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Sackbut Daniel Lassalle Mouthpieces

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Daniel Lassalle He won first prize for trombone at the Conservatoire National Supérieur de Musique de Paris in 1982. He joined the ensemble “Les Sacqueboutiers” at the age of fifteen and became a permanent member and co-artistic director of the ensemble. He often plays with Jordi Savall and Hesperion XXI, Michel Corboz and the Ensemble Vocal de Genève, Jean-Claude Malgoire and La Grande Ecurie et la Chambre du Roy, Philippe Herreweghe and la Chapelle Royale, William Christie and Les Arts Florissants. He participated in various recordings with these institutions as well as with the group "Les Sacqueboutiers".

He was appointed professor of sackbut at the Conservatoire National de Musique de Lyon and professor of trombone at the Conservatoire National de Région de Toulouse.
Daniel Lassalle is frequently invited as a teacher in several important early music academies such as those in Urbino, Paris, Barcelona, Linz, La Seu d'Urgell...
In addition to his activity in early music, Daniel Lassalle plays contemporary music. He became a specialist for Luciano Berio's Sequenza V.

"The mouthpiece is an essential part of our instrument." If you want optimal results, the mouthpiece must be adapted to each repertoire. After working for a long time with Toni Romera, the results we have obtained are the best. The L3 model is based on an old 16th century sacaboute mouthpiece but with a modern rim. It is the best option to switch from old to modern instrument without problems.

Jean-Pierre Canihac founded Les Sacqueboutiers, an early music ensemble from Toulouse, in 1976. He plays the cornet à bouquin as a soloist, within the Sacqueboutiers and instrumental ensembles specialized in the interpretation of ancient music. His deep knowledge of this literature and the refinement of his interpretation make him a reference musician of early music.