Soprano Dulcian


On view at The Met Fifth Avenue in Gallery 684

The bajoncillo is the smallest form of the bajón.
Equipped with the usual two keys, this bajoncillo originally had some brass
mounts that have been lost, including a key cover and garlands on the bell and
lower end. The monogram is not yet identified with a particular maker, but may
have been the mark of an otherwise unidentified Spanish maker named

Soprano Dulcian, Boxwood, brass, Spanish?

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