How much is a baritone saxophone cost?
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|This item Yamaha YBS-62 Professional Baritone Saxophone||Performance Level Eb Baritone Saxophone, JBS1100SG|
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|Instrument Key||A||E Flat|
What is the range of a baritone saxophone?
C2 to A4
It is a transposing instrument in the key of E♭, pitched an octave plus a major sixth lower than written. It is one octave lower than the alto saxophone. Modern baritones with a low A key and high F♯ key have a range from C2 to A4. As with all saxophones, its music is written in treble clef.
What is the smallest saxophone?
The sopranissimo saxophone (also known as the piccolo or soprillo saxophone) is the smallest member of the saxophone family. It is pitched in B♭, one octave above the soprano saxophone.
How do you play low A on bari sax?
However, only the baritone saxophone has a low A. To sound a low A, use the fingering for low C and then press the low A key situated below the thumb of the left hand.
How heavy is A baritone saxophone with case?
How Much Saxophones Weigh By Type
|Type Of Saxophone**||No Case – Weight in Pounds (kg)||With Case – Weight in Pounds (kg)*|
|Baritone Saxophone (Bari Sax)||11 lb 1 oz (5 kg)||26 lb 6 oz (12 kg)|
|Bass Saxophone||24 lb (10.8 kg)||(Research in progress)|
|Contrabass Saxophone||45 lb (20 kg)||(Research in progress)|
How much does a baritone saxophone cost?
The baritone saxophones are seemingly the most expensive. It is realized that the cost of a baritone saxophone can start at a price point of around five thousand six hundred dollars. The high end price point of the baritone saxophone is set at around nine thousand dollars at this present time.
What is the best tenor saxophone?
Yamaha. Yamaha doesn’t require much of an introduction.
Where to buy used saxophones?
Sax appeal today is universal, and the instrument is used by artists in a wide variety of musical genres, anything from rock and pop to chamber and choral. Click through the following gallery and
Frequency Range of Vocals and Musical Instruments Approximate Frequency Range Vocal Top Soprano 250 Hz–1KHz Contralto 200 Hz–700 Hz Baritone 110 Hz–425 Hz Bass 80 Hz–350 Hz Woodwind Top Piccolo 630 Hz–5KHz Flute 250 Hz–2.5KHz Oboe 250 Hz–1.5KHz Clarinet (B flat or A) 125 Hz–2KHz Clarinet (E flat) 200 Hz–2KHz Bass Clarinet 75