Coltrane's Sax Joins Smithsonian Jazz CollectionBreaking News
tags: Smithsonian, museums, jazz, John Coltrane
One of John Coltrane's tenor saxophones is joining the jazz collection at the Smithsonian.
Coltrane's son, musician Ravi Coltrane, donated one of his father's three principal tenor saxophones to the National Museum of American History on Wednesday. It's a Selmer Mark VI tenor sax made in Paris about 1965....
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