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Contrabass ophicleide. The ophicleide is a keyed brass instrument similar to the tuba. It is a conical-bore keyed instrument belonging to the bugle family and has a similar shape to the sudrophone. The ophicleide was invented in 1817 and patented in 1821 by French instrument maker Jean Hilaire Asté (also known as Halary or Haleri) as an extension to the keyed bugle or Royal Kent bugle family. It was eventually succeeded by the tuba.

Contrabass ophicleide. The ophicleide is a keyed brass instrument similar to the tuba. It is a conical-bore keyed instrument belonging to the bugle family and has a similar shape to the sudrophone. The ophicleide was invented in 1817 and patented in 1821 by French instrument maker Jean Hilaire Asté (also known as Halary or Haleri) as an extension to the keyed bugle or Royal Kent bugle family. It was eventually succeeded by the tuba.

Mellophone: a three-valved brass instrument in the key of F or E♭ that is used in marching bands and drum and bugle corps in place of French horns. | Musical Instruments: Brass

Mellophone: un instrumento de cobre de tres válvulas en la tonalidad de F o E ♭ que se utiliza en bandas de música

Bass saxhorn Maker: Adolphe (Antoine Joseph) Sax (Belgian, Dinant, Belgium 1814–1894 Paris) Date: 1863 Medium: Brass

Bass saxhorn Maker: Adolphe (Antoine Joseph) Sax (Belgian, Dinant, Belgium 1814–1894 Paris) Date: 1863 Medium: Brass

Piccolo Trumpet in High B-flat made by Kurt Scherzer (1977, Germany). Metal. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, USA

Trompeta piccolo en si bemol alto hecha por Kurt Scherzer Alemania). El Metropolitan Museum of Art, NUEVA YORK

The helicon is a brass musical instrument in the tuba family. Most are B♭ basses, but they also commonly exist in E♭, F, and tenor sizes, as well as other types to a lesser extent.

El Helicon es un instrumento musical de latón en la familia de la tuba. La mayoría son B ♭ bajos, pero también existe comúnmente en E ♭, F, y tamaños de tenor, así como otros tipos en menor medida.