The first CD dedicated
to the Soprillo

Soprillogy CD

now available from Saxtet Publications

Getting high on the world's smallest saxophone!


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28th June 2006
alsax says:
I think the soprillo is very cool, and very high pitched but I kind of liked because is a real interesting saxophone, I play Alto saxophone and Baritone saxophone
21st June 2006
Christopher Morales says:
Hey Nigel howya doing? I was wondering is it true that you should be a professional in order to really play ther soprillo because i heard it was a very difficult instrument. I am a soprano Sax Player and i was interested in getting one of these
Nigel says:
What is true is that the soprillo is difficult to play - by anyone, professional or otherwise. That shouldn't stop you getting one, just be forewarned that it isn't as simple as like playing a soprano with closer key work!
15th June 2006
Chris Swep says:
the soprillo looks like a fun and unique istument to play I am trying to get one as soon as posible but I am limited by my wallet seeing how I\'m under age and cannot get a job , but I\'m saving
13th June 2006
Chris Swep says:
i noticed how small the mouth piece and reed is so when I need a new reed where do I go?
Nigel says:
Try vandoren sopranino reeds. Most woodwind shops will carry these.
10th June 2006
John Scott says:
Wonderful and informative web site.I used information from that site its great.
2nd June 2006
John Weinstein says:
Cool!.. Nice work...
2nd June 2006
David Smith says:
I have been looking for sites like this for a long time. Thank you!
1st June 2006
Michael Brown says:
You have an outstanding good and well structured site. I enjoyed browsing through it.
20th May 2006
Vito the Sax says:
Grandissimo! Anche se sono italiano, e non capisci quello che scrivo, il solo fatto che possiedi un soprillo ti rende unico! by an Italian Saxophonist.
16th May 2006
Ross Blakiston says:
Couldn't believe it! Sounds like a violin - I love it. Could be doubling from tenor to soprillo!!!

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