F Wagner Tuba · Model 111

Vendor: Gebr. Alexander
SKU: 15600000005
Material: gold brass

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7.428,57 €
7.428,57 €

Recommended retail price incl. VAT (where applicable)

Note for deliveries to non-EU-countries:
Import sales taxes, customs duties, excise taxes and any other fees incurred in the destination country are not included in the price.

F Wagner Tuba - Model 111

In 1862 Richard Wagner was residing in Biebrich, across the Rhine from Mainz, while composing “Die Meistersinger von Nürnberg”. At the same time he was searching for a new tone color for “Der Ring der Nibelungen”, one that the known instruments of that time could not provide. In cooperation with Gebr. Alexander he was able to refine his conception of an instrument whose tone lay between the horn and the baritone.

The Wagner Tuba has been continuously improved over the passage of time to meet the exacting standards of orchestral use. Today Wagner Tubas made by Gebr. Alexander are played in leading orchestras around the world. In addition to the typical Bb and F tubas, Alexander offers a Bb/F full double Wagner Tuba.

The typical Wanger Tuba section is comprised of two F and two Bb Wagner Tubas – but double tubas can replace these as desired.


Key: F
Bore: 13.5 mm
Bell flare diameter: 250 mm
Bell throat: Large
Body size: /
Material: brass or gold brass
No. of valves: 4
No. of thumb valves: /

- left-handed
- original "Ring"-tube

The product as delivered may vary slightly from the image produced here due to the particular details of the order.

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This does not constitute an order. Our team will first contact you to personally coordinate all details, make any further adjustments and then provide you with a written offer. Based on this offer, you can then place a binding order for your desired instrument.

Our instruments are only made individually for you in our factory after you have ordered them. Delivery time depends on your configuration and is approximately 6-7 months.

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Of course, you also have the option of ordering your desired instrument from a Gebr. Alexander Premium Dealer in your country. You can find the contact details in our Gebr. Alexander Premium Dealer Overview.

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