"The "Son of Slant" for soprano and tenor sax is definitely the best large-chamber mouthpiece currently on the market: the timbre is reminiscent of the old glories of the past but with more projection and complexity. In addition, it's an extremely versatile mouthpiece with which you can play anything (from classical to jazz); that perfectly meets my needs as far as I'm a very eclectic musician."
David Brutti started the saxophone at the Music School of Foligno (Italy) at the age of 15 and got his soloist diploma at the age of 20. Afterwards, attended some masterclasses with J. M. Londeix that changed completely his musical concepts. J. M. Londeix encouraged him to continue his studies at the "Conservatoire de Bordeaux" (France) with Marie Bernadette Charrier where he got the golden medal in saxophone. He also got a Master diploma of chamber music at the "Accademia Pianistica Internazionale - Imola" after de guidance of Pier-Narciso Masi. Learn more on Davids Site
Listen to sample cuts from Davids new album with Brilliant Classic on his "Son of Slant" Large Chamber Soprano
Charles Koechlin - Sonatine N°1 op. 193 -II-
Charles Koechlin - Sonatine N°1 op. 193 -IV-
David Brutti - Playing Rollover Baritone .125"
A video sent in to us by Drake Artist David Brutti of Italy. Below is the translated monologue from Italian / English that was cropped from the beginning of this video. He is playing the Drake Contemporary Rollover Mouthpiece. Thanks David
"Hello everyone, I'm David Brutti, I am an Aaron Drake artist. I am here to test this mouthpiece. It is the "Roll Over" model for baritone saxophone, opening 125. I think that is a very good product and has an excellent balance between the volume of sound, projection and control." - David Brutti