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The Tromba da caccia is also known as the Reiche instrument. The bell of this instrument was copied in the flare area after the Corno da Caccia by Johann Wilhelm Haas, Nuremberg in 1688, from the Trumpet Museum in Bad Säckingen. The remaining bore measurements are computer-simulated according to the well-known portrait of Johann Gottfried Reiche, which Elias Gottlob Haußmann painted around 1726.
In the construction of this instrument, largely traditional handcrafting techniques are used. All pipes incl. bell are soldered from hammered brass sheet and have a solder seam. The application of such handcrafting methods brings an approximation to the original instruments in terms of musical-acoustic behavior, in particular the timbre. The garland is engraved, the braces are decorated according to the Haas instrument, the instrument is polished by hand according to historical methods.
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