On this site
- Antigua Winds
- International Woodwind
- P. Mauriat
- Steve Goodson
- North American Saxophone Alliance
- Clarinet and Saxophone Society of Great Britain
- Clarinet and Saxophone Society of Victoria
- Clarinet and Saxophone Society of Western Australia
- Muskoka Saxophone Society
- Sax Society (Thailand)
- Cafe Saxophone
- Sax on the Web
- Saxophone Forum (8Notes)
- Saxophone Forum (saxophone.org)
- Saxophones (Woodwind Forum)
- Sax on the Web by Harri Rautiainen. Go here first. Fantastic site with tons of original articles by true world-class saxophonists. Too many resources to list here. Tons of discussion forums, including some on woodwind doubling.
- To the Stage: Media library sponsored by D’Addario Woodwinds.
- The International Saxophone Home Page by Jason DuMars. Once the best source for saxophone info on the web—now sadly stagnant. The well-worn Saxophone Buyer’s Guide is still worth a look. The links page, now maintained by Skip Spratt, is huge but has lots of outdated links.
- North American Saxophone Alliance The other NASA. Much of the formerly freely-available content is now available only to members.
- The Sax Shed by Skip Spratt. Tons of pedagogical resources for the jazz saxophonist.
- Saxgourmet by Steve Goodson. Articles and more.
- Online Saxophone Lessons by Ryan Fraser. Some of the best are on embouchure and vibrato.
- Frequently Asked Questions from rec.music.makers.saxophone and alt.music.saxophone. Fantastic.
- Introduction to Saxophone Acoustics by Dr. Joe Wolfe. A scientific look at the workings of the saxophone.
- Saxophone Topics by Dr. Steven C. Stusek. Materials for the college-level saxophonist.
- Indiana University Saxophone Studio See the repertoire list.
- Tips for Saxophone by Dr Brian R. Utley. Classically-oriented articles, some with video clips.
- Saxophone Repertoire Studied at the Lawrence Conservatory by Prof. Steven Jordheim. Categorized repertoire list.
- Articles from the Australian Clarinet and Saxophone Magazine By experts from around the world.
- Saxophone Interviews and Articles by Mel Martin. Jazz stuff.