Antique Home Outdoor Classy Décor Gift Item Solid Copper & Brass Made Old School Orchestra Band Bugle Item No :- BC 03 Weight :- 434 grams (approx) Size: – Length: 11.5 inches, Bell Diameter: 4 inches (approx.) Description: – Historically the bugle was used in the cavalry to relay instructions from officers to soldiers during battle. They were used to assemble the leaders and to give marching orders to the camps. The bigul is one of the simplest brass instruments, having no valves or other pitch-altering devices. All pitch control is done by varying the player’s embouchure. Consequently, the bigul is limited to notes within the harmonic series. Short Product History:- The concept of reducing the brass instrument size without reducing the resonating tube length can be seen in several 19th century models of cornet. Pocket cornets have been constructed since the 1870s, used in marching bands. Note: Colors May Slightly Vary Or May Not, From What You See On Your Monitor With The Actual Piece. This May Be Because Of Monitor Resolution Or Picture Tube Variances. The Image Shown Is Shot From The Master Piece And We Always Ensure We Send You The Exact Shown Colored Product With The Same Workmanship And Prints. Products With Dyeing Work May Have Slight Color Variations Because Of Manual Dyeing Process. Workmanship and Prints. Products With Dyeing Work May Have Slight Color Variations Because Of Manual Dyeing Process.
- Crafted with care, by articents and craftsman.
- Adding modern value.
- Manufactured & crafted by Global Art World
- Care Instructions : Wipe the product with clean and dry cloth.