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Have you ever considered your dog's paws? Whenever a baritone saxophone, or tuba for that matter, is introduced into an improvising scene, I think about my dog's forepaws. While you have hands with fingers designed for intricate work attached to your arms, a dog has these blunt clubs. I always considered the baritone saxophone to be in the same blunt category. That is, until I was introduced to the music of Colin Stetson, Mats Gustafsson and now g a b ...