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1saxofón masculinesaxófono masculinebefore noun saxophone player — saxofonista
- He began his career playing the saxophone in a jazz orchestra.
- A jazz musician is walking down the street and sees another musician playing the saxophone on a street corner.
- It features a steady high-hat and snare rattles like a slow motion whirlpool; there are also beautiful electric piano accents and a smoky saxophone.
- The music picked up the tempo and overhead a saxophone played sweet jazz.
- Guitars, flutes, trombones, saxophones and clarinets all combine to play back up to her vocals.
- The band excels at combining stripped-down electric beats and synths with more organic elements, such as piano, acoustic guitar, and saxophone.
- You also mentioned once that you were thinking of recording a solo album entirely based around your saxophone and flutes.
- It's always performed by big bands, with trumpets, trombones and saxophones, sometimes with flutes, and always with Cuban percussion - the congas, bongos and timbales.
- But jazz quartets can be varied with a trumpet or a saxophone or even a flute or clarinet.
- Later, his high school bandleader was awestruck by his ability to improvise on the saxophone.
- His post-bop records in recent years show his versatility in playing tenor, soprano, baritone and alto saxophones, and his concert will surely be among the more stimulating at the festival.
- Ginger was also a proud member of the band, though she played alto saxophone and she enjoyed jazz and Christian rock.
- The instrumentation of the military band is similar to that of the symphony orchestra, minus the strings, but with the addition of cornets and saxophones, and a multiplicity of flutes and clarinets of various sizes.
- A man of many talents, Roger was an accomplished jazz musician, playing soprano saxophone and clarinet with his Blue Notes band.
- The saxophone was not a popular instrument in jazz - it was a secondary instrument.
- Mandolins, vibraphones, live and processed drums, saxophones, and flutes all coalesce together into a simple, transparent atmosphere.
- It sounds like a saxophone, or maybe a harmonica, or even bagpipes.
- I didn't see the point in getting another degree, so I stayed in Boston playing saxophone in Jazz groups and making paintings in my studio.
- The music is awkward and unbalanced, a melange of cello, saxophone, piano and intermittent percussion.
- Scott is also an accomplished musician, playing the saxophone and winning two gold medals in violin.
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