Kenneth KTS-301 Tenor SaxophoneRegular price 24,000.00 ฿ Save Liquid error (product-template line 120): Computation results in '-Infinity'%
– High F# Mechanism
– Front F Auxiliary Key
– Adjustable Thumb Rest
– Key Buttons: Polyester Pads from Germany
– Pad and Spring from Pisoni Italy
– Body: Brass, Laquered
– Ligature: Brass, Laquered
– Key Buttons: ABS, White pearl
– Mouthpiece cap: Brass, Laquered
– Key: Bb
2 Years Local Warranty
The tenor saxophone uses a larger mouthpiece, reed, and ligature than the alto and soprano saxophones. Visually, it is easily distinguished by the bend in its neck, or its crook, near the mouthpiece.
The tenor saxophone is commonly used in classical music (such as concert bands, chamber music, and solo repertoire), military bands, marching bands, and jazz (such as big bands, jazz combos, etc.). It is occasionally included in pieces written for symphony orchestra; three examples of this are Ravel’s Boléro, Prokofiev’s suite from Lieutenant Kijé, and Webern’s Quartet for violin, clarinet, tenor saxophone, and piano. In concert bands, the tenor plays mostly a supporting role, sometimes sharing parts with the euphonium, horn, and trombone. In jazz ensembles, the tenor plays a more prominent role, often sharing parts or harmonies with the alto saxophone.