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3.2 Acknowledgments

The writers in alt.music.saxophone who are quoted. Shooshie for the vibrato, mouthpiece exercise, Ten Steps and circular breathing texts as well as the text on making your own altissimo notes and looking after reeds. Hats off to Shooshie - he virtually wrote the whole FAQ when you add it all up! I have it on good faith that a book is being written.

Riz Hassan (supplied old posts for some sections), Graham Seale (comments on `The Art of Saxophone', reed maintenance, low A notes), Elias Haslanger (Sugal mpc), Mark Allen, Adam Klein, Craig Sylvern, BBB, Mark Sizemore, Robin Hosie, P. Hekman, John Crone, Al Boyarsky, Christopher John Smith, Geoff Chadwick, William Gowers, Brian Gardner, Jason Dumars (tip facing chart, Web links), Michael Barnett, D. Ryan, Jerry Moore, Michel van Assendelft (reed chart and sax pitches), Bob R. Kenyon (maintains the Web site), Jeremy Burke, Miles Osland (Fibracell reeds, mpc patches), Scott Fultz (transcription), Harri Rautiainen (alto sax playing position), Kevin Dolorico (Selmers), Luis Scheker (Selmers and famous setups), Richard Corpolongo (Reed preparation), Laren Addabbo (alternative fingerings), Chris Neal (Reed maintenance), Jonathan Addleman, 'Captain Entropy', Jack Laing (embouchure document, altissimo fingerings), Brad Moffat (address).

Adolphe Sax - 6th November 1814 - 4th February 1894

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