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A musical trumpet-like instrument based on the so-called natural trumpet which contains no valves that was invented by Ellis Workman on July 4, 1976 in Rochester, MN. Constructed out of plastic tubing, a funnel using a trumpet or french horn mouthpiece. The Hosaphone(tm) plays the notes of the natural overtone series.
The Hosaphone(tm) is the only musical instrument which can performed the Doppler Effect without sustaining a neck injury to the performer.
The Hosaphone(tm) is in every way the functional equivalent of the so-called Natural Trumpet.
The sound of the Hosaphone(tm) cannot be improved, but your sound can be improved with practice.
Hosaphone(tm) music is based only on the "natural" harmonic series.
by David A. Roth October 06, 2007
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