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The Leblanc horns are made by Beaugenier (sp?) in France, which is a wholly owned subsdidary of Leblanc and has been for many years. At one time or another, Vito horns have been made there, as well as by Yamaha and Yanigasawa. I believe the current alto and tenor are made at the Vito plant in Kenosha, Wisconsin. VitoPascucci obtained the stock of the Leblanc family a few years ago and now owns the company, which is run by his son, Leon Pascucci.
 

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Vito Pascucci told me about five years ago that Beaugenier, Yamaha i(n the 80's), Yanigasawa (bari and soprano only), and of course the Kenosha made horns. I think they outsource the baritone now from an Asian manufacturer. I'll see Dave Suber (Sales Manager and unoffical company historian) next week at the WSC and try to find out more.
 
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