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JP2006163382A
JP2006163382A JP2005327835A JP2005327835A JP2006163382A JP 2006163382 A JP2006163382 A JP 2006163382A JP 2005327835 A JP2005327835 A JP 2005327835A JP 2005327835 A JP2005327835 A JP 2005327835A JP 2006163382 A JP2006163382 A JP 2006163382A
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Shinji Ishimori
信二 石森
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<P>PROBLEM TO BE SOLVED: To solve the problem associated with a conventional metallic ligature in which resonance of the ligature itself caused by the vibration of a reed can not be completely suppressed, and tone color has a tendency to be hard. <P>SOLUTION: The ligature has a plate 101 which contacts with the reed to fix it, at least two strings 102 and 103 in which portions of the strings are fixed to the plate 101 and tightening members 104, 105 and 106 which are used to tighten both ends of the at least two strings 102 and 103 to press contact the plate 101 to the reed. <P>COPYRIGHT: (C)2006,JPO&NCIPI

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  The present invention relates to a ligature for fixing a lead to a mouthpiece of a wind instrument.

  A ligature for fixing a lead to a mouthpiece used in a single-lead wind instrument is generally known as a fastener for fixing the lead. Conventionally, such ligatures have been mainly made of metal, but recently, plastic, synthetic rubber, and a combination of metal and synthetic rubber have been sold.

  It is known that such a ligature affects not only the instrument for fixing the lead but also the timbre of the musical instrument by its resonance. That is, it is considered that the ligature's self-resonance is induced by the vibration transmitted from the fixed lead, and the resonance influences the vibration of the lead to influence the tone of the musical instrument.

  In addition, there has been proposed a ligature in which a resonance portion of a flat plate, a rod shape, or a lump shape is installed near the portion in contact with the lead without receiving the stress accompanying the attachment of the lead (Patent Document). 1).

In addition, the vibration of the lead is improved by providing a bar between the two metal rings and fixing the lead by abutting it in the longitudinal direction of the lead with the bar attached to the mouthpiece. A ligature that has been made has also been proposed (Patent Document 2).
JP-A-8-16157 Japanese Patent Laid-Open No. 10-124043

  However, in the conventional metal ligature, the resonance of the ligature itself with respect to the vibration of the lead cannot be completely suppressed, and the tone becomes hard. In addition, ligatures such as leather and synthetic rubber have a tendency that the reed and mouthpiece do not vibrate smoothly, resulting in poor response and a resonating tone.

  The present invention has been made in view of the above problems, and the feature of the present invention is that the player can fix the lead by fastening the fixing member for fixing the lead with a string without suppressing the vibration of the lead. Therefore, it is to provide a ligature that provides a responsive feeling of playing.

  Another object of the present invention is to provide a ligature that can improve a timbre and feeling of wind such as saxophone and clarinet, and can obtain a light and gentle timbre.

  The above features are achieved by combinations of the features described in the independent claims, and the dependent claims define merely advantageous embodiments of the invention.

A ligature according to one embodiment of the present invention has the following configuration. That is,
A fixing member for contacting the lead and fixing the lead;
At least two strings partially fixed to the fixing member;
A fastening member for pressing the fixing member against the lead by pulling both ends of the at least two strings in a state of being attached to the mouthpiece.

A ligature according to one embodiment of the present invention has the following configuration. That is,
A fixing member for contacting the lead and fixing the lead;
While holding the fixing member in a replaceable manner, a fastening member attached to the mouthpiece in a state attached to the mouthpiece;
And a fastening member for fastening the fastening member to press-contact the fixing member to the lead.

  The fixing member of the present invention is preferably composed of any of ebony, rosewood or rosewood.

  Furthermore, a plurality of protrusions are provided on the surface of the fixing member that contacts the lead.

  The plurality of protrusions include a linear ridge extending in the longitudinal direction of the lead.

  Further, the attachment member includes any one of cloth, leather, string, or synthetic leather.

  Further, an operation member (corresponding to the knobs 106 and 408 and the screw portions 107 and 407 in the embodiment) for moving the fastening members in directions close to each other is further included.

