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Saxophone

The saxophone was invented by the Belgian Adolf Sachs in 1846, and is the most recent addition to the family of woodwind instruments.
Produces a full and strong tone with color that is evened out through the registers, and is occasionally used in symphony orchestras.
The saxophone is the easiest to play of all woodwind instruments.

Saxophones are categorized as follows: soprano saxophone, alto saxophone, tenor saxophone, and baritone saxophone.