Enthalpy Posted September 23, 2018 Author Share Posted September 23, 2018 This other arrangement of keys at the boot of the baritone oboe of Sep 16, 2018 has advantages: Pyramidal frames hold the boot firmly together so the keys fit precisely. Transmissions from the main joint are easy and the disassembled main joint protects them. The keys can be light and still stiff. The keys are easily synchronized and adjusted. The toneholes can be tilted so the covers move perpendicularly to them. Not displayed here. With easy adaptations, the arrangement of keys applies to similar instruments if designed with a boot. This includes the English horn, lower tárogatók, saxophones, rothphones, sarrusophones, optionally with my automatic cross-fingerings. Marc Schaefer, aka Enthalpy Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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