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Late 17th century German (Nuremberg) Natural trumpet at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York

Late 17th century German (Nuremberg) Natural trumpet at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York

1790 German (Dettingen) Natural trumpet in D at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York - From the curators' comments: "The instrument follows the Nuremberg tradition of trumpet making with its structural setup and decoration of cast brass putti of angels, embossed and engraved ferrules and garlands, glass stones, et cetera. Toward the end of the eighteenth century, Nuremberg lost its former significance, and trumpet making shifted to other places."

1790 German (Dettingen) Natural trumpet in D at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York - From the curators' comments: "The instrument follows the Nuremberg tradition of trumpet making with its structural setup and decoration of cast brass putti of angels, embossed and engraved ferrules and garlands, glass stones, et cetera. Toward the end of the eighteenth century, Nuremberg lost its former significance, and trumpet making shifted to other places."

NMM 7160. Natural trumpet in D by Johann Leonhard Ehe III, Imperial City of Nuremberg, ca. 1750.

NMM 7160. Natural trumpet in D by Johann Leonhard Ehe III, Imperial City of Nuremberg, ca. 1750.

NMM 3601.  Natural trumpet by Johann Wilhelm Haas, Imperial City of Nuremberg, ca. 1710-1720

NMM 3601. Natural trumpet by Johann Wilhelm Haas, Imperial City of Nuremberg, ca. 1710-1720

NMM 10782. Natural trumpet in E-flat by Johann Carl Kodisch, Imperial City of Nuremberg, ca. 1700.

NMM 10782. Natural trumpet in E-flat by Johann Carl Kodisch, Imperial City of Nuremberg, ca. 1700.

Piccolo Trumpet in High B-flat made by Kurt Scherzer (1977, Germany). Metal. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, USA

Piccolo Trumpet in High B-flat made by Kurt Scherzer (1977, Germany). Metal. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, USA

Pietro Railich: Lute (2008.3) | Heilbrunn Timeline of Art History | The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Pietro Railich: Lute (2008.3) | Heilbrunn Timeline of Art History | The Metropolitan Museum of Art

A flageolet is a woodwind musical instrument and a member of the fipple flute family. Its invention is ascribed to the 16th century Sieur Juvigny in 1581. It is a very easy instrument to play and the tone is soft and gentle. It has a range of about two octaves.

A flageolet is a woodwind musical instrument and a member of the fipple flute family. Its invention is ascribed to the 16th century Sieur Juvigny in 1581. It is a very easy instrument to play and the tone is soft and gentle. It has a range of about two octaves.

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