  Moreover, it has a some fixed piece contact | abutted to the mouthpiece main body in the state fixed to the at least 2 string and attached to the mouthpiece. This fixing piece may be made of the same material as the above-described fixing member.

  The summary of the present invention does not enumerate all necessary features, and therefore, a sub-combination of these feature groups can also be an invention.

  According to the present invention, the resonance of the ligature due to the vibration of the lead can be completely prevented, so that the sound of wind instruments such as clarinet and saxophone becomes light and gentle.

  In addition, the stress on the reed and mouthpiece can be reduced, and a sound with good sound can be generated. In addition, since the vibration of the lead is not suppressed, there is an effect that the speed of the musical instrument to the player's breath can be increased.

  DESCRIPTION OF EMBODIMENTS Hereinafter, preferred embodiments of the present invention will be described in detail with reference to the accompanying drawings. The following embodiments do not limit the invention according to the claims, and all combinations of features described in the embodiments described below are essential to the solution means of the present invention. Not necessarily.

[Embodiment 1]
FIG. 1 is a general view for explaining the configuration of a ligature 100 according to Embodiment 1 of the present invention.

  In the figure, reference numeral 101 denotes a fixing member (plate) for making contact with a lead attached to the mouthpiece and fixing the lead to the mouthpiece. Reference numerals 102 and 103 denote string members, the approximate center of which is fixed to the plate 101. Further, both ends of the string members are inserted through the holes 110 provided in the fastening members 104 and 105 so as not to come out of the holes 110. The tip is rounded or a member 111 larger than the diameter of the hole is connected to the tip. The tightening members 104 and 105 are moved in directions close to each other by the rotation of the screw portion 107 by rotating the knob 106 in the clockwise direction. Thereby, the string members 102 and 103 are in a state of tightening the mouthpiece, and the ligature 100 is configured to tighten and fix the mouthpiece. The tip member 108 is attached as a fastener for preventing the screw portion 107 from being detached from the fastening members 104 and 105.

  The material of the plate 101 may be wood, ebony, rosewood, rosewood, or marble. The string members 103 and 104 may be silk or synthetic resin strings. Moreover, although the case where the number of the string members 103 and 104 is two is shown, three or more may be sufficient.

  FIG. 2 is a diagram illustrating the shape of the plate 101 according to this embodiment.

  FIG. 2 shows the plate 101 as viewed from the side in contact with the lead. In this embodiment, two linear protrusions (projections) 201 and 202 are provided substantially in parallel. Yes. 210 is a side view of the plate.

  As a result, the contact area between the plate 101 and the lead can be reduced, and even when the lead is pressed against the lead and fixed to the mouthpiece, the vibration of the lead can be suppressed as much as possible.

  210 is a side view of the plate 101. In addition, when the shape of this plate 101 is attached to a mouthpiece as shown in FIG. 3, the tightening force by the string members 102 and 103 wound around the mouthpiece is equally applied as shown in FIG. It is desirable that a little curvature be provided.

  The convex portions provided on the plate 101 are not limited to those having the shape shown in FIG. 2. For example, a plurality of circular or polygonal projections (convex portions) are provided, and the leads are press-contacted by the plurality of projections. May be. Further, the number of these convex portions is not limited to the number of the present embodiment.

  FIG. 3 is a schematic perspective view showing a state in which the ligature 100 according to the first embodiment is attached to the single lead mouthpiece 301, and the same parts as those in FIG.

  Reference numeral 301 denotes a mouthpiece, and 302 denotes a lead. The operation for attaching in this way will be described. First, the lead 302 is attached to the mouthpiece 301 to align the position, and the plate 101 comes into contact with and abuts the lead 302 in a state where the fastening members 104 and 105 are loosened by the knob 106. Attach the ligature 100 as follows. In this state, the string members 102 and 103 are wound around the mouthpiece 301. Then, by rotating the knob 106 in the clockwise direction, the ends of the string members 102 and 103 are pulled and fastened so that the fastening members 104 and 105 are close to each other, and the ligature 100 is moved to the mouthpiece as shown in FIG. Secure to 301. In the state shown in FIG. 3, the plate 101 presses the lead 302 with the two protrusions 201 and 202 shown in FIG.

