Renaissance natural trumpet in D after Nagel

After Michael Nagel, Nuremberg 1657

Original in the Kunsthistorisches Museum Vienna

The bore is modelled after the trumpet by Michael Nagel from the collection of historical musical instruments at the Kunsthistorisches Museum Vienna; Ball and decoration are designed after the Vasa instrument by Michael Nagel, Stockholm.

  • Key in D (440 Hz) or D (415 Hz)
  • By means of extension pins and crooks, the keys of D (415 Hz, only with the higher basic tuning), C (440 Hz) and C (415 Hz) are possible.
  • The bell is hammered by hand to 0.3 mm extra thin to be able to reproduce the historical sound as best as possible

Body natural trumpet


Half tone pin – optional

Whole-tone crook – optional

1-1/2-tone crook – optional

Tuning bit No. 1 – optional

38 mm, for approx. 10 cents

Tuning bit No. 2 – optional

55 mm, for approx. 20 cent

Tuning bit No. 3 – optional

75 mm, for approx. 40 cents

Extension bit No. 4 – optional

Length: 95 mm

Extension bit No. 5 – optional

Length: 115 mm

Extension bit No. 6 – optional

Length: 129 mm

Extension bit No. 7 – optional

Length: 145 mm

Extra crook with 1 hole and screw – optional

Slide part – optional

Slide exchanger – optional

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