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Name: sackbut-Nate
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Date Registered: Feb 25, 2004, 10:54AM
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Your trombones: TL;DR TOO MANY.

bass sackbut in F after Ehe 1612 (pretty much always crooked to D), Tomes, London, 1997, with mouthpieces after Schnitzer 1593, N. Wood.

tenor sackbut in A/G by N. Wood after Hanns Geyer, Vienna 1676, in prototyping/development.  Mouthpieces by van der Heide and by Egger after Schnitzer/Accademia Filharmonica, Verona, ca. 1578

Classical bass trombone bell in G/F after Eschenbach, ca. 1790, N. Wood, Putten/Basel 2009 (course with van der Heide)

Slide trumpet in D=466 after 15th-century iconography; bell after the Billingsgate fragments, London, 14th century.
Mouthpieces after Marcian Guitbert 1442 by Egger and N. Wood

Busines after Billingsgate, 14th century

Late-15th-century proto-trombone in G520/F520 (shawm band pitch)

Natural trumpet in D after Hainlein 1632, N. Wood, Bloomington 2007 (in workshop with Robert Barclay et al.).  

2 Flatt trumpets in C after Talbot/Bull/Tomes, N. Wood, Basel, 2011 & 2012

Besson 'Prototype' G bass, ca. 1910.

Small-bore French-style instrument by Vander, Paris, ca. 1920?

German alto trombone, Lätzch, Bremen ca. 1960?
German tenor trombone, J. Wahlich, Zürich, ca. 1940. FOR SALE
German tenor trombone, O. Ullmann, Leipzig, ca. 1910?
German tenor trombone, M. Enders, Mainz, 1938 FOR SALE

German quart trombone, Scherzer, Augsburg, 1950s?
German quart trombone, Conrad Eschenbach, Markneukirchen, 1930s? FOR SALE

Anonymous German/Czech F bass valve trombone

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Pan-American, ca. 1957 (for dixieland), w./ Bach 15Ew mpc.  Can we say, 'Bright'?
Conn 88H (1968 vintage)
Conn 88H (2002 prototype heavy gold brass bell, .547-562 dual bore slide)
Both 88Hs with Giardinelli SYM-T mouthpiece

Olds S-20 bass trombone / Yamaha 59 mpc.
Reynolds "Contempora" bass trombone / Yamaha 59

2 small-bore alto trombones, probably 1970s East German production.

ca. 1910 Conn 'S' (soloist) #1 1/2 (.458) bore tenor trombone (apparently based on the model built for Arthur Pryor)  Awaiting restoration.

2 Eb alto flügelhorns
Bb flügelhorns by Couesnon, 1908 and Ruchet, Lausanne, ???
Anonymous Bb pocket trumpet

Cornetto by Ricardo Simian, Basel
Your real name: Nathaniel Wood
Occupation/School: Studied modern trombone at Oberlin and performance practice at Case-Western Reserve University and the Schola Cantorum Basiliensis.  

Freelance trombonist  and instrumentmaker; currently producing tenor sackbuts after Hanns Geyer, Vienna, 1676, natural trumpets after Nicholas Winkings, London, 18th cent., Medieval trumpets after Billingsgate, and flatt trumpets after Bull/Talbot.  In planning:  alto after Geyer, Vienna, now in Budapest; bass after fragmentary 1590s Schnitzer instruments in Kassel and Ingolstadt; contrabass after Praetorius; natural trumpet after Haas, Nürnberg...

Teacher of low brass, Jugendmusikschule Hochschwarzwald e.V., Titisee-Neustadt, Germany

Musikausbilder, Naturfanfarenzug Teningen (D)

L'alta bellezza.  and Concerto Scirocco./Appearances with Concerto Palatino, Barockorchester La Cetra (Basel), Les Haulz et les Bas (Freiburg), L'Arpa Festante (Münich), I Fideli (Basel), Il Desiderio (Bern), Seattle Baroque, Spiritus Collective.

Gender: Male
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Location: Freiburg, Germany
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Baroque tenor, Baroque bass, Classical bass
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