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Here's a beautiful example of a 1960s Couesnon Flugel, arguably the most popular and desirable flugel horn. The Getzen Company �Where the Musician Comes First " producing the very best in quality brass instruments, using the hands of American craftsmen. Quite a nice playing bass with a solid focused sound, typical bach response and some nice slotting partials. I'm not sure what year this one dates from, but my guess is the 1970s. Hold a magnet near the brass piece and see if it's magnetically attracted to the brass.

Pages: 24

Publisher: Hal Leonard (January 1, 1997)

ISBN: 0793568854

Features include a 9.5" one-piece hand-hammered yellow brass bell, brass outer slide tubes, seamless chrome-plated nickel silver inner slide tubes, nickel silver slide handgrips, tubular nickel silver body braces, Bach 1.5G mouthpiece (can be swapped for any in-stock Bach mouthpiece of similar cost at no additional charge) and a model 1845 fabric covered wood shell case. .. Very mindset-changing that guy was, about having no highest/lowest note on brass instruments Re: Highest note possible on Trombones, Trumpets and Tubas, and so 22:23 on Saturday, January 17, 2004 That`s the first time I`ve heard that as an assumption...although I`ve read the old "arban" books where he talks about "proper range" or some such thing , e.g. Musical instruments made by Carlo Giuseppe Testoro have gained such fame over the years that to this day musicians prefer Testoro made instruments. He was a renowned maker of musical instruments from the late 17th century to the early 18th century and specialized in making violas, double bass, violins and cellos pdf. This prototype was built by Steve Shires for himself and has some interesting specs , e.g. SOLD Here's the real deal, the Mt Vernon 50B bass trombone. This one is in great shape, and has new slide tubes with incredible action , source: Circa 1949, Reynolds redesigned their entire trombone line , source: Medium bore trombones are good for stress levels, they help trombonists relax. It's an M series serial number, late 1960s, Conn 79H... which is a 78H with a rotary valve Very fast passages and large leaps are not advisable. Logical melodic lines help the player to pitch notes accurately. harmony parts, i.e. the 1st and 3rd horns are given the top two harmonies and the 2nd and 4th horns the lower two , cited: One midsummer's night, in a little village in the French alps, a natural horn ensemble had gathered for the fête de la musique. Their scales and chords had half-sharpened fourths and sixths. However, after they had played for an hour or so, the natural harmonies on these natural horns started to sound pretty natural to me ref.:

There is no separate number for Bass Trombone, but it can generally be assumed that if there are multiple Trombone parts, the lowest part can/should be performed on Bass Trombone. Titles listed in our catalog without bracketed numbers are assumed to use "Standard Instrumentation." Suitable for larger theatre orchestras and for symphony performances. Key of Bb, .509″ medium bore, 7-1/2″ one-piece yellow brass bell, open gooseneck, chrome-plated nickel silver seamless inner slide, lightweight nickel silver outer slide, nickel silver handgrip, tubular nickel silver body braces, genuine Vincent Bach mouthpiece, deluxe wood shell case ref.: Along with trumpeters, trombonists in German city-states were even occasionally employed as civil officials , source: Trombones come in three main sizes: alto, tenor and bass. The tenor is the standard instrument and features in most brass sections ref.:
The 103 features the Alexander 6 port thumb valve, making the horn totally unique and unlike a kruspe or geyer wrap instrument online. Earl Williams made custom trombones by hand from the late 1920s up until his passing in the early 1970s. The most desirable horns, like this one, come from his 1960s period in Burbank Atkinson makes all of his parts in house, rotor valves, slides, pipes, bells etc and finishes each on with his small staff. This particular horn is about 3 years old and was used professionally by one of the top hornists here in LA Instrument is in good condition apart from lacquer scratching throughout. Used Benge 165F Bb/F Tenor Trombone in lacquer. .547" bore hand slide, closed wrap rotor attachment, 8.5" rose brass bell flare. Instrument is in good condition apart from lacquer wear throughout and minor dings in tuning slide and bell flare , cited: If the magnet doesn’t magnetically cling to the object, it’s brass. If the magnet does magnetically cling to the object, it’s likely that the “brass” piece is really a piece of iron or steel, covered with a brass coating. [1] Determine if the piece you want to clean should be cleaned. Some brass objects are not meant to be bright, and therefore, any efforts to clean the piece might actually diminish its worth ref.: Price is REDUCED $650 with case This trombone was setup specifically for me. I had the slide built by Shires special order with tuning in the slide and with real bronze outer tubes (not gold brass) and a Conn 88H connector. The bell section was a really nice playing early engraving 1R (soldered rim, red brass) bell flare I had at the shop. The valve section is from an Elkhart Conn 88H Shortly after the opening it does have a passage which goes down to pedal F, and is marked fortissimo possible. Some are played in treble and few in tenor, but most of them are in bass
One difference between the better brands and the poor ones is the quality of materials. I had a student who bought a clarinet stamped with �made in �, from JC Penney; although it sounded basically like a clarinet should, we soon found that the keys were bending under normal use.� As the one-time owner of an Amati trumpet I found that the tuning slide tubes were not parallel and that the body would dent at the slightest impact.� You may find softer metals that dent more easily than they should, lacquer that scratches or peels easily, or weak solder joints that break , e.g. The .525" bore slide makes it a little bit less work than playing a .547" tenor, but using the large shank leadpipe gives a very similar sound. This horn is in very good condition with only a few spots of lacquer wear on the slide It appears that Grinnell Brothers was a Detroit music store chain known for making good upright pianos - in the mid-1970s most of the practice room pianos were Grinnells at Michigan State University. To the best of Don's knowledge, however, Grinnell Brothers never produced their own trombones online. Sometimes strings are simply listed as "str," which means 44322 strings. The second example is common for a concert band or wind ensemble piece , cited: A byproduct of this is the relatively few motions needed to move between notes in the higher ranges of the trombone. In the lower range, significant movement of the slide is required between positions, which becomes more exaggerated on lower pitched trombones, but for higher notes the player need only use the first four positions of the slide since the partials are closer together, allowing higher notes in alternate positions This euphonium is in like new condition and has the original case. $800 REDUCED The Stomvi Master Bb piccolo trumpet is the top of the line professional piccolo from Stomvi Brass in Spain. This one is the titanium model, featuring titanium valve caps. It has two interchangeable bell flares, one of gold plated brass and the other solid sterling silver. It has 4 valves, additional leadpipe to A and accepts a cornet shank mouthpiece The slide is used to vary the fundamental notes upon which the overtones are based, and there are 7 positions of the slide. The lowest notes in normal use are the second partial, so in each position notes are available as in example (*). It is quite agile, though slide movements can become awkward lower down where a player has to jump quickly from a note where the slide is fully extended to (7th position) to one where the slide is fully retracted (1st position), as the low notes are only available in 7th position. (Higher notes are available with various alternative slide positions) Some trombones have an F trigger which solve this problem by allowing an alternative slide position for the low notes , source: The larger bell is not the most popular but I don't mind it on this chassis. In great shape, some lacquer wear on the neck pipe and valve caps

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