Based on the painting of Hans Memlinc (1433-1494).
The painted organ-doors are in possession of the Antwerp Museum of Fine Arts.
Pitched in D or F (a=440 or 465 Hz).
Decorated as on the organ doors on request.
Silver- and goldplating is possible. Also available without extra decorations.
Straight trumpet - Renaissance model

After Lissandro Milanese, Genua (1589).
Reconstruction of an original found in a shipwreck of about 1600.
Especially useable for music of Fantini and Monteverdi
Pitched in D (a=465, 440 or 415 Hz)

Straight trumpet - Baroque model (showmodel)
After Johann Leonard Ehe, Nürnberg (1746).
Original is on out of a set of three instruments, from the collection of the Germanisches National Museum
at Nürnberg.(inventory number MI217)
For the "difficult" trumpet music of the baroque period, because its easy speaking and
flexible "clarino-register".
Pitched in D, and with a crook, in C (a=415 or 440 Hz)
Straight trumpet - Baroque model with original decorations
It is possible to build this instrument decorated as the original (see picture),
or as the highly decorated Haas-type instruments with angelheads, spiral garnishes and cast ball.
(see picture below and Baroque model 1)
Straight trumpet- Classical model

After C.F.Riedel, Dresden-Neustadt (1752).
Replica after an instrument from the collection of the University, Leipzig.
(inventory number 1801)
Useable for the orchestra-parts of the classical period, because of its also easy speaking bottom notes.
Pitched in D, or C (a=430 Hz)

Trumpet in circular wound form, based on different examples.
It has a slightly conical bore, to give it flexibility (easy bending)
and an equal tuning over the whole range. Very usable for the parts by Bach etc.
Pitched in D (or C) (a=440 or 415 Hz)
Keyed trumpet
Based on an instrument made by Joseph Ignaz Meindl (± 1830), now in the possesion of
the University of Leipzig (inventory number 1836).
This copy has four keys for the right hand and is tuned to the key of E-flat
(especcialy usable for the trumpet concerto of Haydn).
An E crook is available.
In that case it is nessecary to give it a fifth key (the third from the bell rim), to make
the instrument usable for the concertos of Hummel etc.
  • On request an hole can be made, to make it possible to play the 11th and 13th natural in tune, without bending.
  • All other pitches on request. Also tuning bits and different crooks can be ordered.
  • Mouthpieces, based on original examples, can be made at desired measurements. See 'mouthpieces'


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