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Description Jay C. Easton an the sax family:from largest to smallest contrabass, bass, baritone, tenor, C melody, alto, F mezzo-soprano, soprano, C soprano, sopranino.
Date 6 August 2005(2005-08-06)
Source http://www.jayeaston.com/galleries/sax_family/sax_p_sax_family.html
Author Adrienne Easton
Permission
(Reusing this file)

The photo is copyrighted but allows free use if credit is given to the photographer and my website, http://www.jayeaston.com/.

Also, spiffing up the contrast/cropping is fine by me - anything to make the horns look good!

You have my permission (under the same terms) to use photos of my Tubax, mezzo-soprano, curved sopranino, straight tenor, straight baritone, contrabass, and/or bass saxes if any of them would be helpful to you.

Many of these are not on my site yet, but will be within the next several days. (I'm working on a site update with some new content.)

All the best,

Jay
www.jayeaston.com

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  • 14:49, 21 September 2006 SaxTeacher (Talk | contribs | block) 401×529 75 KB Image provided by Jay C. Easton. In his comments Mr. Easton gives permission for use in Wikipedia, and permission to edit/"spiff up" the image. I have cropped the image so that it shows the saxophones and Easton but not so much background. This will make
  • 21:25, 6 August 2005 Reisio (Talk | contribs | block) 550×698 100 KB adjust levels to original upload's look
  • 20:57, 6 August 2005 Reisio (Talk | contribs | block) 550×698 109 KB original size
  • 20:31, 6 August 2005 Badagnani (Talk | contribs | block) 288×369 94 KB Smaller version of photo of nearly the entire saxophone family of instruments, from the Jay C. Easton official website. Easton has given full permission to upload this photo to the "Saxophone" article on Wikipedia.
  • 20:30, 6 August 2005 Badagnani (Talk | contribs | block) 288×369 94 KB Smaller version of photo of nearly the entire saxophone family of instruments, from the Jay C. Easton official website. Easton has given full permission to upload this photo to the "Saxophone" article on Wikipedia.
  • 0:28, 6 August 2005 Badagnani (Talk | contribs | block) 460×589 178 KB Photo of nearly the entire saxophone family of instruments, from the Jay C. Easton official website. Easton has given full permission to upload this photo to the "Saxophone" article on Wikipedia.

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