CPC Definition - Subclass G10B

Last Updated Version: 2019.01
ORGANS, HARMONIUMS OR SIMILAR WIND MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS WITH ASSOCIATED BLOWING APPARATUS (accordions, concertinas or the like or keyboards therefor G10D 11/00; automatic wind instruments G10F 1/12)
Definition statement

This place covers:

General design of organs, harmoniums, or similar wind musical instruments with associated blowing apparatus. Details or accessories thereof.

Relationships with other classification places

Wind instruments in general are classified in G10D.

References
Limiting references

This place does not cover:

Accordions or concertinas; Keyboards therefor

G10D 11/00

Automatic wind instruments

G10F 1/12

Informative references

Attention is drawn to the following places, which may be of interest for search:

Musical toys per se

A63H

Keyboards or keys for pianos, harpsichords, spinets or similar stringed musical instruments with one or more keyboard

G10C 3/12

Wind musical instruments, e.g. flutes, ocarinas, oboes, clarinets, bagpipes, saxophones, trumpets; general design, details and accessories therefor

G10D 7/00, G10D 9/00

Mouth organs

G10D 7/12

Aids for music; Supports for musical instruments; Other separate auxiliary devices or accessories

G10G

Details of electrophonic musical instruments; Instruments in which the tones are generated by electromechanical means; Instruments in which tones are generated by electronic generators (electronic organs), or in which the tones are synthesised from a data store (computer organs)

G10H

Special rules of classification

In this subclass, multi-aspect classification is applied, so that subject matter characterised by aspects covered by more than one of its groups should be classified in each of those groups.

In this subclass, the type of instrument is classified in group G10B 1/00, while details or accessories are classified in group G10B 3/00.

Glossary of terms

In this place, the following terms or expressions are used with the meaning indicated:

Organ

In this subclass, the term 'organ' refers to a musical instrument played from at least one keyboard, and possibly a pedal board, which produces sound by the movement of air in pipes, the air or 'wind' being supplied by blowing apparatus which may comprise a source of wind and a reservoir, for example an electric blower and bellows.

Blowers
References
Informative references

Attention is drawn to the following places, which may be of interest for search:

Compressors, blowers, per se

F04

Keys or keyboards; Manuals
References
Informative references

Attention is drawn to the following places, which may be of interest for search:

Keyboards for musical instruments in general

G10C 3/12