Perinet-Trumpet in Low G/F/E/Eb/D/C/Bb

Original invention trumpet and perinet valve trumpet as a set: Hochschule der Künste Bern,
instruments after Antoine Courtois 1856

Original slide trumpet: Hochschule der Künste Bern,
instrument after Antoine Courtois ca. 1850


Models

 

Standard
Made from drawn tubes, entirely hand hammered.
MCM
Alloy similar to those found on French, romantic brass instruments. Historic sound and playing characteristics.

The instruments cannot be played without an extension respectively crook.

All crooks suitable for invention trumpet, valve trumpet as well as slide trumpet.

Rent per month: 3% of value, price depending on scope of delivery


 

Perinet valve trumpet

courtois perinet


Perinet valve trumpet
Component Part MCM Standard

Corpus

CHF 5.750,- CHF 4.840,-
The instrument cannot be played without an extension respectively crook!
Please notice the table below.

 

Invention trumpet

courtois invention


Invention trumpet
Component Part MCM Standard

Corpus

CHF 3.490,- CHF 2.690,-
The instrument cannot be played without an extension respectively crook!
Please notice the table below.

 

Slide trumpet


Slide trumpet
Component Part MCM Standard

Corpus

CHF 3.410,- CHF 2.850,-
The instrument cannot be played without an extension respectively crook!
Please notice the table below.

 

Extensions and Crooks


Extensions and Crooks
Component Part MCM Standard

Extensions

       
Extensions for G 440, G 430 à CHF 230,- CHF 160,-

Crooks

       
F 440, F 430 à CHF 550,- CHF 420,-
E 440, E 430 à CHF 570,- CHF 440,-
Eb 440, Eb 430 à CHF 570,- CHF 440,-
D 440, D 430 à CHF 590,- CHF 460,-
C 440, C 430 à CHF 650,- CHF 510,-
B-Coupler CHF 590,- CHF 460,-

 

MOUTHPIECE FOR ROMANTIC TRUMPETS

original: Antoine Courtois, Paris, ca. 1860
collection Bruno Kampmann, Paris

MOUTHPIECE FOR ROMANTIC TRUMPETS
ModelCup Ø mmRim Ø mmBore Ø mmLength
in mm
Shape
of rim
brass
CHF
Silver plated
CHF

ROC-3

18,7 27,1 4,2 90 slightly rounded 170,- 200,-

As part of our Courtois F piston/invention trumpet project, we have developed this copy of a Paresian mouthpiece by Antoine Courtois, ca. 1860, from the collection of Bruno Kampmann in Paris. With a big, full sound and great flexibility, it is well-matched to all Romantic French trumpets and is well-suited to playing in both high and low registers.

 

April 2015