Antique & Unusual Instruments
A collection of clarinets from Eb soprano to Double BBb Contra
Clarinet Family including Eb, Bb, A soprano, Eb alto and Bb bass
Eb contra, Bb contra, Double Bb contra
Contra Bass clarinet
Contrabassoon with Low 'A' extension
Adolphe Saxes original instruments straight Bb soprano, Eb alto, Bb tenor and Eb baritone.
Soprillo Sax - the world's smallest saxophone.The soprillo is the world's smallest "piccolo" saxophone, measuring only 12" (30cm) in height (13" including the mouthpiece) and sounding a full octave above the soprano saxophone.
A collection of interesting saxophones from sopranino to bass including straight version of the alto and tenor and also a slide saxophone, saxello, strich and conn-o-sax with the bulb bell similar to an english horn or bass oboe.
The new straight alto & tenor saxophones played by the great Joe Lovano
The Conn-O-Sax was introduced by Conn in the fall of 1928 as "something new". This instrument is a cross between a sax and the old heckelphone, or baritone oboe. Built in the key of F, the Conn-O-Sax had a natural key range from low A up to high G! Unfortunately, the instrument never really caught on and many unsold instruments were either destroyed in the factory or used as vechicles for teaching repair to novice employees!
a sub-contra bass sax made for publicity. Another below by Conn Co.
This is a rare Eppleshein Tubax
Eb contrabass saxophone. 1 octave below baritone saxophone. It has 3 automatic octave keys. Same fingering as any modern saxophone.
THE AULOS)AuloChrome)!! TWO SOPRANO SAXES FUSED AND CONJOINED!!!
A collection of flutes
Cahusac ivory flute, 1 key, from about 1770
conical flute in cocuswood by “Bellissent a Paris”. probably middle 1800's
HYPERBASS FLUTE!! LOWER THAN THE OCTOCONTRABASS FLUTE!!
A pocket trumpet
A slide trumpet
A rotary valve cornet in Eb
An unusual 6 valve trombone
4 Valve Rotary Flugelhorn
Double Belled Euphonium by Conn
Helicon clear bore valve by Joseph Higham of Manchester England 1842
Arthur Sprinz 6 valve Tuba 1899
Cor Solo horn
Vocal horn 1862 played with a French horn mouthpiece
Baritone horn 1865