E♭ piccolo. Nominal pitch: D♭.
Photo by Raymond Parks © The University of Edinburgh
Early 20th Century
Technical description: Cocus; 2 sections; german silver keys; 4 german silver ferrules; metal-work rough-cut; large oval embouchure-hole; metal-lined head; screw-stopper; , Boehm 1847 system fingering except for L0: B(TT); BrB♭. Keymount type: rod/pillar, on plates screwed to body (except keys for L0, R4); needle springs except for L0 keys (leaf). Keyhead type: cylinder cup. Stamped "A.H. LANGLOIS / MANUFACTURER / LONDON". Repair History: One ferrule is a replacement.
Government Allocation to the University, 1991.
C.H. Brackenbury Memorial Collection
Miscellaneous sections of transverse flutes (piccolos)
Piccolo / Flageolet. Nominal pitch: C.