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Gemstone Musical Instruments Announces New Brass Instruments

United States
November 20, 2007 ELKHART, INDIANA — Continuing its collaboration with renowned German brass instrument maker Walter Nirschl, Gemstone Musical Instruments will launch several new additions to its W. Nirschl line of brass instruments, including a cornet, flugelhorn, euphonium, tubas and marching brass.

“The new additions to the W. Nirschl brass line are really oustanding ,” said Richard Barth, Director of Brass Division for Gemstone. “The cornet and flugelhorn are professional instruments at a great price and the low and marching brass give us an opportunity to provide even more options for brass players, and especially for schools that require quality instruments at the right price.”

The new brass offering consists of a professional shepherd’s crook cornet, a professional flugelhorn, a fully automatic compensating euphonium, a ¾ tuba, a powerful marching mellophone and a large bore marching euphonium. Dealers and players can see the new products at the 2007 Midwest Clinic in Chicago and 2008 NAMM convention in Anaheim.
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