3D Object DCM 1222: Monzani / Piccolo in C(?)
About this Item
- DCM 1222: Monzani / Piccolo in C(?)
Created / Published
- London, ca. 1822-1833.
- Physical Objects
- - This instrument appears to be a composite possibly cut down from a longer band flute. The instrument appears to have had 5 keys originally, including long and short F. Old style flat key flaps, mounted in integral blocks. The current key work seems to be a replacement of an earlier key replacement attempt involving non-integral blocks, the mortices for which are still present, some of them filled with wood and animal horn.
- - Instrument type: Piccolo in C(?)
- - Medium: Cocus(?), stained brown, ivory upper head joint, ivory cork-setting mechanism with silver stud, silver keys and ferrules.; 32.6 cm.
- - Key Holes System: 4 keys (see Notes), round flaps, modern post and rod (screw) mounted on oval flanges.
- - Mark Maximum: (crown) / MONZANI [& HILL] / 28 REGENT STREET / PICCADILLY / LONDON
- - Mark Additional: Mark on upper body.
- - Provenance: Source not known.
- nonprojected graphic
- 1 sound disc : analog ; 12 in.
- DLC Music Division, Library of Congress
- For rights information please contact the Performing Arts Reading Room at https://www.loc.gov/rr/askalib/ask-perform.html
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Monzani. DCM: Monzani / Piccolo in C?. London, to 1833, 1833. Image. https://www.loc.gov/item/dcmflute.1222/.
APA citation style:
Monzani. (1833) DCM: Monzani / Piccolo in C?. London, to 1833. [Image] Retrieved from the Library of Congress, https://www.loc.gov/item/dcmflute.1222/.
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Monzani. DCM: Monzani / Piccolo in C?. London, to 1833, 1833. Image. Retrieved from the Library of Congress, <www.loc.gov/item/dcmflute.1222/>.