French musician A. Frisho, living in London, invented a similar tool called them Basshorn, and the English master G - Astor he carried it out of the metal.
Since then usual material for басгорна became red or yellow copper, it is rarely applied tree (with brass inlay). Басгорн Фришо-Astor, known in Europe under the name of English Basshorn (Englisches Bas-shorn), had, as already mentioned.
Initially, two of them (cis and fis) used valves, later a number of valves increased to four (add dis and To). The volume of басгорна: C-g normal operation of the instrument In (in the military music used in E and in FF.
Despite significant shortcomings - heavier sound and bad intonationю- he stayed in the military orchestras of up to approximately 1830-ies.
This tool in 1806 has received the name «bass horn» (Basse-cor). However, the Commission of the professors of the Paris Conservatoryи with himм specified the name by specifying in the patent in 1810 - bass tube аBass-trompetete and it was fixed in the future. Bass tube Фришо acquired a certain extentи it has been used in concert practice кin Dn the Church оin CisCi in the military оin Cn.