Griesling & Schlott

Biography

Firm of woodwind instrument makers which flourished in Berlin from 1801-1835. Established by Johan Conrad Griessling and B. M. Schlott in 1801, they supplied the Prussian army with wind instruments and were known as the best in their field. Tsar Nicholas I also took an interest and the firm introduced valved brass instruments into Russia. Griessling died in 1835 where after Schlott continued the business independently until after 1841.

Brief biography

instrument makers (1801-1835)

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