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  Cornet - MSN Encarta
The cornet is a brass instrument very similar to the trumpet, distinguished by its conical bore, compact shape, and mellower tone quality.
Cornet, brass wind instrument developed in the middle of the 19th century, when valves were applied to the small circular-coiled post horn.
The cornet has three valves, a medium-narrow conical bore, and a deep, funnel-shaped mouthpiece.
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  Cornet - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The cornet is a brass instrument that closely resembles the trumpet.
It is not to be confused with the Medieval instrument, the cornett.
Cornets and trumpets made in a given key (usually the key of B♭) play at the same pitch, and the technique for playing the instruments is very similar.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Cornet   (892 words)

 Henri Cornet - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Henri Cornet, born as Henri Jaudry on August 4, 1884 - died March 18, 1941, was a French cyclist who won the 1904 Tour de France.
After winning his second major cycling event in 1906, the Paris-Roubaix race, he was unable to proceed at the start of the 1906 Tour de France, had to abandon it again in 1907, but did manage a very respectable 8th place finish in 1908.
Henri Cornet remains the youngest winner in the history of the Tour de France.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Henri_Cornet   (337 words)

 Cornet - infoweb   (Site not responding. Last check: )
The cornet is a standard concert band instrument; most bands have at least two cornets, as they are often scored in preference to trumpets.
The cornet is the main high voice of the Brass band in the UK and other countries which have British-style brass bands.
Cornets and trumpets made in a given key (usually the key of B-flat, written B♭ or Bb) play at the same pitch, and the technique for playing the instruments is very similar.
www.infoweb.co.nz /research/music/instruments/wind/brass/cornet   (582 words)

 HyperMusic -- Musical Instruments: Cornet
The mellow sound of the cornet was instantly popular and many brilliant cornet solos were written from 1850 to 1900.
The cornet was popular in jazz bands unti 1920, when it was replaced by the trumpet.
Cornets usually have an adjustable third valve slide to adjust the pitch of the notes that are usually sharp.
www.hypermusic.ca /inst/cornet.html   (461 words)

 Cornet, Trumpet, and Flugelhorn
The cornets were expected to play the more technical flowery musical lines, comparable in some selections with level of difficulty of the clarinet parts, while the trumpets added a brilliant punctuation to the music, rarely playing legato passages.
However, cornets are also made in other shapes, including the traditional trumpet shape, making it nearly impossible to tell at sight if one of these trumpet-shaped instruments is a cornet or a trumpet.
The definitive difference is the bore shape, which in a cornet is roughly one-third cylindrical and two-thirds conical, and in a modern trumpet is roughly half cylindrical and half conical.
www.rosevillebigband.org /galleries/CornetAndTrumpet.htm   (800 words)

 Cornet - Cunnan
A cornet is a conical hat or headdress worn by medieval women.
A cornet is an obscure form of coronet, a type of crown.
A cornet is a musical instrument, a type of horn closely related to the trumpet, but it is smaller and has a higher range.
cunnan.sca.org.au /wiki/Cornet   (133 words)

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 Cornet City
Cornet City’s past initiatives have given the appearance that the government is trying to stem rising crime, but the efforts have been at more of a perceptual level than a substantive level.
Cornet City is not large enough to be recognized as an Empowerment Zone because a total municipal population of 750,000 is needed, but the city would seem to be a prime candidate to have its "hotspot" established as an Enterprise Community.
Cornet City will benefit from increased tourism and spending will be greater if the City can alleviate some of the problems that currently exist within the "hotspots." As an added incentive, Cornet City will recognize and give extra advertising to businesses that cooperate to certain prescribed levels.
www.ags.uci.edu /~dkieso/cornet.htm   (4602 words)

 Encyclopedia of Organ Stops
Formerly, one put a Cornet on each keyboard; that of the Grand Orgue is still called the Grand Cornet; it is of larger scale and sounds at 8'; it is [sometimes?] 16'.
That of the Positif, the Petit Cornet, is of 4' pitch.
Cornet V was always found on the Récit manual, and we have observed that its pipes were just above the chest for the Grand Orgue, but winded separately.
www.organstops.org /c/CornetDeRecit.html   (643 words)

