The Baritone saxophone takes over the lowest voice in classical big-band scores, frequently doubling the voice of the first Alto saxophone. It is more than twice as long as the Alto and has a characteristic looping moutphiece tube. In the lower range it can sound very prominent and create a “smacking” or “slapping” sound. The musician for all the instruments, Robert Bernhard, plays in illustrious circles. His experience in orchestral music is as profound as his improvisations in jazz, funk and blues. He has captured all the nuances of the Selmer Mark VI series instruments (reissues of the famous vintage saxes of the Sixties) – from sensitive to aggressive, from whispering to screaming, exploiting the full dynamic range of these instruments.