HARMONI-COR BY JAULIN
Harmoni-cor by JAULIN made in Paris, last third of the 19th century.
Invented and patented on the 31 december1861 by Louis Julien JAULIN.
Intented as an easy-to-play substitute for oboe and cor anglais.
Cylindrical body in mahogany.
A chromed plate receives the pistons housing the free reeds, these are arranged like a keyboard, the heads of pistons being in ivory and ebony. 2 octave 1/4, chromatic instrument (28 notes from B to D).
2 lead pipes to playfrom two different positions.
Totale length without lead pipe 540 mm
Signed : HARMONI-COR
J. JAULIN INVR