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Oct. 9, l1945.
2,386,576
N. vSQLBERG
MUSIC HOLDEÈ FOR CLARINET AND BAND'_INSTRUMENTS
Filed sept. 2,' 194s
‘ 2 sheets-‘snaai 1l
'2,385,576
Patented Oct. 9, 1945
UNITED STATES PÍ.¿_'\"1ìla'.§1Í\JT’v oFFlcE '
MUSIC HOLDER FoR CLARINET AND BAND'
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INSTRUMENTS
Nils Solberg, Duluth, Minn.
Application September 2, 1943, Serial No. 500,961
5 Claims.
This invention relates to a music holder par
(Cl. 45--82)
Ybetween a mounting block 20 and springs 2| on
-in the constructions, arrangements and comb-ina
tions herein described and claimed.
theïrod I4, as may beclearly seen vin Figure 4.
In order to support the lower edges of the music
sheets a U-shaped clamp 22 is hingedly attached
adjacent the upper ends of the arms I6, the
It is an important object of theY invention to
provide a music holder which may be'quickly
attached to a band instrument and in which the
adapted to engage respective side ledges of the
ticularly adapted forattaohment to band instru-.
ments and particularly a clarinet and it consists
bight portion 22' extending between the arms
I6. A flat leaf spring 23 is secured to each arm
clamp 22, adjacent respective pivotal points of
,music support is adjustable to accommodate far
' andv near sighted musicians.
the latter. Thus the springs 23 tend to force the
clamp 22 against the lower edges of the sheets
o
A further :object of the invention is theV provi
frsion of an adjustable thumb hook 'whereby the
of music.
upon the thumb of a musician in a comfortable,
yet secure manner.
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24.which provides al means for securement to
an instrument holder 25, as will now bel explained,
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` ' Additional objects, advantages and features of
attention being,v invited particularly to Figures 5,
invention will be apparent from the following
6, and '7. An angular bar 25 is employed, of such
length as to support the band instrument to which
description and accompanying drawings, where
1n,
itis applied, one end 2`I of which is bent to re
Figure 1 is a front view of the holder and the
Ainstrument support,
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' Figure 2 is a side elevation thereof,
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In the medial ver-tical axis of the holder I0, the
block 20 is formed with a depending square stud
Áholder and clarinet will bereadily supported
ceive an openA ended clasp 28.
In the present
' instance the clasp embodies an angular socket
y
Figure 3 is a front view of the musicholder
detached from the clarinet support means,
Figure 4 is a vertical section thereof,
Figure 5 isa topV plan view of theV clarinet
29 within wh/îch the end 2‘I is inserted andis
` heldv in place by a thumb screw 3‘0.
The oppo
site end of the bar is bent intermediate its length
asv at 3l, thence> downwardly .s0 as to extend in4
a vertical plane as at 32, and then finally bent
support bar.
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at right angles so as to lie in a horizontal plane
Figure 6 is a side elevation thereof,
in
the form of a support arm 33, `for securement
Figure 'I is an end view thereof;
. Figure 8 is a side elevation of the adjustable ' ,of an instrument support and -thumblhoolg gen
thumb hook,
erally indicated by the reference character 34,
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Figure 9 is a bottom plan view thereof(
Figure 10 is an'end view thereof.
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Figure 11 is ‘a cross section on 'the lineY II-II . of Figure 9.
»'I‘hereis illustrated a music support I0 sub
stantially rectangular in plan, having respective
short side walls II between which an auxiliary
as will be explained. .
.
For securing the holder I0 to the bar 2B, I
provide a chuck 35, which consists of a base memf
ber 36 having an angular opening corresponding
to the cross sectional shape of the bar 26, and
receives the latter therethrough. The base mem
ber 35 is slidable upon the bar, but may be se
cured in a desired position by means of a thumb
support I2 is adjustably retained, the latter be
ing extensible to accommodate larger sheets of 40 Screw 31. Integrally formed with the base 35,
there is an upstanding collar 38, having an an
music as required. At the lower edge of the
gular aperture into which the stud -24 is posi
walls II forwardly extended flanges I3 are formed
tioned. A thumb screw 39 is employed for hold
suitably apertured for oscillatably mounting a
ing the stud 24 and music holder I0 in proper
shaft I4 of a clamp device I5. vThe clamp I5
consists of a pair of suitably spaced arms I 6 45 position. From the foregoing, it will be apparent
«that by'loosening the thumb-screw 31 the chuck
integrally formed with the shaft I4 and of a
35 and the associated music holder III may be
length less than the height of the support IIJ,
moved longitudinally along _the bar 26 so as to
the outer ends of the arms being provided with
accommodate the device to musicians having near
longitudinal bores into which respective termi
nal ends I'I of a clamp wire I8 are frictionally 50
engaged. The clamp wire I8 'may be adjusted
lengthwise of the arms I6 so as to engage sheet
music of larger sizes. The arms I6 and the wire
I8' are ñrmly pressed~ against the upper edges
_ of the sheet music by virtue of springs I9 secured
or far vision.