  In the state of FIG. 3, the lead 302 is in contact only with the plate 101, and vibration transmitted from the lead 302 to the plate 101 is not transmitted to other members of the ligature 100. This is because the string members 102 and 103 completely block vibration transmission.

  As described above, according to the ligature according to the first embodiment, the resonance of the ligature due to the vibration of the lead can be completely prevented, so that the sound of wind instruments such as clarinet and saxophone becomes light and gentle.

  Further, since the lead is fixed to the mouthpiece by tightening (tightening) the mouthpiece with the string member, the stress on the lead and the mouthpiece can be reduced, and a sound with good sound can be generated. In addition, since the vibration of the lead is not suppressed, the speed until the instrument sounds with respect to the player's breath can be increased.

[Embodiment 2]
Next, the ligature according to the second embodiment of the present invention will be described. In the ligature according to the second embodiment, the aforementioned plate 101 can be replaced.

  FIG. 4 is an overview diagram showing the configuration of the ligature 400 according to Embodiment 2 of the present invention.

  In the ligature 400 according to the second embodiment, instead of the string members 102 and 103 of the first embodiment, leather is used as the winding member 402 for winding and attaching to the mouthpiece. This is different from the ligature 100 according to the first embodiment. In this ligature 400, the plate 401 can be replaced.

  FIG. 5 is a view for explaining the structure of the plate 401 according to Embodiment 2 of the present invention.

  A screw portion 406 is erected on the plate 401, and the screw portion 406 is attached with a nut 405 through a hole provided in a winding member (sticking member) 402. Similar to the plate 101 according to the first embodiment, projections 201 and 202 for reducing the contact area with the lead 302 are provided on the surface of the plate 401 that contacts the lead.

  In FIG. 4 again, 403 and 404 have the same function as the fastening members 104 and 105 of the first embodiment described above, and are encapsulated in the fastening member 402. When the knob 408 is rotated in the clockwise direction in this state, the screw portion 407 is rotated, and the fastening members 403 and 404 are moved in directions close to each other, so that the ligature 400 can be fixed to the mouthpiece.

  The means for attaching the plate 401 to the attachment member 402 is not limited to the configuration shown in FIG. 5. For example, a fitting opening provided in the attachment member 402 and an attachment member attached to the plate 401 are provided. The plate 401 may be attached to the attachment member 402 by fitting them. Alternatively, a hook-and-loop fastener (for example, Velcro (registered trademark), for example) is attached to the side of the plate 401 opposite to the side in contact with the lead, and a hook-and-loop fastener is also attached to the inner side of the adhesive member 402. 401 may be fixed.

  FIG. 6 is a schematic perspective view showing a state in which the ligature 400 according to the second embodiment is attached to the single lead mouthpiece 301, and the same parts as those in FIG. 4 are indicated by the same symbols.

  Reference numeral 301 denotes a mouthpiece, and 302 denotes a lead. The operation for mounting in this way will be described. First, the lead 302 is aligned with the mouthpiece 301, and the tightening members 403 and 404 are loosened by the knob 408, so that the plate 401 comes into contact with and comes into contact with the lead 302. Install. In this state, the attachment member 402 is wound around the mouthpiece 301 as shown in FIG. Then, by rotating the knob 408 in the clockwise direction, the end of the attachment member 402 is pulled and attached to the mouthpiece 301 so that the fastening members 403 and 404 are close to each other. As shown in FIG. 400 is fixed to the mouthpiece 301. Also in the ligature 400 according to the second embodiment, since the leather is used for the attachment member 402, it is possible to prevent the vibration of the lead from being transmitted to the entire ligature.

  When the plate 401 is replaced, in the state shown in FIG. 4, the screw portion 406 may be removed from the attachment member 402 by removing the nut 405 and replaced with a desired plate 401.

  Further, cloth or synthetic leather may be used for the attachment member 402.

