Egger Alto Sackbut in Eb

$ 4,300.00

RENAISSANCE ALTO SACKBUT IN Eb (a=440)

after Hieronimus Starck, Nuremberg 1670 
Original: Germanisches Nationalmuseum, Nuremberg 
Bore: 10.0/10.0 mm, bell diameter: 94 mm

STANDARD MODEL
Instrument in brass; bell entirely hand hammered; German silver (nickel silver) inner slides, chrome plated; sleeves decorated; garland and bell stay engraved.

HISTORIC MODEL
Instrument in brass; bell entirely hand hammered; brass slides, with chrome plating on request; all tubing except slides and sleeves made from hammered sheet metal with soldered seam according to historical examples; sleeves, garland and bell stay decorated and silver plated; the instrument is burnished by hand according to historical methods before it is polished.

MDC MODEL
Instrument in brass, richly decorated; bell entirely hand hammered; brass slides; all tubing except slides and sleeves made from hammered Nuremberg brass sheet metal with soldered seam according to historical examples; garland hand engraved; sleeves, garland and bell stay decorated and silver plated; flat bell stay riveted; slide stay soldered, hinged on the bass sackbut, all the remaining connections glued; the instrument is burnished by hand according to historical methods before it is polished.

SLOKAR MODEL
The SLOKAR sackbuts, which have been developed together with Branimir Slokar and his Quartett, are designed to enable an easy and frequent change from the modern to the historical instrument. The shape of the bells and the diameters of the tubes are authentic at the essential points. The concept, however, has been altered so that the 3rd slide position corresponds now with the bell rim, as is usual for modern trombones.

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