Caecilia consort - w. de fesch / p. hellendaal

An older instrument generally differs from modern trombones by its smaller, more cylindrically-proportioned bore, and its less-flared bell. The bell section was more resonant (since it did not contain the tuning slide and was loosely stayed rather than firmly braced to itself). These traits produce a "covered, blended sound which was a timbre particularly effective for working with voices,... zincks and crumhorns ", [3] as in an alta capella .


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