ventil

ventil

(ˈvɛntɪl)
n
(Music, other) a valve on a musical instrument
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Part of the global company Ventil, it is the guide to understanding valves, the process of selection, the do's and don'ts within the valve 'repair loop' of shut-off valves, safety valves and control valves
Musik, Politik und Wirkungder Ton Steine Scherben, Mainz: Ventil, 2005, 69-114.
Eventually all ties with Sax were severed, and John (later his son Henry) started what became a large manufacturing company selling their own line of horns from a clone of the saxhorns to Henry's invention of the "ventil" horn.
In his early operas, Richard Wagner still used two pairs of "Corno ventil" and "Corno ordin," or "Ventilhorn" and "Waldhorn." Not until after Tristan und Isolde (1865) did he use valve horns solely.
The company will be coming with 3 feed manufacturers -- Ventil, Total Alimentos and Guabi displaying food and medicine for horses.