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Conn-Selmer launches new Yanagisawa website

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May, 28 2010 ELKHART INDIANA - Yanagisawa Wind Instrument is a Japanese saxophone manufacturer known for their professional grade saxophones. A family company, which began in 1896, became widely known for their T3 silver-plated tenor saxophone in 1954. Since this time Yanagisawa has become known for the high quality of craftsmanship and materials used on their saxophones.

“I am so pleased to give Yanagisawa the exposure they deserve on the World Wide Web, and it is my hope that this website will help saxophonists become better acquainted with the Yanagisawa instruments,” says Michael Holmes, Director of Marketing for Saxophones at Conn-Selmer. The new website provides information about all of the different saxophones, necks, and mouthpieces Yanagisawa manufactures, as well as information about the wonderful Yanagisawa artists in North America. “We are simultaneously launching a Facebook Fanpage and Twitter account for the Yanagisawa saxophones,” Michael states.
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