 Applications and Limitations of Palynology
Cornet, 1989c; Cornet and Olsen, 1990), and on the analysis of sedimentary cycles in the Hartford and Deerfield basins (Olsen, et al.
Cornet, B., 1989b, The reproductive morphology and biology of Sanmiguelia lewisii, and its bearing on angiosperm evolution in the Late Triassic: Evol.
Cornet, B., and Traverse, A., 1975, Palynological contributions to the chronology and stratigraphy of the Hartford basin in Connecticut and Massachusetts: Geosci.
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 RIDITT - CORNET - Collective Research Networking
CORNET is an ERA-NET project funded by the European Union under the Sixth Framework RTD Programme.
The 3rd Joint CORNET call for transnational collective research project proposals was open from 1 February 2007 to 31 May 2007.
Therefore it is important for all candidate project partners to consult with their respective agencies during the preparation of the proposal to secure compliance with the applicable national and regional criteria.
www.riditt.it /page.asp?page=cornet&IDlanguage=en   (215 words)

 Encyclopedia of Organ Stops
Sometimes called Grand Cornet, this Cornet had a compass of two octaves, starting at middle C. It was intended to compensate for the weakness of the trebles of the Trompette and Clairon, and as such it was scaled wider in the treble and narrower at the bottom of its range.
Sometimes called Cornet de Récit, this Cornet was a solo stop, and had a compass of 2 1/2 octaves, starting at tenor F or G. Bedos contrasts it to the Grand Cornet in that it is narrower in the treble, and wider in its lower range.
The true Cornet is composed not of flutes, but of principals of large scale and dull tone, except for the 8' rank which is usually a stopped or chimney flute.
www.organstops.org /c/Cornet.html   (1101 words)

 The Brass Crest: Instruments: Cornet
The tone of the cornet is midway in color between the bright sound of a trumpet and the dark, complex tone of the flügelhorn.
Because the cornet is the highest-pitched instrument in the brass band, and because its tone is relatively bright, it is capable of “cutting through” and being heard even when the entire band is playing.
Although the length of the main tube is the same on both the cornet and the trumpet, the arrangement of the tubing is different.
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 Cornet Connection
This cornet is as near to mint as a cornet can be without it still being on the factory line.
The drawback to this cornet is there there is no case or accessories, except for the removable leadpipe bit, which is present and is in excellent condition.
Trumpets and cornets are suspended above the outer shell of the case.
www.cornetconnection.com   (4450 words)

 Altium Limited > Successes > Communications > Cornet Technology
To maintain Cornet's industry-leading position as a provider of advanced, ultra-reliable network switching systems for critical applications such as military communications, transport monitoring and surveillance installations, the company uses arange of sophisticated engineering tools to design and manufacture its products.
Cornet's extensible designs demand a high degree of flexibility from the development software, which must also be capable of producing concept-to reality board designs within the short production times required to fulfill key contracts and meet market demands.
Cornet Technology designs and manufactures a diverse range of video, voice, and data switch technology for a variety of applications including corporate, carrier, CLEC, ISP, military, civil engineering, SCADA, mobile transports, space/satellite ground stations, plus video in the areas of intelligent transportation infrastructure, security, and CCTV.
www.altium.com /Successes/communications/CornetTechnology   (679 words)

In the first part of the 1900's, the cornet was the solo instrument of choice with many cornet virtuosos performing all across the country as well as the capitols of Europe.
Today, the cornet is used primarily in the British Brass Band style of music where the cornet is a unique section in the ensemble.
The cornet has a wider bore and a deeper mouthpiece than a trumpet does, thus giving it a more mellow sound; also, the cornet has a conical bore as opposed to the trumpet's cylindrical bore.
www.music.vt.edu /musicdictionary/textc/Cornet.html   (348 words)

