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Michael Jackson has tenor, Janet has soprano.

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Janet Jackson is more of a soprano. However, she can sing alto as well.


alto, alto is lower than soprano


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It is a 1st alto -to a 1st saprano range


from highest to lowest: first saprano second saprano first alto second alto first tenor (almost always male) second tenor (almost always male) base (always male)



Some soprano saxophones are curved like an alto sax, but smaller. Others are straight like a clarinet.


originally, yes tenor is male. but I was told that yes there is female tenors, just not alot like saprano, 2nd saprano, and alto. I was considered an alto last year, but after being assigned a solo, my director said i was more of a tenor than a alto, due to the fact that my solo was originally a tenor solo. I'm the only girl in my group that is a female tenor, so they are not many of us in choirs.


For alto sax, it's: C, G#, G, G#, G, F, D, C, Bb, C


The tenor saxophone sounds in Bb when playing in C (it goes a whole step lower). The alto saxophone sounds in Eb when playing in C (going 4.5 steps lower).Therefore, transpose the notes UP 3 steps to go from tenor sax music to alto sax music.Each sax is tuned 3 steps below the one above it or 3 steps higher from the one below it (from saprano to alto, alto to tenor, tenor to bari)


Michael Macoul was born on January 23, 1967, in Palo Alto, California, USA.


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The alto saxophone and the saprano saxophone are about the same size which is 2-3 feet. The tenor saxophone is around 3 to 3 1/2 feet. Finally, the baritone saxophone is about 5 feet. I'm not entirely sure about there sizes i play three of the four (alto tenor and baritone) and the baritone is a few inches below my chin and my chin is at 5' 2''


There are ten different kinds of saxaphones. From the smallest to the biggest, they are:Saprillo, Soprano, Mezzo Soprano, Sopranino, Alto, Tenor, Baritone, Tubax, Bass, and Contrabass. Though the Tubax saxophone is just a small, more compressed version of the Bass saxophone, and the Sapranino is just a curved version of the Saprano. The Saprano and Saprillo are straight, instead of curved at the mouthpiece and bell like the other kinds of saxaphones. The most commonly played saxaphones are the Alto and Tenor, and the least commonly played are the Bass, Tubax, Contrabass, Saprillo, and Sapranino. The Alto, Tenor, and Baritone saxaphones are the most common for a Jazz, Rock, or classical band or orchestra. The Alto and the Tenor saxaphones usually play the solos though. Most saxes are made from metals like bronze silver and gold, but very few saxaphones are actually made from bamboo, but have a very different tone quality than the metal saxaphones.


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Yes, it was. I believe it was Published on June 29th in 2007. Hope this helps you, MRA


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I believe Monica Is an alto 1 :) highest alto part ;)



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