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  • BdG-2014-1
    "ATP-1966-114-3"

    BdG-2014-1

    Bohaussac known as ATP 1966-114-3

    Coll. MUCEM -1966.114.3

    Idioglotal reeds in reed

    Materials: boxwood, reed, pewter, metal tool

    The bag has not been found

  • BdG-2015-5
    "BARIS"

    BdG -2015-5

    Exemplary known as BARIS

    Not found

    Idioglotal elderberry reeds

    Materials: wood, skin, reed

    Presented through archival documents

  • BdG-2014-2
    "BELLEGARDE"

    BdG -2014-2

    Bohaussac from M. BELLEGARDE in SABRES

    Coll. MUCEM -D1953.15.66

    Reeds not found

    Materials: wood, pewter and wax

    The brunidèir extension is missing

  • BdG-2011-1
    "BENQUET"

    BdG -2011-1

    Bounloure having belonged to Jeanty BENQUET

    Coll. Private

    Pewter, reed and tow reeds

    Materials: boxwood, pewter and horn

    The metal tool is missing

  • BdG-2015-1
    "BLANCHARD-1"

    BdG-2015-1

    Copy number 1 which belonged to M. BLANCHARD

    Coll. Private

    Pewter reeds with lamellae attached to reed

    Materials: boxwood, pewter, reed, skin

  • BdG-2015-2
    "BLANCHARD-2"

    BdG-2015-2

    Copy number 2 which belonged to M. BLANCHARD

    Coll. Private

    Reeds not found

    Materials: boxwood

    Only the pihet has been found

  • BdG-2013-4
    "CABANAC"

    BdG -2013-4

    Bohaussac engraved in the name of CABANAC-CATDRIC

    Coll. MARQUEZE museum

    Reeds not found

    Materials: boxwood, metal

    Only the pihet is present

  • BdG-2013-7
    "CLAOURIOT-DUBOURG"

    BdG-2013-7

    Bohaussac present at the 1889 competition in Saint-Symphorien

    Used by father and son Claouriot DUBOURG

    Materials: boxwood, skin, pewter

    The reeds and the Brunidèir extension are missing

  • BdG-2013-8
    "DARDEY"

    BdG -2013-8

    Bohaussac discovered by Gilbert DARDEY

    Coll. Private

    Materials: boxwood, pewter, metal, string, leather

    the reeds, the buffoir and the Brunidèir extension are absent

  • BdG-2015-3
    "DUBES-MORCENX"

    BdG-2015-3

    Copy attributed to M. DUBES de MORCENX

    Reeds not found

    Coll. Private

    Materials: boxwood

    Only the pihet was found

  • BdG-2015-4
    "DUPIN"

    BdG -2015-4

    Bohaussac attributed to M. DUPIN

    Coll. Private

    Reeds not found

    Materials: boxwood, leather, pewter

    The Brunidèir extension is missing

  • BdG-2013-5
    "LESTAGE"

    BdG -2013-5

    Bohaussac said of LESTAGE

    Coll. MARQUEZE museum

    Idiogotal reeds in reed

    Materials: wood, pewter, skin


    Complete copy

  • BdG-2011-2
    "MIVIELLE"

    BdG -2011-2

    Bohaussac probably played by M. François MIVIELLE

    Coll. MUCEM

    Idioglotal reeds in reed

    Materials: boxwood, pewter, skin

    Complete copy

  • BdG-2012-1
    "MONDINEU-1"

    BdG-2012-1

    Copy number 1 attributed to M. MONDINEU

    Coll. Private

    Reeds not found

    Materials: boxwood, pewter, skin

    The Brunidèir extension is missing

  • BdG-2013-1
    "MONDINEU-2"

    BdG-2013-1

    Copy number 2 attributed to M. MONDINEU

    Coll. Private

    Reeds not found

    Materials: wood

    Only the pihet has been found

  • BdG-2013-6
    "MONDINEU-3"

    BdG-2013-6

    Copy number 3 attributed to M. MONDINEU

    Coll. Private

    In perfect condition, no trace of wax

    Materials: plum wood

    Only the pihet is present

  • BdG-2013-3
    "MOUGNERES"

    BdG -2013-3

    Bohaussac having belonged to Raymond MOUGNERES

    Coll. MARQUEZE museum

    Reeds not found

    Materials: wood, pewter

    The brunidèir extension is missing

  • BdG-2012-2
    "PADERA"

    BdG -2012-2

    Bohaussac having belonged to M. LALANNE dit PADERA

    Coll. Private

    Reeds not found

    Materials: various woods, pewter, skin

    The brunidèir extension is missing

  • BdG-2013-2
    "St-Martin-de-Chalosse"

    BdG-2013-2

    Copy known as Saint-Martin de Chalosse

    Coll. MARQUEZE Museum

    Just one reed is missing

    Materials: boxwood, reed, pewter, skin

    Gift of Mr. and Mrs. Saint-Martin