left loose so that it vibrated against the belly. Marine trumpet, or Nonnentrompete, a tromba marina, or marine trumpet. In Germany, at the time when the trumpet was extensively used in the churches, nuns often substituted the tromba marina because women were not allowed to play trumpetshence the name Nonnengeige (literally, nuns' violin ). " Tromba marina ". The measurements of the tromba marina varied considerably, as did the shape of the body and the number of strings. It attaches at the soundboard and passes over one foot of the bridge, leaving the other foot to vibrate freely on a plate of ivory or glass set into the soundboard, creating a brassy buzz. Marientrompete, Trompetengeige, Nonnengeige or, trumscheit, Pol. Trompette marine ; Ger. In modern times, the group Corvus Corax still regularly plays the tromba marina. Tubmaryna ) is a triangular bowed string instrument used in medieval and Renaissance Europe that was highly popular in the 15th century in England and survived into the 18th century. The single string, generally the D string of a cello, most often is tuned to the C three octaves below middle. Weitere Informationen zu unseren Cookies und dazu, wie du die Kontrolle darüber behältst, findest du hier: Cookie-Richtlinie.
In France, the Grande Ecurie du Roi comprised five trumpets-marine and cromornes among the band in 1662, when the charge was mentioned for the first time in the accounts; and in 1666 the number was increased to six. Citation needed See also edit References edit Attribution This article incorporates text from a publication now in the public domain : Schlesinger, Kathleen (1911). Its name comes from its trumpet like sound due to the unusual construction of the bridge, and the resemblance of its contour to the marine speaking-trumpet of the Middle Ages. The instrument fell into disuse during the first half of the 18th century (see equal temperament and was only to be seen in the hands of itinerant and street musicians. In most cases the bottom end of the instrument is open; some historical models use sound-holes. 772 in catalogue) the frets are lettered A, D, F, A, D, F, G, A, B, C,. An octave string, half the length of the melody string, and even two more, respectively the twelfth and the double octave, not resting on the bridge but acting as sympathetic strings, were sometimes added to improve the timbre by strengthening the pure harmonic tones without. In a Trumscheit in the collection of the Kgl.