One of the interested buyers was , a firm which counts lead singer as a partner and managing director. But please allow up to 5 business days for shipping. Please look at our other auctions as I am listing several great pieces. Also, one of the pads does look to have slight damage, although still appears to work- the rest seem very good. We post on Mondays and Tuesdays and any item paid for after the 24 hour period will be dispatched at our convenience. It will also have a 90 day warranty.
Osborne, Alistair 11 February 2003. Please note that auctions may end at any time. The same model, three different years, two different body materials, two different key metals. Which from the serial number 379428, dates from around 1972. Please look at the pictures carefully. A version of the Prestige cornet was also sold as the York Eminence.
Complete with original 926 mouthpiece. Often they rarely get cleaned out and if they do the cleaning can be brutal. On Boosey and Hawkes made instruments this was located in the middle of the main tuning slide and had a tendency to stick. The wood of the instrument has next to no scratches. Please note that none of this damage is likely to deteriorate and will not affect the playing quality of the instrument in any way. A final play test by a qualified performer.
The business, which was particularly known for and music, was eventually inherited by Ralph Hawkes 1898—1950. If you have purchased multiple items from us. Instead it has a main tuning slide trigger. If you require express or guaranteed shipping. In general, it looks to have been well cared for. One such employee in particular, , facilitated the signing of and , and was instrumental in the production of Strauss's Vier letzte Lieder 1948; premièred 1950 and Stravinsky's premièred 1951. Has been checked over and all the slides.
However, Britten humiliated Boosey by preventing him from chairing the music publishing board Boosey had established at Britten's request. This is a professional level'Imperial' model same as a Besson New Standard The instrument has been checked all over but appears to have no serial number, therefore I would presume the bell may have been replaced at some point. You will need to check the compression or buy from a reputable dealer with a return policy. We want you happy and we want you to come back. Long vs Short Receiver All sovereign cornets were supplied with a Denis Wick mouthpiece. To get optimum fit use a Denis Wick made before 1980 of reduce the taper of later mpcs so that they fit properly and mpc and leadpipe tapers are continuous. Posts above assume it's an Edgware but you haven't specifically mentioned this as far as I can see.
Since its launch in 1974, the Sovereign cornet has been the benchmark for all brass band cornets, but it has gone through various models and changes - including a complete redesign in 1984. It does not have the later microbore valves. Boosey realised how valuable Britten was to the company, and agreed to Britten's request to divide the company into instruments and publishing. Higgins, Charlotte 25 November 2003. These instrument were built to last and this one still has plenty of years left in it.
Please check out the Vintage Clarinet Doctor on Facebook! We are also providing a full 12 months guarantee. There are some scratches over the surface of the instrument but nothing of major significance, and nothing that is particularly aesthetically displeasing. We are happy to refund or exchange any unused item or product, providing it is returned within 7 days of purchase, in an unused condition and in its original packaging. As the range developed the 921 lost its ring trigger and the last ones had lever style triggers and a pinky hook instead of a ring. Big, large bore' tone, very good ergonomics and intonation.
Please email for exact cost or with any questions. Certainly sort after by those players who are looking for a quality instrument. Please checkout our outstanding feedback and bid with confidence. International 723 Cornet Besson Prestige 2001- This was developed in consultation with Roger Webster for a video of a masterclass where Roger talks about the development of the Prestige cornet. A final play test by a qualified performer The clarinet has been fully and critically adjusted for good seating. Cleaning of all shafts and key tubes removing old oil.