The trumpet and the coronet is basically the same instrument. You use the same fingerings, breathing techniques, same armature, and the valve system is built the same way.
The main differences are: The trumpet is built on the cylindrical bore system. All the way from the beginning of the horn to the beginning of the bell pipe it is just about the same bore size.
The coronet was designed with a conical bore system. This is where the bore slightly expands from the beginning until it reaches the end of the horn. Both the Cornet and the trumpet have about the same vibration but the Cornet seems to offer a little more resistant, giving the player a little more pressure when they are playing.
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