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Checklist of
Bell-Front, Circular, and Upright Top-Action,
String-Operated Rotary Valve Instruments in
The Joe R. and Joella F. Utley Collection of Brass Instruments

(in chronological order)


Bauer, Julius & Co.
Fiske, Isaac
Glier, Ernst Ferdinand
Kaempf, Reinhard A.
Seefeldt, William
Slater, Moses
Stewart, Robb
Stratton, John Franklin

NMM 6858. Cornet in E-flat by John Franklin Stratton, New York City, ca. 1859-1864.

NMM 6820. Circular cornet in B-flat by Ernst Ferdinand Glier, Cochecton, New York, ca. 1860.

NMM 6946. Cornet in B-flat by William Seefeldt, Philadelphia, ca. 1860.

NMM 7023. Cornet in B-flat/C, with quick-change to A/B, attributed to New England, ca. 1860.

NMM 6850. Soprano saxhorn in E-flat, after 1865.

NMM 6853. Cornet in E-flat by Isaac Fiske, Worcester, Massachusetts, ca. 1870-1886.

NMM 6819. Cornet in E-flat by Moses Slater, New York City, ca. 18741888.

NMM 6822. Cornet in B-flat by Julius Bauer & Co., Chicago or New York, ca. 18751880.

NMM 7216. Alto horn in E-flat by Reinhard A. Kaempf, New York, ca. 1878-1885.

NMM 6855. Circular cornet in E-flat by Robb Stewart, North Hollywood, California, 1986.

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