In 1844, saxophone was first used in George cairner's opera the last Jewish king, and Berlioz also made an ensemble hymn for Saxophone factory. In 1946, the saxophone invented by Adolf Saxophone won the patent of musical instrument. This established his prominent position in the music industry in Paris and was known as a genius in Europe.
Then Adolf Sachs opened a saxophone manufacturing enterprise in Paris. Adolf Saxophone invented 14 kinds of saxophones of different sizes and shapes. It includes small treble saxophone and large double bass saxophone. The double bass saxophone has a very large bell mouth and can even put a child in it.
In 1851, Adolf Sax obtained a patent for a 24 key metal tube with a hole pitch, which is called "Sax system tube". In 1853, the French army began to use saxophone, making the perfect combination of woodwind and brass.