  As described above, according to the ligature according to the third embodiment, the resonance of the ligature due to the vibration of the lead can be completely prevented, so that the sound of wind instruments such as clarinet and saxophone becomes light and gentle.

  Further, since the lead is fixed by fastening with a fastening member such as leather, the stress on the lead and mouthpiece can be reduced, and a sound with good sound can be generated. In addition, since the vibration of the lead is not suppressed, the speed until the instrument sounds with respect to the player's breath can be increased.

[Embodiment 3]
Next, the ligature 120 according to Embodiment 3 of the present invention will be described. The ligature according to the third embodiment is a ligature according to the first embodiment, in which a fixing piece 109 is further provided between the string members 102 and 103 and the mouthpiece body.

  FIG. 7 is a general view for explaining the configuration of the ligature 120 according to the third embodiment of the present invention. The parts common to those in FIG.

  As is clear from FIG. 7, the ligature 120 according to the third embodiment has a fixed piece 109 attached to each of the string members 102 and 103. The fixing piece 109 has, for example, the same cross-sectional shape as that of the fixing member 210 shown in FIG. 2, and the contact area with the mouthpiece body is reduced. As a result, while securing the lead to the mouthpiece body, the vibration of the mouthpiece body is prevented from being suppressed, and sound loss and sound quality are improved.

  FIG. 8 is a schematic perspective view showing a state in which the ligature 120 according to the third embodiment is attached to the single-lead mouthpiece 301, and the same parts as those in FIG.

  Reference numeral 301 denotes a mouthpiece, and 302 denotes a lead. The operation for attaching in this way will be described. First, the lead 302 is attached to the mouthpiece 301 to align the position, and the plate 101 comes into contact with and abuts the lead 302 in a state where the fastening members 104 and 105 are loosened by the knob 106. In addition, the ligature 100 is attached so that the fixed piece 109 contacts the outer periphery of the mouthpiece 301. In this state, the string members 102 and 103 wind the mouthpiece 301 through the fixed piece 109. Then, by rotating the knob 106 in the clockwise direction, the ends of the string members 102 and 103 are pulled and fastened so that the fastening members 104 and 105 are close to each other, and the ligature 120 is moved to the mouthpiece as shown in FIG. Secure to 301. In this state, the plate 101 press-contacts the lead 302 with the two protrusions 201 and 202 shown in FIG. 2, and the fixed piece 109 also has a protrusion (for example, 201 provided on the mouthpiece body). 202), the ligature 120 is fixed by pressing the mouthpiece body.

  In the state of FIG. 8, the lead 302 is only in contact with the plate 101, and vibration transmitted from the lead 302 to the plate 101 is not transmitted to other members of the ligature 100. This is because the string members 102 and 103 completely block vibration transmission.

  FIG. 9 is a view of the state in which the ligature 120 is attached to the mouthpiece 301 as shown in FIG. 8 as viewed from the side A (the side attached to the musical instrument) in FIG. Show.

  In FIG. 9, 310 is an opening for sending the player's breath to a wind instrument such as a saxophone, and the tip opening 311 can be seen beyond the chamber and baffle inside the mouthpiece. Here, the lead 302 is pressed and fixed by the plate 101 as in the first embodiment. Here, the plate 101 presses the lead 302 by the protrusions 201 and 202. Similarly, since each of the plurality of fixed pieces 109 is in contact with the main body of the mouthpiece 301 by the protruding portion, the contact area with the mouthpiece 301 can be reduced, thereby preventing the vibration of the mouthpiece from being suppressed. Yes.

  As described above, according to the ligature according to the third embodiment, the resonance of the ligature 120 due to the vibration of the lead 302 can be completely prevented, and the vibration of the mouthpiece body can be prevented from being suppressed. Therefore, wind instruments such as clarinet and saxophone The sound is light and gentle.

  In addition, the lead is fixed to the mouthpiece by tightening (tightening) the mouthpiece with a string member via a fixing piece (wood piece), so that the stress on the lead and mouthpiece can be reduced and a sound with good sounding can be generated. Can do. In addition, since the vibration of the lead is not suppressed, the speed until the instrument sounds with respect to the player's breath can be increased.

