Sopranosackbut - Classical model

Pitched in B-flat (a=465 or 440 Hz) Classical sopranotrombone After Johann Georg Eschenbach, Neukirchen (Bohemia) (1796). Original in the museum of the University, Leipzig.
(inventory number 1880). Suitable for music of the classical period.
Pitched in B-flat (a=440 Hz) with tuningslide for a=430 Hz.

The different instruments after Eschenbach are together a good harmonious choir of trombones.
Suitable for (church)music of the period of Haydn and Mozart, etc.

 

Altosackbut - Renaissance model

After Hanns Hainlein, Nürnberg (1652).
Original in a private collection. Small, funnelshaped bell;
this gives the instrument a round and well mixing sound.
Pitched in E-flat or F (a=465 or 440 Hz)

Altosackbut - Baroque model
After Hiëronymus Starck, Nürnberg (1670).
Original in the Germanisches National Museum in Nürnberg.
Shape and also sound more trumpet-like as above mentioned model.
Pitched in E-flat or F (a=465, 440 or 415 Hz)
Altosackbut - Classical model

After Johann Georg Eschenbach, original in the possession of
the University of Leipzig. (Inventory number 1890)
Pitched in E-flat (a=440) with tuningslide for a=430 Hzz

The different instruments after Eschenbach are together a good harmonious choir
of trombones. Suitable for (church)music of the period of Haydn and Mozart, etc.

Tenorsackbut - Renaissance model
After Antoni Drewelwecz, Nürnberg (1595).
The original is in the Germanisches National Museum in Neuremberg.
Pitched in B-flat (a=465 or 440 Hz)
Tenorsackbut - Renaissance/Baroque model
After Sebastian Hainlein, Nürnberg (1630).
Original in possession of the Historisches Museum, Frankfurt am Main.
Pitched in B-flat (a=440 or 415Hz)
Tenorsackbut - Classical model

After Johann Georg Eschenbach, original in the possession of the University of Leipzig. (Inventory number 1899)
Pitched in B-flat (a=440 Hz) with tuningslide for a=430Hz

The different instruments after Eschenbach are together a good harmonious choir
of trombones. Suitable for (church)music of the period of Haydn and Mozart, etc.

Basssackbut - Renaissance model
After Isaac Ehe, Nürnberg (1612).
Original in the Germanisches National Museum in Nürnberg.
Provided with a second slide, which can also be used for tuning.
The sound is round and mixable with other instruments en voices.
Pitched in E-flat (tuneable to D) or F (tuneable to E and E-flat) a=465 or 440 Hz)
Basssackbut - Renaissance/Baroque model
After Wolf Birckholz, Nürnberg (1650).
Original in possession of the University in Leipzig. (inventory number 1910).
Straight form, without tuningslide. Therefore easy to play.
Pitched in F (a=440 or 415Hz)
Basssackbut - Classical model

After Johann Georg Eschenbach, based on parts of an original in the possession of
the University of Leipzig. (Inventory number 1911)
Pitched in F (a=440 Hz) with tuningslide for a=430 Hz.

The different instruments after Eschenbach are together a good harmonious choir of trombones.
Suitable for (church)music of the period of Haydn and Mozart, etc.

Extra's

   
Pitches   Other pitches are possible if desired. To tune the instruments without tuningslides, bits in all measurements are available.
Tortil   It is also possible to order a so-called "tortil". That is a crook between bell-part and slide to lower the pitch. For a half-tone (from a=440 to 415 Hz), or a fourth or a fifth.
Mouthpieces   Mouthpieces, based on originals, can be made to measure.
See 'mouthpieces'
Gold-, and silverplating   Gold-, and silverplating on request.
 
 
 
 
 
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