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Discussion in 'Trumpet Discussion' started by chapmand, Sep 16, 2013.
well.... the order is in...
i will know more in a few weeks.
Congrats, I am sure you will be very happy with it.
I am sure the weeks cannot go fast enough.
Wow, not a bad player in the whole band!
What a way to keep production costs down.
Cylindrical piston valves called Perinet valves (after their inventor François Perinet) are used to change the length of tube in the playing of most brass instruments, particularly the trumpet-like members of the family (cornet, flugelhorn, saxhorn, etc.).
Other brass instruments use rotary valves, notably the orchestral horns and many tuba models, but also a number of rotary-valved variants of those brass instruments which more commonly employ piston valves.
The first piston-valved musical instruments were developed just after the start of the 19th century. The Stölzel valve (invented by Heinrich Stölzel in 1814) was an early variety. In the mid 19th century the Vienna valve was an improved design. However most professional musicians preferred rotary valves for quicker, more reliable action, until better designs of piston valves were mass manufactured towards the end of the 19th century.
Are you sure? Just look at how many James Morrisons were employed to make this! Unless most of them are android clones without the rights to payment the original has.
here's another fella with a similiar idea.... just brass and voice... and some cool trumpetss
"...All played by one man .... and a drummer"
Well .............. all played by one man then?
Similar design, an octave down: