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Tenor valve trombone Maker: Adolphe (Antoine Joseph) Sax (Belgian, Dinant, Belgium 1814–1894 Paris) Date: ca. 1863 Geography: Paris, France Culture: French

Tenor valve trombone Maker: Adolphe (Antoine Joseph) Sax (Belgian, Dinant, Belgium 1814–1894 Paris) Date: ca. 1863 Geography: Paris, France Culture: French

Harmonicor  Date:    late 19th century  Geography:    France?  Medium:    brass  Classification:    Aerophone-Free Reed  Credit Line:    The Crosby Brown Collection of Musical Instruments, 1889

Harmonicor Date: late 19th century Geography: France? Medium: brass Classification: Aerophone-Free Reed Credit Line: The Crosby Brown Collection of Musical Instruments, 1889

Cor omnitonique   Maker: Attributed to Charles Joseph Sax (Belgian, Dinant, Belgium 1790–1865 Paris)  Date: 1833  Geography: Brussels, Belgium

Cor omnitonique Maker: Attributed to Charles Joseph Sax (Belgian, Dinant, Belgium 1790–1865 Paris) Date: 1833 Geography: Brussels, Belgium

Trombone

Trombone

Tenor trombone (buccin)  about 1830 Jean Baptiste Tabard (1779–1845)  Object Place: Lyon, France

Tenor trombone (buccin) about 1830 Jean Baptiste Tabard (1779–1845) Object Place: Lyon, France

Trompette à pistons, Adolphe Sax

Trompette à pistons, Adolphe Sax

Marching Band Trombone by Fraser Davidson for Cub Studio

Marching Band Trombone

Marching Band Trombone by Fraser Davidson for Cub Studio

Cornet-trompe in D, ca. 1862 [attributed to Alphonse (Antoine) Sax]. This unusually wound hunting horn was designed to be more easily handled than the traditional large and unwieldy hooped horn used in the field to signal to members of the hunting party. Its ergonomic form enables it to be tucked snugly under the arm against the player’s body for safe and convenient carrying. - Metropolitan Museum of Art

Cornet-trompe in D, ca. 1862 [attributed to Alphonse (Antoine) Sax]. This unusually wound hunting horn was designed to be more easily handled than the traditional large and unwieldy hooped horn used in the field to signal to members of the hunting party. Its ergonomic form enables it to be tucked snugly under the arm against the player’s body for safe and convenient carrying. - Metropolitan Museum of Art

Tenor trombone. Nominal pitch: B♭. - Detail - Ermes

Tenor trombone. Nominal pitch: B♭. - Detail - Ermes

Buccin  1830, France  The Museum of Fine Arts, Boston

Buccin 1830, France The Museum of Fine Arts, Boston

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