 Notes on the Name Cornet - as in Castle Cornet, Guernsey
But medieval surnames were often descriptive nicknames, so this name could refer to, for example, a loud voice, the fact that the person lived on the corner of the street, the shape of the hats he may have made or sold, or he may have made or sold musical instruments.
Cornet was probably the first Bordier (feudal official) for Fief le Roi in that area of St Peter Port, and gave his name to the bordage (area of land) for which he was responsible.
It is also possible that the islet may have been owned or used by the family of Cornet to hunt rabbits which they would have kept in a warren there, and it may have acquired its name by long association with the family.
www.museum.guernsey.net /Cornet_name.htm   (803 words)

 cornet. The Columbia Encyclopedia, Sixth Edition. 2001-07
It is usually in B flat and is the same size as the B flat trumpet, but has a more conical bore.
The cornet, a transposing instrument, has a less brilliant tone but greater agility than the trumpet.
In the orchestra, the cornet is used with the trumpet.
www.bartleby.com /65/co/cornet.html   (183 words)

 The Del Staigers Tribute Page | Cornet and Trumpet Virtuoso with the Conway, Sousa and Goldman Bands
In fact, the cornet soloists themselves were the pop stars of the day.
What follows here is the story of a man who was universally considered the greatest cornet soloist of his time and some say the greatest in history.
On the one hand, it was great that he could be earning a decent living teaching all day long, but he was highly in demand as a performer and he just did not have time to accomadate so many students.
www.delstaigers.com /biography.htm   (2116 words)

 The Conn Loyalist
It is my understanding that slide cornets and trumpets are somewhat difficult to play because the positions on the slide are very closely spaced.
Since the cornet is a "semi-conical" instrument, putting the tuning slide in the bell would make it even more cylindrical than it already is turning it more and more into a trumpet.
In vaudeville and jazz orchestras this slide cornet is used to produce startling glissando and novelty effects.
www.xs4all.nl /~cderksen/Conn16A1921image.html   (393 words)

 cornet (instrument)
A small E flat cornet is standard in brass bands alongside a B flat cornet section.
The cornet is typically played with vibrato, and has its own repertoire of virtuoso pieces, heard in brass band concerts and contests, and consisting of voicelike airs, character pieces, Victorian dance forms, and sets of variations.
The cornet is a featured solo in Igor Stravinsky's ballet Petrushka (1911) and The Soldier's Tale (1918), though its part is now more usually played by the trumpet.
www.tiscali.co.uk /reference/encyclopaedia/hutchinson/m0013638.html   (292 words)

 CORNET Standard Internet Access Subscription Agreement   (Site not responding. Last check: )
CORNET Standard Internet Access Subscription Agreement Subscriber's Name This CORNET Standard Subscription Agreement, hereinafter referred to as the "Agreement", is between the Subscriber's Name, hereinafter referred to as the "Subscriber", and the County of Riverside, Information Services Department hereinafter referred to as the "County" (and collectively referred to as "Parties").
CORNET's purposes are to facilitate communications in support of local government and education using high-performance computer networking technology and wide-area telecommunications utilities, and to promote governmental and educational collaboration, sharing of government and educational information, and wide access to computer resources for the advancement of research and educational purposes.
CORNET invokes the protection afforded by the laws of the State of California for any and all unlawful access(es) or injury to any computer, computer system, computer network, computer program, or data to which CORNET provides access and/or services.
www.co.riverside.ca.us /cornet/cntyagre.htm   (2486 words)

 Cornet Mouthpieces
Cornet mouthpieces are available for every rim size available.
The Vintage Cornet Series is based on cornet mouthpieces from the early 1900's and combines the classic look and sound of the old cornet mouthpieces in a blank that will accept the more comfortable rims of today.
Vintage Cornet Series mouthpieces are also available on special order in the larger shank required by some older cornets.
www.currympc.com /v.php?pg=451   (229 words)

 Excelsior Cornet Band - New York's Authentic Civil War Brass Band - Instruments
The earliest OTS E-flat cornet by Stratton known to exist, this instrument was acquired in pieces in a bin of old horn parts purchased from the estate of an instrument repairman from Binghamton, NY.
E-flat cornet by Martin, Pollmann and Co., c.1872, purchased in the Scranton-Wilkes Barre, PA area.
The production company leased five of our instruments--one Eb cornet, two Bb cornets, and two OTS Eb altos--for use in the film, and shipped them to Romania where they were played by members of the Romanian army band who portrayed a Confederate band for this scene.
www.excelsiorcornetband.com /wst_page2.html   (1622 words)

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