“Bill Clinton gets on Arsenio and plays the saxophone, and everyone says he is reaching out,” the civil rights leader said.
If Obama were to get on Arsenio and play the saxophone, he would be dismissed.
Plus, “The Edge of Glory” also incorporates a saxophone solo from Clarence Clemons, who died in June after suffering a stroke.
Paul Winter played the saxophone and Melissa Leo, the actress, read texts written by Petit himself.
The flirtation with Weld is seemingly over, and Bill plays Hillary both “Happy Birthday” and “Hail to the Chief” on the saxophone.
He mends the plumbing, tunes the piano, types—off stage—and plays the saxophone.
The sob of the saxophone, still doing jazz, came through the window.
It was tougher for me than learning to play a saxophone is for a boy of ten.
I mentioned the jazzin'-valve—whut some folks calls the saxophone.
No one had ever heard or eaten a saxophone, but we looked it up, and when we found out what it was, we made a rush for him.
1851, from French saxophone, named for Antoine Joseph "Adolphe" Sax (1814-1894), Belgian instrument maker who devised it c.1840, + Greek -phonos "voiced, sounding." His father, Charles Joseph (1791-1865) invented the less popular saxhorn (1845). The surname is a spelling variant of Sachs, Sacks, literally "Saxon." Related: Saxophonist.