Flugelhorn - Arturo Sandoval model by Holton LeBlanc
John Augustus Köhler (British, London ca. 1810– 1878 London). Cornet (Trumpet) in B-flat, ca. 1849. Brass, silver-plated. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. Purchase, Amati Gifts, 2002 (2002.189a–f). #MetMusic
Jupiter 5050 Quantum Series Marching F Mellophone Lacquer
SELMER THE LAST FLUGELHORN.
Cimbasso -- valve contrabass trombone Whoa! I can't even imagine the air it takes to blow this thing.
Bb cornet (Robb Stewart 1988) - Over-the-shoulder configuration
CIMBASSO The cimbasso is a brass instrument in the trombone family, with a sound ranging from warm and mellow to bright and menacing. It has three to five piston or rotary valves, a predominantly cylindrical bore, and is usually pitched in F or B♭. It is in the same range as a tuba or a contrabass trombone. The modern instrument can be played by a tubist or a bass trombonist.
NMM 4572. Cornet by C. G. Conn, Elkhart, Indiana, 1883