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The aulochrome is a new woodwind instrument invented by Belgian François Louis in 2001. It consists of two soprano saxophones that can be played either separately or together. The name comes from Greek aulos (name of the most important ancient Greek instrument) and chrome (for chromatic and colored). The first user of this instrument was saxophonist Fabrizio Cassol.
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