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The clasp 28 will engage a forward portion of
an instrument for partial support of the music
holder III, while the combined instrument support
and thumb hook 34 functions for retention of the
Y instrument in proper position with respect to the
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music holder I0. An elongated saddle 4U is em
i
being secured to the member against movement
longitudinally thereof, the other one of said parts
ployed, suitably shaped to receive the body of the
instrument therewith and preferably the instru
being attached to the member for sliding move
ment is ñrmly secured therein by means of clamp
ment thereof, resilient means normally urging
collars 4I’ at respective ends of the saddle. Ad Ul movement of the said other part toward and into
jacent the front end of the saddle 40 a block 4I
cooperative relation with the said one part, and
is secured, the latter having an angular opening
means for securing the said other part of the hook
for reception of the arm 33.
against movement.
2. In a device of the character described, a rel
A thumb nut 42 is
employed to secure the block 4l in an adjusted
position upon the arm.
10 atively long transversely arcuate saddle adapted
Upon the underside of the saddle a separable
to position against and receive the side of a musi
thumb hook 43 is mounted, consisting of two semi
cal instrument such as a clarinet, means at each
circular members 44 and 45, the latter being piv
Y end of the saddle which encircle the instrument
otally mounted upon a stud 46 and havingan
-to secure uthe saddle thereto, a substantially cir
edge complementary to a bias cut edge of the 15 cular thumb hook upon the side of the saddle
member 44. The thumb member 44 is longitu
opposite from said means and comprising two
dinally slidable between opposed guides 41 and is
portions, one of said portions being attached to
held in operative position against the member 45 . thesaddle and held thereon against movement
by means of a helical spring 48 interposed between
longitudinally thereof, the other of said portions
the member 4| and a, loop member 49 secured 20 having an extension positioned against the saddle,
.upon the longitudinal extension 5D of the thumb
spaced guides carried by the ysaddle betweenwhich
memberv 44` If found necessary, a guide 5I may
said extension is slidably held, a ñxed member
be ,employed to insure. proper retention `ofthe
upon the saddle spaced from said extension, and
spring.
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a spring attached at one end to said fixed mem
’.In order that the thumb member 44 may be 25 ber and coupled at its other end With said exten
held in a retracted position, a lspring-pressed pin `
sion and normally urging the said other portion
of. the substantially circular member toward 'the
saidñxed >one portion thereof.
52 is employed, suitably mounted in the loop 49
and complementa] to spaced openings 53 formed
in the saddle 40.
. If desired,- a flashlight 54 may be suitably sup
ported upon the music holder Il), which of course,
would be essential when a musician is required
3. A device as set forth in claim 2, with means
30 carried by said extension for connection with the
saddle at selected points longitudinally thereof.
4. A device asset forth in claim 2, in which
the said ñxed member attached tothe saddlehas
From the foregoing it will be seen that I have
a socket forming opening therein, and abinding
provided a very simple construction for support of 35 screw threaded into the íixed member for exten
sheet music, in which the holder proper is adjust
Asion into said opening for Abinding engagement
'ably supported and in which the entire device. . with an element inserted into theopening.
maybe. quickly attached or detached from the
5. A device of the character stated for connec
to play at.. night.
thumb 'of a musician.
Itis to be understood that While I have dis
’ closed my invention in full details in the best form
’ known to me, nevertheless, -this `is purely exem
V tion with a musical instrument such as a clarinet,
40 comprising` a relatively long member designed to
plary, and various modifications in the construc
tion, and arrangement of parts„substitution of
materials and mechanical equivalents may be
made Without departing from the spirit of the in
vention, except as more specifically set forth in
the appended claims.
I claim:
1. In a device of the character described, an
elongated .member designed to be positioned lon
gitudinally of a musical instrument such as a
clarinet, means at each end of the member for
detachable connection with the instrument, a
thumb hook carried by the member upon the side ~
»of the member opposite from said means, and
comprising two arcuate parts, one of said parts
position against the side of ther instrument to
extend longitudinally thereof, means for securing
the member at its ends tothe instrument, a block
body secured to the member and having a later
ally directed opening, a binding screw carried by
the block for extension into the opening, a rela
tively long rod, a clasp carried by the rod` at one
end adapted to receive the instrument, the rod
at its other end being shaped to provide'an offset
terminal portion extended into said opening, said
rod being supported longitudinally of theinstru
ment upon. the side thereof opposite `from the
member, ai‘f‘slide mounted upon the rod for move
ment longitudinally thereon, and means forming
a part of the slide facilitating the attachment of
a music support thereto.
.NILS SOLBERG.>
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