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Berkeley Concertino Natural Horn 5 Set tuning Pipe(A, G, F, Eb.D +1/2Tone Slide)
Berkeley Concertino Natural Horn 5 Set tuning Pipe(A, G, F, Eb.D +1/2Tone Slide)
Berkeley Concertino Natural Horn 5 Set tuning Pipe(A, G, F, Eb.D +1/2Tone Slide)
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Berkeley Concertino Natural Horn 6 Key Set tuning Pipe(A, G, F, E, Eb. and D)















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Natural Horn



        Natural horn is the valve-less predecessor of the modern horn. Valve-less brass instruments are restricted to the notes of the overtone series by the laws of acoustics. This meant that the only way to play melodic passages was to play in the extreme upper register. Eventually, horn players devised methods to overcome this obstacle and play melodically in what we have come to think of as their most characteristic range. They achieved this by inserting their right hands into the bell and shading the open notes. This technique relied upon the players ability to match the tone quality of the closed and open notes as much as possible, and is the reason we still use our right hands in the bell of the modern horn to control both tone quality and pitch. This technique worked well for tonal music, with the horn pitched in the key of the piece (i.e.

Concerto in D is written for horn in D), but it had severe limitations in more chromatic music. It was really only practical to make the sound of the closed and open notes match up enough in a very limited (and soft) dynamic range. To change keys a system of removable crooks was developed. A crook is a lead-pipe with enough tubing to make the horn play in a certain key. Later developments moved the crooks to the tuning slide  so that the lead-pipe could remain fixed in place (inventionshorn).
Berkeley have this horn are come with total 6 set of tuning pipe. that is most tuning slide you can get. and you can play in any key you like.













 




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