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Schediphone ~ https://www.pinterest.com/lardyfatboy/ ~

Schediphone ~ https://www.pinterest.com/lardyfatboy/ ~

this guy takes old brass instruments and turns them into players for ipods and ipads! TOTALLY WIRELESS. literally the coolest thing ever.

this guy takes old brass instruments and turns them into players for ipods and ipads! TOTALLY WIRELESS. literally the coolest thing ever.

D-Hoch - B/A - Trompete mit Drehventilen

D-Hoch - B/A - Trompete mit Drehventilen

Beirut

Beirut

Clavicor or Bombardino in Eb (ca 1850)

Clavicor or Bombardino in Eb (ca 1850)

Over The Shoulder Bass Saxhorn in Eb (Robb Stewart 2001)

Over The Shoulder Bass Saxhorn in Eb (Robb Stewart 2001)

D-Hoch - B/A - Trompete mit Drehventilen

D-Hoch - B/A - Trompete mit Drehventilen

Bohland & Fuchs Schediphon c.1905

Bohland & Fuchs Schediphon c.1905

Sheryl Crow.

Sheryl Crow.

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The #trumpet, new motive for musicians and jazz for t-shirts … #spreadshirt  all: www.promusicianslist.com

The #trumpet, new motive for musicians and jazz for t-shirts … #spreadshirt all: www.promusicianslist.com

Lyre (rotte, after 5th to 7th-century German type)

Lyre (rotte, after 5th to 7th-century German type)

R. Worischek Flü-B K 16

R. Worischek Flü-B K 16

fiddledeedee................

fiddledeedee................

piano

piano

1825 French Serpent Forveille in B-flat at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York - From the curators' comments: "The serpent, a wide bass brass horn with finger holes that evolved at the end of the sixteenth century, gained importance in band music during the second half of the eighteenth century. Thenceforth, the serpent's unwieldy shape was either modified or converted to upright forms."

1825 French Serpent Forveille in B-flat at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York - From the curators' comments: "The serpent, a wide bass brass horn with finger holes that evolved at the end of the sixteenth century, gained importance in band music during the second half of the eighteenth century. Thenceforth, the serpent's unwieldy shape was either modified or converted to upright forms."