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Pair of Klassischewienerpauken™ Pauken

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Price: $6,300.00
Condition: Demo
Location: MN, USA
Consignment:
Description: A pair of hand crafted late 1700 "Baroque" style Klassischewienerpauken™ hand screw timpani built by timpanist Peter Kogan. The diameters are 26&7/8" and 24". Depths are 16" and 18". The hardware is primarily brass and bronze castings designed in 18th Century style by sculptor Brian Leo. The mounting system and goatskin heads are in the Viennese tradition. The stands and covers are also appropriately styled. The “T” handles are removable for a more ancient look (and more challenging tuning) if desired. Includes covers, tripod stands. Ideal for music of the late Eighteenth and early Nineteenth Century, especially suitable for Haydn, Mozart, Beethoven and Schubert. These drums have been successfully used as well in the music of Bach and Handel. This demo set #3 has etched serial numbers. It was exhibited at PASIC 2010 and heard in the John Grimes master class on historical performance practice. Set is guaranteed as new for five years against defects in parts and workmanship. The goatskin heads are guaranteed for one year but should last for many years with normal use. Custom cases made by Slamhammer Roadcases are highly recommended. Cost is $1700.00 for the pair of cases.


 
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