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Discussion in 'Trumpet Discussion' started by Honkie, Jul 22, 2014.
No offence taken... don't worry.
I have a Kuhlohorn made by A.C. Glier in 1895. In comparison to my favorite Flugel, an english Besson ca. 1920, the Glier has a slightly brighter sound, and blows a little easier in the upper register. It also draws more attention at performances.
The fact that you have a Kuhlohorn in OK shows that these things can get quite far... I've got a Glier Kuhlohorn as well, probably same period, same characteristics... but we're quite a few miles apart...
But all you need to do (or had to do) is explain to your audience that it's a Kuhlohorn - remember they caint spell it and it sounds, well, COOL!