basket
Your shopping basket contains 0 item
Total £0.00
To my shopping basket
France
France
fr en
België
België
fr en nl
Portugal
Portugal
pt en
Algérie
Algérie
fr en
United Kingdom
United Kingdom
en
Luxembourg
Luxembourg
fr en
Italia
Italia
it en
Morocco
Morocco
fr en
Deutschland
Deutschland
de en
Schweiz
Schweiz
Österreich
Österreich
de en
Tunisia
Tunisia
fr en
Nederland
Nederland
nl en
España
España
es en
United States
United States
en

The history of keilwerth

THE CROSSING OF CULTURES THAT IS THE HEART OF JAZZ MUSIC IS EVIDENT IN THE SOUNDS CREATED BY KEILWERTH SAXOPHONES. WITH A RANGE OF EXPRESSION FROM WARM AND MELTING TONES TO THE HIGHEST AND MOST PENETRATING NOTES, ALL THE ENERGY FROM GENERATIONS OF INFLUENTIAL MUSICIANS IS WHAT WILL EMERGE.

Although founded and pioneered by the musicians and in the music halls of Europe, the Keilwerth Saxophone emerged on the World market in the latter part of the 20th century due in no small part to the American Jazz Musicians who embraced the brand for the freedom it gave them in creating their own voice. Through the years, musicians in every style of music have relied on Keilwerth Saxophones for their bold and distinctive sound, durability, and consistent performance.

The strong influence of artists such as Dave Liebman, James Moody, Nick Brignola, Ernie Watts, and Kirk Whalum, among many others has made the world aware of the “Keilwerth Sound” and continues to reach musicians throughout the world.

Always very close to jazz musicians and constantly involving them in research and development for the brand, Julius Keilwerth has enhanced and expanded to include the full range of saxophone models from the soprano to the bass.

selected criteria
keilwerth