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Recorders for professionals

The recorder is an instrument with a history reaching far into the past, resulting in music  influenced by the different eras and  rich in variety. The players` needs also make demands on instruments as well as the music. Choose the instrument that is the right musical partner for you from our range of recorders, all specifically crafted, manufactured and tuned. 

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Series: Flauto Rondo

The Moeck Flauto Rondo is designed for players who have gained some experience and require a more flexible tone and increased dynamic potential. It is comfortable to hold and allows for easy fingering. The Flauto Rondo has a balanced tone in all registers, which can be achieved even without perfect breathing technique and which blends in well in ensemble playing. The wood of choice is maple wood or pear wood. Rondo recorders are available in all sizes from sopranino to great bass in c. All recorders with baroque fingering have double holes and keys - they are the guarantee for perfectly pitched chromatic playing. The Rondo is the suitable instrument for those looking for an inexpensive and reliable recorder, and who enjoy making music with other recorder players. However it does not mean that their owners should shy away from playing solo repertoire.

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Cotton bag with leather edging (basses and PLUS tenor recorders in case), cleaning rod and cloth, cork grease, certificate, fingering chart

Series: Rottenburgh

The Rottenburgh is the instrument of choice for those recorder players who wish to play music at an advanced level. It is a reliable instrument with a carrying tone, whether played in small or large ensembles. It also lends itself perfectly for solo pieces, e.g. for sonatas with basso continuo. The Rottenburgh is the ideal all rounder: reliable, balanced and with a full tone. Depending on the wood it has a warm full sound for ensemble playing and is beautifully clear and expressive as a solo instrument. All Rottenburgh recorders have double holes or double keys and are played with the baroque fingering technique. Choose the instrument which is just right for you from our wide range of different woods and variety of equipment.

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Box or leather bag (as desired, 4290 + 4291 in cotton bags with leather hem), cleaning rod and cloth, cork grease, certificate with manual for maintenance, fingering chart and maintenance kit (except for models made of maple wood and pearwood)

 

(Adjustable bass-set): Case, cleaning rod and cloth, cork grease, certificate with manual for maintenance, fingering chart and maintenance kit

Series: Soprano Recorders Based on a Model by Jan Steenbergen

Baroque Timbre - Brilliant High Register. Our Steenbergen model is based on an original instrument from the legendary recorder Collection of Frans Brüggen. Their "typically baroque" glowing and warm sound makes these instrument very expressive solo instruments.

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Leather bag, cleaning rod and cloth, cork grease, certificate with manual for maintenance, fingering chart and maintenance kit

Series: Denner

The Supple Alto Recorder Based on a Model by Jacob Denner (Nuremberg, 1681-1735) "Our" Denner is modelled on a recorder from the "Musikhistorisk Museum" in Copenhagen. According to many renowned recorder makers it is the best preserved instrument made by Denner. The Denner speaks clearly and effortlessly and the tone colour is perfectly balanced in all registers. It has a slender and refined tone with a brilliance to it rendering it ideal for solo playing. This agile instrument is most reliable in all registers and is therefore particularly suitable for virtuose music with many fast notes involved for instance in the works of Georg Philipp Telemann.

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Box, cleaning rod and cloth, cork grease, certificate with manual for maintenance, fingering chart and maintenance kit

Series: Stanesby

The Expressive Dynamic Baroque Alto Recorder Based on a Model by Thomas Stanesby senior (London, 1668 - 1734). The warm and full sound of the alto recorder by Thomas Stanesby senior has a particular charm and is copied from an original in the collection of Frans Brüggen in Amsterdam. This model is a very effective solo instrument owing to ist beautiful sound, easy response and reliability.

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Box, cleaning rod and cloth, cork grease, certificate with manual for maintenance, fingering chart and maintenance kit

Series: Ehlert

The Modern Recorders by Ralf Ehlert
Celle, *1960
Ehlert Soprano, Alto, Tenore.
Ehlert recorders have a range of 2 1/2 octaves. C sharp4 (soprano), f sharp3 (alto) and c sharp3 (tenor) can be comfortably played without having to cover the bell hole. The Ehlert recorders have been modelled on baroque tenors (Hotteterre, Bressan i.a.) as well as German recorders around 1930 with long diapason and therefore can be played with the customary baroque fingering. Thus, there is no adaption for the fingering required. There is only additional fingering necessary for the highest notes.

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Box (tenor in case), cleaning rod and cloth, cork grease, certificate with manual for maintenance, fingering chart and maintenance kit

Series: Subbass

Our Subbass is the first recorder in this register which players can blow directly. With its elegant head and delicate beak, players have manifold possibilities for articulation which otherwise were known only on instruments in a higher pitch. Our Subbass gives a well balanced timbre and stands for an effortless response in a range over two octaves. Players who are not so tall nevertheless have no problem playing this instrument despite its size, made possible by its exceptional construction. It can be played whilst sitting or standing due to the bell reinforcement and the spike which is included in delivery. The strap, which is likewise included in delivery, enables players to move around freely as they wish where ever they are playing. As a result of this flexibility, the player is neither bound to a definite position on stage nor to a rigid body posture. Our new Subbass leaves nothing to chance for comfortable music making.

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Spike, neck strap and an 2-wheeled hard case

Series: Hotteterre

Tenor Recorers Based on Models by Jean Hotteterre (Paris, after 1640). The Hotteterre tenor has a powerful and warm sound in all registers. The instrument is most suitable for solo playing and its extended compass of 2 1/2 octaves gives access to the baroque flute literature. Because of their considerable length the instruments have keys for the lower notes. 

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Case, cleaning rod and cloth, cork grease, certificate with manual for maintenance, fingering chart and maintenance kit

Series: Kynseker

Soprano and Alto Recorders Based on Models by Hieronimus Franciscus Kynseker (Nuremberg, 1636 - 1686). It is obvious from its shape that the Kynseker is the link between the straight form of the Renaissance recorders and the extravagantly turned baroque recorder. But the inner construction and its sound also indicate an intermediate stage of the history of recorder making.
- its bore is narrower than the renaissance recorder but wider than the baroque recorder
-some of the finger holes are smaller than those of the renaissance recorders but larger than those of the baroque recorder
-its range is more extensive than the renaissance recorder
-its sound is almost as powerful and well-based as the renaissance recorder, but is better defined and more flexible. But it still does not match the elegance and agility of the baroque recorder
All instruments with two joints, baroque fingering, single holes.

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Case, cleaning rod and cloth, cork grease, certificate with manual for maintenance, fingering chart and maintenance kit

Series: Renaissance Consort

This famous collection comprises a large amount of well kept Renaissance recorders that are often built in one piece. Our Renaissance recorders have tenons in the head- and lower joint and are linked with a short brass tube.

 

The fingerings of the Renaissance recorders are different to the English or baroque fingerings. We advise to opt for the original fingerings but we also sell instruments with baroque fingerings. Moreover if desired, we tune the instruments to mean-tone temperament which, when using the original fingerings will make ensemble playing and the intonation of pure major thirds far easier. The instruments have a range of an octave plus a sixth.

 

The basic tuning is 440 Hz (other than the original tuning at ca. 460 Hz) which can be slightly adjusted by the short metal ring that links the tenons. When tuning the instruments, we take special care that the individual recorders blend well together and cannot be singled out by their sound or volume.

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Case, cleaning rod and cloth, cork grease, certificate with manual for maintenance, fingering chart and maintenance kit

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