Instrument Lyres | Band Room Essentials
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Available in: Alto-Tenor Saxophone Lyre, Bass Clarinet Lyre, Bass Drum Lyre, Clarinet Lyre, Conductors Batons, Flute Lyre Silver, Flutist Friend Lyre, Piccolo/Flute Wrist Lyre, Snare Drum Lyre, Sousaphone Lyre, Trombone Lyre, Trombone Two Piece Lyre, Trumpet Bent Lyre, Trumpet Straight Lyre, Universal Trumpet Lyre
Keep your music organized and viewable while doing parades and halftime, or while memorizing a show with these marching lyres. Available in 17 different styles to accommodate every member of your group. Attaches to clarinets, trumpets, trombones, saxophones, and other brass instruments using lyre sockets built into the instrument. Piccolo and Flue wrist lyre straps around the left forearm of the player to allow music to be easily visible while playing. A must-have for any group learning on the go!
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- Heavy-duty springs in the clips
- Keep your music organized
- Great for parades, halftime shows, and memorization
- For use with 70691 Folio Folders (sold separately)
- Clarinet, Universal Trumpet, Piccolo/Flute, Straight Trumpet, Bass Clarinet, Flute, Flutist Friend, Snare Drum, and Bass Drum available in Silver Only
- Bent Trumpet, Alto-Tenor Saxophone, Trombone, Baritone, Sousaphone, and Trombone available in Silver or Gold
Note, these instructions are for standard lyre boxes. If you have any questions about a specific instrument, please contact our Sales Team.
Trumpet: On the third valve slide ring, loosen the screw to open the entry point for the lyre. Feed the lyre between the lead pipe and the horn pipe to insert the bent portion of the lyre into the holder. Tighten the screw until the lyre is secure.
Clarinet With Ring: On the lower joint of the clarinet, place the ring of the lyre around the metal rind on the lower joint. Tighten the lyre screw (just like you would a ligature) until secure. Connect upper and lower joint of the clarinet.
Keep your music organized and viewable while doing parades and halftime, or while memorizing a show with these marching lyres. Available in 17 different styles to accommodate every member of your group.