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Resources and Links

North American Saxophone Alliance (NASA)
The North American Saxophone Alliance is an organization made up of individuals who share a common interest in the saxophone. Members include professional performers, university professors, public school teachers, students of all levels, and others who have an interest in the saxophone. In addition to the Alliance’s emphasis on disseminating information concerning the saxophone, the organization also works to provide opportunities for its members to make music, fostering fellowship among saxophone enthusiasts of all ages and backgrounds.
History and development of the saxophone; virtual saxophone museum; active community and forum section; large resources page
SH WoodwindsExcellent saxophone site by Stephen Howard, author of the Haynes Saxophone Manual
Sax on the Web
Large saxophone forum and marketplace; every subject imaginable!
Woodwind.orgComprehensive saxophone fingering charts including alternate fingerings, trills, and altissimo. Many other woodwind fingering charts as well, for all you doublers out there. describes themselves as the “Mecca of Saxes” and it’s not an understatement.They have a truly comprehensive website and saxophone forum backed up by a 5000 square foot store chock full of every saxophone product you could ever want. If you can’t make it to London or Sussex, England they offer worldwide shipping.
Classical Saxophone Project
Created in 2007 and incorporated in 2012 as “Classical Saxophone Project”, their mission is devoted to promoting awareness of the saxophone and its classical repertory. The project strives to enhance the status of the instrument through performances, recordings, and education.
New and vintage saxophones, saxophone accessories, and repairs. They’re located in St. Louis, Missouri, USA. In adition to their retail and repair services, they are home to the Saxquest Saxophone Museum., free and open to the public. There is a virtual tour at their website.
Best Saxophone Website Ever
(That’s their name, not a judgement call) Articles, technique, tips, etc. Predominantly jazz oriented but chock full of useful articles about the sax and sax technique. Lots of equipment reviews.
Informative Euro-centric website in Spanish (translated versions available) with many saxophone themed articles and videos, user forums, calendar of saxophone related events, and a retail shop.

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