The sopranino saxophone is one of the smallest members of the saxophone family. It is tuned in the key of E♭, and sounds an octave higher than the alto saxophone.
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The sopranino saxophone has a sweet sound and although it is one of the least common of the saxophones in regular use today, it is still being produced by several of the major musical manufacturing companies. Due to their small size, sopraninos are not usually curved like other saxophones. Orsi, however, does make curved sopranino saxophones.
Being the highest representative of the original saxophone family, the sopranino sax is notable for its “juicy” and expressive sound, reminiscent of the sonority of the E♭ clarinet, but with a more tender tone.
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This SOPR500 Artist Series Sopranino Saxophone includes the following features: