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Keyed bugle in B flat. Copper body with brass keys and ferrules. Six keys mounted on short saddles,with flat, round flaps, three with felt pads. No bell garland, but a small plaque is attached to the bell with the embossed inscription: IMPROVED & MADE BY/CHAs..PACE & SONS/8 St. JOHN STREET/WESTMINSTER

Details

keyed bugle
2004.1177
Musical Instruments

1 item (description level: whole)

423.213-71
Broad category
Musical Instruments, Aerophone
Additional names, titles, or classifications
catalogue name:  keyed bugle
object name:  keyed bugle
object name (AAT):  bugle
catalogue title:  423.213-71
display title:  423.213 labrosones with fingerholes with wider conical bore

Additional maker information
Pace & Son
Place
London, England, UK; Europe
Additional place information
London 
Date made
circa 1860
Additional date information
circa 1860 

Materials & techniques
copper; copper alloy; felt; steel
Additional material & technique information
material: copper alloy (keys, ferrules)
material: copper (overall)
material: felt (pads)
material: steel (springs, bell rim & screws)
Measurements
overall: 450 mm x 190 mm
Additional measurement information
overall: 450 mm x 190 mm

Acquisition supported by the National Lottery through the Heritage Lottery Fund
Boosey & Hawkes Collection


Related places
London
Related subjects
object name (AAT): keyed bugles
object name (old): bugles
object name: keyed bugles
classified as: 423.213 Labrosones with fingerholes with (wider) conical bore

Record created 2003-12-17 by JCORT
Record last updated 2018-02-21 by ANACTORIA

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