Renaissance slide trumpet

The slide trumpet is one of the earliest brass instruments of the Renaissance and is used, for example, as Tromba di tirarsi parts in the Alta Cappella. The concept of our Renaissance slide trumpet is a reconstruction based on an altarpiece by Hans Memling, c. 1490, on which 3 trumpet-playing angels are depicted.

  • Key in D 466 Hz (equivalent to Eb 440 Hz)
  • All pipes incl. slide are made of soldered tube, with stockings
  • Instrument in brass
  • Hand hammered bell
  • Specifically for this instrument we offer the mouthpiece RB-1 made according to the original from soldered sheet metal

Body Renaissance slide trumpet

Half-tone crook – optional

Whole tone crook – optional

1-1/2-tone crook – optional

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