A Brooklyn music studio has come to save the day for sleepy jazz musician Matthew Jodrell, whose brass instruments were nabbed on the N train as he dozed off. The flugelhorn was hand made especially for him in Switzerland where he traveled to pick it up; and his Bach Stradivarius trumpet was on loan from one of his teachers, who he says he sure "secretly wants to kill me." NY1 reports that Patricia Robinson and Peterson Grosvenor they offered the Juilliard student "one of several instruments they give to their students who can't afford to buy one of their own." The two said they couldn't imagine the musician going without and instrument, and when they read about the story, "I saw the picture of it. And I said, I have a Bach trumpet." Meanwhile, Jodrell is certain his instruments will turn up.