  Note that the number of fixed pieces shown in the third embodiment is merely an example, and is not limited to the number of the third embodiment.

  The material of the fixed piece may be the same material (wood, ebony, rosewood, rosewood, or marble) as the plate 101 according to the first and second embodiments.

  In addition, the material of the fixing member 101 and the fixing piece 109 may be the same material as the main part of a woodwind instrument such as clarinet, for example, granadilla.

It is a general-view figure explaining the structure of the ligature which concerns on Embodiment 1 of this invention. It is a figure explaining the shape of the plate which concerns on this Embodiment. It is a general-view perspective view which shows the state which attached the ligature which concerns on this Embodiment 1 to the mouthpiece of a single lead. It is a general-view figure which shows the structure of the ligature which concerns on Embodiment 2 of this invention. It is a figure explaining the structure of the plate which concerns on Embodiment 2 of this invention. It is a general-view perspective view which shows the state which attached the ligature which concerns on this Embodiment 2 to the mouthpiece 301 of a single lead. It is a general-view figure explaining the structure of the ligature which concerns on Embodiment 3 of this invention. It is a general | schematic perspective view which shows the state which attached the ligature which concerns on this Embodiment 3 to the mouthpiece of a single lead. It is the figure which looked at the state where the ligature was attached to the mouthpiece shown in FIG. 8 from the A side (side attached to a musical instrument) of FIG.

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101, 401 Plate 102, 103 String member 104, 105, 403, 404 Fastening member 109 Fixed piece 106, 408 Knob 107, 407 Screw part 301 Mouthpiece 402 Winding member (sticking member)
405 Nut 406 Screw part

Claims (10)

  1. A fixing member for contacting the lead and fixing the lead;
    At least two strings partially fixed to the fixing member;
    A clamping member for pressing the fixing member against the lead by pulling both ends of the at least two strings in a state of being attached to the mouthpiece,
    A ligature characterized by comprising:
  2. A fixing member for contacting the lead and fixing the lead;
    While holding the fixing member in a replaceable manner, a fastening member attached to the mouthpiece in a state attached to the mouthpiece;
    A ligature comprising: a fastening member for fastening the fastening member to press-contact the fixing member to the lead.
  3.   The ligature according to claim 1 or 2, wherein the fixing member is made of any of ebony, rosewood, or rosewood.
  4.   The ligature according to claim 1, wherein a plurality of protrusions are provided on a surface of the fixing member that contacts the lead.
  5.   The ligature according to claim 4, wherein the plurality of protrusions include linear ridges extending in a longitudinal direction of the lead.
  6.   The ligature according to claim 2, wherein the attachment member is one of cloth, leather, string, or synthetic leather.
  7.   The ligature according to any one of claims 1 to 6, further comprising an operation member for moving the tightening members in directions close to each other.
  8.   2. The ligature according to claim 1, further comprising a plurality of fixing pieces fixed to the at least two strings and contacting the mouthpiece body in a state of being attached to the mouthpiece.
  9.   The ligature according to claim 8, wherein the fixing piece is made of the same material as the fixing member.
  10.   The ligature according to claim 8 or 9, wherein a plurality of protrusions are provided on a surface of the fixed piece that contacts the mouthpiece body.
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WO2014162325A1 (en) * 2013-04-05 2014-10-09 Pellizzari Alberto Device for fastening a single reed to the mouthpiece of a single-reed wind instrument
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JP2008233250A (en) * 2007-03-16 2008-10-02 Junichi Onozawa Ligature for woodwind instruments
KR100902129B1 (en) * 2007-04-23 2009-06-10 이승윤 The Ligature for adjusting the tension of the Reed
JP2009300674A (en) * 2008-06-12 2009-12-24 Yamaha Corp Ligature for single reed instruments
KR101241345B1 (en) * 2011-04-06 2013-03-11 김일로 Ligature for two-handed operation
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KR101572762B1 (en) * 2014-06-25 2015-11-27 김현선 Ligature of wind instrument
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