Trumpet Discussion Discuss Trumpet Development in the General forums; In general, trumpet forums speak at great length to the development of players, the development of playing styles, etc. Seldom ...
In general, trumpet forums speak at great length to the development of players, the development of playing styles, etc. Seldom do they address the very instrument that we play. "Are piston valves better than rotary valves", "Why rotary valves in the first place", "What brands are modelled on what historic instrument".
http://www.usd.edu/smm/ deals with many of those questions with some mighty fine descriptions and cut-away drawings. Learn what styles of rim there have been over the years (and where they were developed). Dig around...it's a superb and fun place to "surf".
(Yeah, Dizzy's "idea" was predated by about 100 years!)
It is helpful to think about the mental stuff, too.
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Originally Posted by trumpetwise
Re: Trumpet Development
That is a compensating horn no less. Wow.
Originally Posted by Tootsall
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And don't forget that the horn in the top picture had the "Stolzel" valves in which the air flow could go out the bottom of the piston. If you dig around in that site there are even some cross sectional drawings of the different piston and rotary valve types over the years.
Oh... and you know how everyone claims that virtually all of the modern horns were copied from the French Besson? Well, the rim wire rolled into the rim is known as the "French rim" and the modern valve design was invented by Francois Perinet, a Parisian. Seems like we trumpeters actually do have a lot to thank the French for (not counting Adolphe Sax's invention of course)!
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