adjective see saxophone

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  • saxophonic — saxophone ► NOUN ▪ a member of a family of metal wind instruments with a reed like a clarinet, used especially in jazz and dance music. DERIVATIVES saxophonic adjective saxophonist noun. ORIGIN named after the Belgian instrument maker Adolphe Sax …   English terms dictionary

  • saxophonic — adjective see saxophone * * * saxophonic / fonˈik/ adjective • • • Main Entry: ↑saxophone …   Useful english dictionary

  • saxophonic — sax·o·phon·ic …   English syllables

  • London Saxophonic — is a saxophone (with piano, bass guitar, and percussion) ensemble begun by Gareth Brady, Will Gregory and Simon Haram, while they were studying at the Guildhall School of Music and Drama. They made their debut in 1997 on Atlantic Records with Sax …   Wikipedia

  • saxophone — saxophonic /sak seuh fon ik/, adj. saxophonist, n. /sak seuh fohn /, n. a musical wind instrument consisting of a conical, usually brass tube with keys or valves and a mouthpiece with one reed. [1850 55; Sax (see SAXHORN) + O + PHONE] * * *… …   Universalium

  • Dave Koz — For the tennis television personality, see David Kozlowski. Dave Koz Background information Born March 27, 1963 (1963 03 27) (age 48) …   Wikipedia

  • Dave Koz — Chartplatzierungen Erklärung der Daten Alben Dave Koz   US 128 23.03.1991 …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Moondog — This article is about the American born avant garde composer. For other uses, see Moondog (disambiguation). Moondog Background information Birth name Louis Thomas Hardin Born May 26 …   Wikipedia

  • David Roach (saxophonist) — David Roach Born 1955 (age 55–56) Genres Classical music Occupations Musician Instruments Saxophone Years active …   Wikipedia

  • saxophone — noun Etymology: French, from Antoine Sax died 1894 Belgian instrument maker + French phone Date: 1851 one of a group of single reed woodwind instruments ranging from soprano to bass and characterized by a conical metal tube and finger keys •… …   New Collegiate Dictionary

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