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 +'''Antoine-Joseph 'Adolphe' Sax''' ([[November 6]], [[1814]] – [[February 4]], [[1894]]) was a [[Belgium|Belgian]] [[musical instrument]] designer and [[musician]] ([[clarinetist]]), best known for inventing the [[saxophone]].
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Antoine-Joseph 'Adolphe' Sax (November 6, 1814February 4, 1894) was a Belgian musical instrument designer and musician (clarinetist), best known for inventing the saxophone.




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