Slide and valve trumpet. Nominal pitch: F etc.
Place MadeEurope; Western Europe; France; Paris
Date MadeCirca 1884
DescriptionTechnical description: Brass; bell with gusset and wired rim. Windway runs shank/crook receiver - 1 - 2 - descending slide - ascending slide - main tuning-slide - bell.Slide can be used for slide trumpet technique, or fixed in position with a removable locking device to act as a crooking means. Inner slides with white metal stockings. Outer slide with transverse bar as handle. With finger hook for R3 or R4; with water-key on slide bow. Valve type: 3 Périnet valves, bottom-sprung, alignment by key on piston engaging with channel in casing interior.
NotesArnold Myers (bore measurements, description) 15.6.19.
Measurementsfrom plane of bell to tuning-slide bow 528; bell 123.
Provenanceex- Bruno Kampmann Collection 19.; on loan to the Collection.