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Flugelhorns

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  1. Adams F5 Selected Series Professional Bb Flugelhorn
    $3,245.00
    Open Box:
    $2,433.75
  2. Adams F2 Selected Series Professional Bb Flugelhorn
    $3,160.00
  3. New
    Phaeton PHTF-XP2700 XP Series Intermediate Bb Flugelhorn
    $1,550.00
  4. New
    Blessing BFH-1541T Series Bb Flugelhorn
    Starting at $1,549.99
  5. Adams F3 Selected Series Professional Bb Flugelhorn
    $2,925.00
  6. Adams F1 Selected Series Professional Bb Flugelhorn
    $2,855.00
  7. Kanstul 1025 Series Bb Flugelhorn
    Kanstul 1025 Series Bb Flugelhorn
    $2,391.00
  8. Kanstul 925 Series Bb Flugelhorn
    Kanstul 925 Series Bb Flugelhorn
    Starting at $2,240.00
  9. New
    Phaeton PHTF-XP2500 XP Series Intermediate Bb Flugelhorn
    $1,375.00
  10. Kanstul 1025 Series Bb Flugelhorn
    Kanstul 1025 Series Bb Flugelhorn
    $2,240.00
    Open Box:
    $1,792.00
  11. King 2020 Legend Series Bb Flugelhorn
    $2,239.00
  12. Bach FH600 Aristocrat Series Bb Flugelhorn
    $1,179.00
  13. King 650 Diplomat Series Bb Flugelhorn
    Starting at $1,319.00
  14. Kanstul 725 Series Bb Flugelhorn
    Kanstul 725 Series Bb Flugelhorn
    Starting at $1,302.00
  15. Amati AFH 201 Series Bb Flugelhorn
    $869.99
  16. New
    Cool Wind CFG-200 Metallic Series Plastic Bb Flugelhorn
    $325.95
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While the untrained eye may sometimes mistake the flugelhorn for a trumpet or cornet, the only thing that this unassuming descendant of the bugle family shares with those instruments (apart from its general look) is the same B-flat pitch. Originally developed as a military signal horn, the flugelhorn has survived to color the modern music scene with rich sound that can be heard in several different styles of music. When compared to a trumpet, the flugelhorn's bell is wider, with a more pronounced cone. Acoustically, this translates into a fuller and mellower sound that lacks some of a trumpet's sharpness. As a result, the flugelhorn is well suited to a more relaxed role in a brass band. In popular music, its laid-back and smooth nature has made the flugelhorn a favorite of jazz musicians. This instrument entered the jazz scene as far back as the 1930s and has been played by countless musicians over the decades. From there, the flugelhorn found its way into other genres, most notably being played by Paul McCartney in several songs for the Beatles as well as in his solo career. A standard flugelhorn, like many of its brass cousins, has three piston valves. If you're new to the flugelhorn and have already played trumpet or cornet, this layout will make the transition fairly easy. For the experienced or adventurous player, you can expand your range by opting for a horn with four valves. In this design, the fourth valve works to lower the pitch, bringing more notes into its repertoire. There are many flugelhorns to choose from, so it's worth your while to make a careful decision. Any of these horns will sound at home in the instrument's usual places, which for you may be anywhere from a marching band to a jazz club to a recording studio.


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