The saxophone, also called saxophone, saxophone, and saxophone, is a woodwind instrument, but the tube body is usually made of brass, so that the saxophone also has the characteristics of a brass instrument, which also leads to the return of This category has confused many people. Since the sound production principle of the saxophone is the same as that of the clarinet,real dolls which also uses a single reed, it is classified as a woodwind instrument. The saxophone is also a transposing instrument. The common tones are E♭ and B♭, as well as C and F. The alto saxophone is well known for its pipe-like appearance.

Due to its structural characteristics, it has the delicacy and flexibility of woodwind instruments and the large volume and explosive power of brass instruments, and has developed playing skills between brass and woodwinds. The saxophone has a wide range, and the instrument usually offers a range from B flat to F or F sharp two octaves higher, which can be expanded through skill. Compared with other woodwind instruments, the timbre of the saxophone is flexible, making it easy for saxophonists to develop a personal timbre that is different from others. Generally speaking, the saxophone is an instrument with high flexibility and low constraints.Lebensgroße Sexpuppen Sometimes it gives people the impression of being too self-expressive and not restrained enough. This is one of the reasons why the saxophone appears relatively rarely in classical music and is more popular in jazz or rock music.

The famous French composer Hector Berlioz once described the saxophone as: "Sometimes solemn and calm, sometimes dreamy and melancholy; sometimes it is as imperceptible as the breeze in the forest, and sometimes it is like leaving a mysterious sound after the sound of a bell. Shake.”

The saxophone was invented by Belgian Adolf Sax in 1840. Adolf was a keen instrument maker, specializing in clarinet and flute playing.Anime Sexpuppen His original idea was to design a bass instrument for orchestras that was more flexible than the Ophicleide and could be adapted to outdoor performances. He combined and improved the mouthpiece of the bass clarinet with the body of the Orpheus Clyde horn, and named this new instrument after himself.

In 1841 the first bass C saxophone was exhibited to the public in Brussels. Some say that the saxophone was maliciously kicked and could not be exhibited, while others say that it was displayed under a curtain to prevent plagiarism.
In 1844, Adolf's friend Berlioz, who was very influential in the Paris musician circle, admired the saxophone very much and introduced this "modified open-hole tuba" at La Revue et gazette musicale on March 13. On June 12th, he once again wrote an article in La Journal des Débats to promote Saxophone to the world.Mini Sex Dolls
Later, Adolf was jointly attacked by his competitors, and the saxophone was boycotted and not widely used. At that time, composers mostly adopted a cautious approach and rarely incorporated the saxophone into the orchestra. It is said that the saxophone was once exported abroad with its trademark removed, and was later imported anonymously into France. In 1845, the French Military Ministry planned to improve the outdated military band. Under Adolf's recommendation, a competition between Adolf's band and the traditional band led by Carafa was held on April 22 at the Champ de Mars in Paris. The winner was decided by the audience. What was dramatic was that several musicians supporting Adolf were absent that day. Adolf filled in the gaps and played two saxophones alternately. The new band's musical effect was completely better than that of the traditional band, and the audience completely turned to Adolf's side.Cosplay Sexpuppen So the saxophone first emerged in the military band.
On March 21, 1846, the saxophone family received a French patent.
In 1927, French classical saxophonist Marcel Mule established the first saxophone quartet.
After 1910, jazz emerged in the United States, and the saxophone played an indispensable role in it.