“Nubes Septem”

Because of its “Open Flow” construction, impurities are avoided. Thus, the instrument is free-flowing with an unbelievable tone. This flugelhorn is very light while still maintaining a warm sound.  Whether you are playing piano or forte, you´ll be able to maintain clarity and a consistent tone.

A petite and warm sound with excellent tone and low resistance while playing.

Technical details:

  • very light
  • massive and comfortable finger ring
  • bell diameter: 150mm
  • MAW valves, bore 11,7mm
  • weight: circa 1060g

[sc_embed_player fileurl=http://klangwerkstatt-boehme.de/wp-content/uploads/2018/07/NubesSeptem-Klammer.wav] Sound example by Sven Klammer

“The Schnaffhorn”

The sound of this flugelhorn is mellow and charming. Together with Julian Wasserfuhr, a genius Jazz musician and passionate beer brewer, I developed this new instrument. Schnaff is not only the name of the tasty and fruity Schnaff beer which Julian brews with his brother Roman but also now the name of the new horn creation. With the large bell and the very modern curves it is an absolute eye-catcher. To balance the weight of the instrument well, we made a special thick-walled lead pipe. This also helps for an easy approach with a nice slotting over all ranges.

A refreshing and open feeling…

…as if drinking an ice cold Schnaff beer on a sun terrace.

Tough enough for Schnaff?


Technical details:

  • red brass
  • well-balanced and thick-walled lead pipe
  • massive nickel silver ring
  • bell diameter: 160mm
  • MAW valves, bore 11,7mm