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en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Trumpet

Main article: History of primitive and non-Western trumpets ... Ages and Renaissance led to an increased usefulness of the trumpet as a ...

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Slide_trumpet

This article is about the type of trumpet in use in the Renaissance and Baroque periods. For the modern soprano trombone, see Soprano trombone. Modern reconstruction of a fifteenth-century slide trumpet. The slide trumpet is a type of trumpet that is fitted with a slide much like a trombone. Eventually ... The Medieval slide trumpet developed initially from the war trumpet.

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Renaissance_music

Renaissance music is vocal and instrumental music written and performed in Europe during the ... Prior to the invention of printing, songs and music that were written down and music theory texts had to be hand-copied, a time-consuming and expensive ..... An example is the Neuschel family of Nuremberg, for their trumpets.

www.wagner-tuba.com/brass-section-overview/trumpet-introduction/trumpet-history

The trumpet's history dates back over 3000 years, evolving over time through ... Towards the late Middle Ages and the Renaissance, technical improvements in ...

www.tapiasgold.com/instruments.html

Instrumental music already had a long history, and in some cultures was at least as ... As polyphony developed, so did the idea of a musical ensemble: instruments ... and the group also included dulcians, sackbuts, tabor pipes, and trumpets.

www.eggerinstruments.ch/index.php/en/historical-instruments/historical-trumpets/renaissance-natural-trumpets

MDC: Instrument in brass; bell entirely hand hammered; all tubing made from hammered ... RENAISSANCE NATURAL TRUMPET in D or Db – NAGEL ...

www.wwbw.com/A-Brief-History-of-the-Trumpet-g26396t0.wwbw

www.lipscomb.edu/windbandhistory/rhodeswindband_02_renaissance.htm

The only brass indicated in the theater band were trumpets and horns. Since trombones (or sackbuts) were not ...

www.ducksters.com/history/renaissance/music_and_dance.php

Kids learn about the music and dance of the European Renaissance ... Perhaps the most famous is the violin which was first made in Italy in the 1500s. Other popular instruments included horns such as the early trumpet and the cornett, ...

www.historydiscussion.net/history/history-of-europe/renaissance-in-europe-meaning-causes-and-results-of-renaissance/1941

Putting an end to the medieval age, the Renaissance blew the trumpet of modem age. In the fifteenth century A.D. people of Europe developed interest for the ...