Hi. Pete, here. I’ve completely rewritten these Yanagisawa pages. You can see what I’ve got so far HERE. I’ve also posted some updates to the Yanagisawa serial number charts. I also have a Forum topic where I talk about my current … Continue reading
Howdy. I’m Pete, one of the founders of the Woodwind Forum (WF). Ed shifted primary ownership of this website to Gandalfe (Jim) and me in March (or so) 2014. However, this particular portion of the WF had been offline since … Continue reading
You’ve found the woodwindforum.com’s front page! Poke around and you will find diverse content about woodwind instruments. We also have a Vintage Ads Gallery and one of the best resources (if we do say so ourselves) about Yanagisawa Saxophones. Our … Continue reading
On the twelfth day of Christmas my true love gave to me Twelve New York Meyers Eleven Charlie Parkers Ten Zoots a-drinking Nine brown box Rico’s Eight reeds adjusting Seven ligs a loosening Six tunes a changing Five vintage horns … Continue reading
I had the opportunity to review a new CD by Tim Price and Sue Terry. It’s a great free improv collection. You can read the review in the Reviews Section.
I recently had the opportunity to try out the new Selmer La Voix Alto and Tenor from my local music store. These horns are replacement models in Selmer USA\’s intermediate line. See the Reviews Section for the complete review.
Make that about 150 vintage ads in our Vintage Ad Gallery. You’ll find a nice selection of ads for clarinets, saxophones, flutes, and even bassoon.
We’ve added a vintage ads gallery. I’ve collected just under 100 cool vintage ads and other pieces of interesting documents pertaining to many of the great old and present names of the saxophone world. Buescher, Conn, Martin, Brilhart, Selmer, and … Continue reading
I completed an interview this last week with Chicago based tenor saxophonist and educator Greg Fishman. Look for it in the next week or so on [link] and here. Greg’s a great player and has a new book out called … Continue reading
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