ried-messe-2008
Oct 5, 2008Public
Photo: Novak Harmoika built somewhere between 1890 and 1910. This instrument is made in the Vienna tradition of that time.
Photo: Some nice examle of a very personal alphorn!
Photo: One Example of a new Beltuna box resting on the shelf
Photo: One Example of a new Beltuna box resting on the shelf
Photo: New Müller box person playig is un known as watched on the public fare.
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Photo: Key board is mounted similar to bayjans. Belt is mounted as on Schramelharmonikas. Case and bellows is typical Vienna style
Photo: look at the key board, it is made more quit unusual compared to today keyboards in use. five rows three inner rows operate on one rod mounted as on most "heligonkas" Two other rows operate in a was as the do on most bayjans today.
Photo: New bellows and reed block as the ware presented on the Exhibition, by Novak.
Photo: New bellows and reed block as the ware presented on the Exhibition, by Novak.
Photo: Also a Novak box dates in the time around 1920. Appearance is like a Steirische but Layout is chromatic B-griff. Interesting are the decor arts found on this box. The are not typically Novak like as the are today the are more like the ones in use by Strasser. outstanding is the very detailed decoration on the metal plates, also the Metal decor belt on the bellows is in common today.
Photo: New casework and key board housing as the ware presented on the Exhibition, by Novak.
Photo: New Bass chambers and key board housing of the two variations produced at present time as the ware presented on the Exhibition, by Novak
Photo: Rupert Novak, notice he used a different LOGO without Angelo's.
Photo: Also a Novak box dates in the time around 1920. Appearance is like a Steirische but Layout is chromatic B-griff. Interesting are the decor arts found on this box. The are not typically Novak like as the are today the are more like the ones in use by Strasser. outstanding is the very detailed decoration on the metal plates, also the Metal decor belt on the bellows is in common today.
Photo: New casework and key board housing as the ware presented on the Exhibition, by Novak.
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Photo: one example of a very common example of 2 row boxes produced before 1930.
Photo: Another few at the shelf witch also shows a new treble cover as well.
Photo: Mr. Arno Sussitz Demonstrating repair jobs on the mechanical bass section at the public Exhibition in Ried on 5.10.2008
Photo: One niche example of a new bass chamber section with the major mechanically parts mounted before the get fitted into the case.
Photo: This few show that quite a few different types of Bass chambers are produces today. six single Helicon and three double Helicon reeds are fitted on this one. But the built boxes with up to twelve double Helicon reeds.