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The melancholy strains of Joel Versavaud's baritone saxophone rise tentatively from the Emile Bustani Auditorium.
Audience members will hear sounds of the soprano, alto, tenor and baritone saxophones, plus the rarely heard bass sax.
Tony plays the soprano and alto horns, but he has become something of an in-demand specialist on the baritone saxophone.
Alan plays clarinet and alto and baritone saxophone and David keeps rolling bass lines going with the left hand, whilst playing soaring improvisations in the right.
Kohlhase chimed in with some guttural growls on baritone saxophone as Fewell used a violin bow on his guitar strings for some ethereal effects.
This summer Russell Grant invited her to perform on the bassoon, clarinet, flute, alto tenor and baritone saxophones in his new musical Bliss.
This has gradually metamorphosed into the current 20-piece Jools Holland And His Rhythm & Blues Orchestra which consists of pianist, organist, drummer, three female vocals, guitar, bass guitar, two tenor saxophones, two alto saxophones, baritone saxophone, three trumpets, and four trombones.
With Jools's brother, Christopher, on the organ, and Gilson Lavis, the drummer who has been with him ever since the Squeeze days (and who does one of the best drum solos I've heard in a long time), there were three female vocalists, guitars, bass, two tenor saxophones, two alto saxophones, baritone saxophone, three trumpets, and four trombones.