Summary: The introduction of the saxophone into the classical idioms of the Middle East and North Africa is not a new phenomenon.
What does SAX stand for?
SAX stands for Saxophone
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We have 22 other meanings of SAX in our Acronym Attic
- South African War Virtual Library (website)
- Sallallahu Alayhi Wa Sallam (Arabic: May Allah Honor Him and Grant Him Peace)
- South African Women for Women (est. 1996; Toronto, Ontario, Canada)
- South Asia Women's Watch
- State Average Weekly Wage
- Surrey Area Weekend Walkers (England, UK)
- Sacramento Area Water Works Association
- Semi Arid Wheat Yield Trial
- Salut, Amor i Xarxa (Catalan: Health, Love and Networking)
- Satellite per Astronomia X (Italian X-ray astronomy satellite)
- Short Axis (echocardiography)
- Simple API for XML
- Slovakian Stock Exchange
- Structure of an XML (Extensible Markup Language)
- Symbolic Aggregate Approximation (visual data investigation)
- Spastic Ataxia, Autosomal Dominant
- Subclavian/Axillary Artery to Coronary Artery Bypass
- Small Angle X-Ray Diffraction (biophysics)
- Springfield Armory eXtreme Duty (pistol)
- Sexual Antagonism and X Inactivation
Samples in periodicals archive:
A TOP saxophone player who has worked with some of the world's biggest names gave pupils a day to remember.
Jen Hewitt, a post graduate student from Huddersfield University and local saxophone teacher, set up the Honley Saxophone Choir over two years ago to provide ensemble playing opportunities for her students.
Byline: SAMUEL HAMILTON RENOWNED songwriter Guy Chambers has revealed Robbie Williams once vowed to kill him over a saxophone solo.
Theo Wanne has spent most of his life and most of his life's fortune searching for the perfect saxophone mouthpiece.
Michael Holmes, saxophone Wednesday, Room 163 Visiting saxophonist J.
When I heard him I knew the saxophone was going to be my instrument.
Byline: Maggie Cotton National Saxophone choir CBSO Centre ***** If anything can be said to have a 'WOW' factor, then massed saxophones fit the bill, especially when presented with imagination and musicality by The National Saxophone Choir, amassed from far and wide.