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#beginquote# Once he learns one he can play the others. most school s furnish the tenor and bari and some proably furnish the soprano. All saxes use the same fingerings, so if you learn one moving from one to the other is not hard. Some pros do play all of them on different jobs. There are some differences in the embouchure for soprano than the others. I have found the alto, tenor, and bari to be very similar as far as embouchure. The soprano does require a firmer, more clarinet like embouchure in my experience. #endquote#
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