The images in this slide show were featured in a show at the Nashville Jazz Workshop in the fall of 2014. Half of the show presented images of my baritone saxophone that has been in my possession for over four decades. It was made around 1930. I purchased it in the late 1960s from a musician in Washington, DC, who was a friend of the family. I like the textures of the machined parts and the way light reflects from the surfaces. Saxophones like cameras and photography are indeed a product of the industrial age. However, music and images are timeless.
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