Marching French horn lyre (lacquer)

Conn
£ £10.00
Ref: 691
  • Suggested uses: marching French horn, convertible tuba (US marching band)*
  • Stem length: 8 in. (approx. 3 in. bend)
  • Lacquered brass finish
  • Single sprung lever
  • Distributed by Conn-Selmer USA (C.G. Conn branded)

* A marching French horn is a B-flat instrument with forward-facing bell used in US marching bands; a 'convertible' tuba has an adjustable leadpipe and valve block that rotates, allowing it to be played either on the shoulder with the bell forward-facing, or as a regular concert model.

Also available:
691N nickel

The ‘lyre’ is a small sheet music holder used by brass band and marching band musicians to hold printed parts whilst ‘on the march’. Many brass instruments are equipped with a ‘lyre box’ with a tension screw to grip the lyre stem. For instruments without one, lyre boxes may be retrofitted (detachable or permanent) or a detachable lyre used (e.g. bell lyre). The stem may be bent to suit the player and most are a universal size to fit the majority of instruments.

Limited stock: this is a discontinued line.

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