Dating bach trumpet mouthpieces
Too difficult to have custom work done at the factory.
If you like a 5C and want a 5E for your piccolo, you're out of luck! I play a Bach 7CFL on the Flugelhorn and this piece produces a nice tone (a bit brighter then some other pieces with deeper cups) and the best range of a standard flugelhorn mouthpiece I've found.
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W., London) Advertised as a Ballad horn, but the fact that it is probably an F instrument and uses a "French" horn mouthpiece and has a smaller 6.5" bell, these attributes place it in the Vocal horn camp. The bell inscription reads: Exposition Universelle De Paris 1900 Hors Concours Membre Du Jury Couesnon & Cie Fournisseurs de L Armee 94 Rue D Angouleme Paris Chateau-Thierry French cornet is inscribed Medaille de Ire Classe Exposition Universelle 1855 Medaille Londres 1862 Exposition Universille Paris 1867 Medaille d Houneur En Argent Antoine Courtois and Mille Mille Sr Facteur Du Conservatoire National 88 Rue Des Marais St Martin Paris 1lr Prix Grand Medaille D Or Exposition De Moscoj 1872 and Medaille D or Paris 1878 Number under cap 3XI 13279 Vocabell original condition, but with the wrong finger buttons.
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The bell of the instrument measures 11" in diameter.
Many pros use the larger sizes (1C, 1-1/2C and 3C)but it's very difficult to switch cup depths for various keyed horns.
Vocal horns are essentially tenor horns pitched in F that use a "French" horn mouthpiece. Note the Art Deco styling for the period (1930s): rimless bell, stylized spit valves, geometric valve casings, elaborate engraving, heavy gold-tone lacquer finish.
It measures 24.5" across from the end of the mouthpiece to the farthest edge of the bell. full-sized (4/4 size) instrument is nickel-plated, and features three piston valves.
If one mouthpiece gets you more high notes it will also be the mouthpiece that gives you more problems in the lower register as well as possibly limiting your flexibility in all ranges.
Whether you are playing a trumpet, cornet, flugelhorn, tuba or any other brass instrument, the function of the instruments mouthpiece is exactly the same.