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  • Professional repairs in our own workshop by qualified recorder maker
  • Consignment on approval within Germany
  • Expert advice from experienced professional musicians
  • Shipping is free within Germany with a minimum order of 25 Euro
  • All of our instruments are tested for sound, responsiveness and intonation.
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All of our instruments are tested thoroughly for tuning, response and sound.

We guarantee this for every instrument purchased from us with our seal of quality.


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Knowledge

Here you will find instructions for play in and care of your new recorder as well as a guide to help you with your purchase decision of a new recorder and what to do against recorder croakiness. Furthermore we have added interesting links and addresses, magazines for recorder players and a small film Radio Bremen shot in our shop in Bremen.

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  • treble recorder Margret Löbner 442 Hz. europ. boxwood

     fine handcrafted alto recorder by Margret Löbner in a=442 Hz made of European box wood, surface oiled and polished, finger holes undercut, arched windway

    I can rightly call this instrument my own development. The recorder has the smooth and brilliant sound of a baroque instrument thanks to the european boxwood. It has an easy responsiveness and a high tuning that fits well with other modern instruments. On deman also available in grenadilla. It is delivered in a silk brocade cover that is lined with pure sheepwool. With cleaning rod, oil and instruction to play in Tested for tuning, response and sound by us.


    EUR 1.480,00

    incl. 19 % VAT excl. shipping costs
  • soprano recorder Löbner Steenbergen, 442 Hz, europ. boxwood

    soprano recorder Löbner Steenbergen, 442 Hz, europ. boxwood

    Based on the soprano recorder in 415 Hz I developed a soprano recorder in 442 Hz. A little leaner in the hand and in sound as her 'big sister? it distinguishes itself through its brilliance in sound. Only available in european boxwood. It is delivered in a silk brocade cover that is lined with pure sheepwool. With cleaning rod, oil and instruction to play in Tested for tuning, response and sound by us.


    EUR 1.100,00

    incl. 19 % VAT excl. shipping costs
  • soprano recorder Löbner Steenbergen, 415Hz, europ. boxwood

    soprano recorder Löbner Steenbergen, 415Hz, europ. boxwood

    Copy of the instrument from the collection of Frans Brüggen. Made from european boxwood, either stained or unstained. The recorder is 3-parted with an adjustable foot and double holes. It has an almost bewitching brilliant sound. It is delivered in a silk brocade cover that is lined with pure sheepwool. With cleaning rod, oil and instruction to play in Tested for tuning, response and sound by us.


    EUR 1.100,00

    incl. 19 % VAT excl. shipping costs
  • treble recorder Löbner Bizey, 392 Hz, europ. boxwood

    treble recorder Löbner Bizey, 392 Hz, europ. boxwood

    A recorder, made in french tuning. The original is exposed in Washington. Lean in its outer shape, it is not penetratingly loud. Its sound is round and mawkish. Ofcourse it is only made from european boxwood and with double holes. It is delivered in a silk brocade cover that is lined with pure sheepwool. With cleaning rod, oil and instruction to play in Tested for tuning, response and sound by us.


    EUR 1.520,00

    incl. 19 % VAT excl. shipping costs
  • Voiceflute Löbner J. Chr. Denner, 415 Hz, europ. boxwood

    Voiceflute Löbner J. Chr. Denner, 415 Hz, europ. boxwood

    2 instruments of the same recorder maker served as models for my voiceflute. One voiceflute from the collection of Frans Brüggen and another one from the museum of Nuremberg. The outcome is a voiceflute that has a nice, broad and 'tenor' sound. It easily plays over 2 octaves. Aswell, it is made from european boxwood and with double holes. It is delivered in a silk brocade cover that is lined with pure sheepwool. 415 Hz, silk brocade cover cleaning rod, oil and instruction to play in Tested for tuning, response and sound by us.


    EUR 1.700,00

    incl. 19 % VAT excl. shipping costs
  • soprano recorder Löbner medieval, 442 Hz, maple/plum
    soprano recorder Löbner medieval, 442 Hz, maple/plum

    EUR 580,00

    incl. 19 % VAT excl. shipping costs
  • soprano recorder Löbner medieval, 466 Hz, maple/plum
    soprano recorder Löbner medieval, 466 Hz, maple/plum

    EUR 580,00

    incl. 19 % VAT excl. shipping costs
  • treble recorder (g) Löbner medevial, 466 Hz, maple/plum
    treble recorder (g) Löbner medevial, 466 Hz, maple/plum

    EUR 610,00

    incl. 19 % VAT excl. shipping costs
  • tenor recorder Löbner Dupuis, 415 Hz, ind. boxwood

    tenor recorder Löbner Dupuis, 415 Hz, ind. boxwood

    Again an original from France. It is in the collection of Frans Brüggen. To make it easier to play I made it with a moden double key and a double hole at hole 6. Hence it is no exact copy of the original. To prevent that it becomes too heavy, I use Indian boxwood for this recorder. It is stained in old manner. The sound is full and warm. 415 Hz, silk brocade cover, cleaning rod, oil and instruction to play in Tested for tuning, response and sound by us.


    EUR 1.800,00

    incl. 19 % VAT excl. shipping costs
  • treble recorder Margret Löbner 442 Hz, grenadilla

    treble recorder Margret Löbner 442 Hz, grenadilla

    It is delivered in a silk brocade cover that is lined with pure sheepwool. With cleaning rod, oil and instruction to play in Tested for tuning, response and sound by us.


    EUR 1.590,00

    incl. 19 % VAT excl. shipping costs
  • treble recorder Löbner Debey, 415 Hz, europ. boxwood

    treble recorder Löbner Debey, 415 Hz, europ. boxwood

    The original of this treble recorder is exposed in the museum of Utrecht. Only few is known about the maker of the original. He likely was French and came to Holland in the 18th century. The recorder has a relatively wide internal borehole and has a broad, warm and round sound. It is very suitable for French baroque music. It is delivered in a silk brocade cover that is lined with pure sheepwool. With cleaning rod, oil and instruction to play in Tested for tuning, response and sound by us.


    EUR 1.480,00

    incl. 19 % VAT excl. shipping costs
  • treble recorder (g) Löbner medieval, 442 Hz, maple/plum
    treble recorder (g) Löbner medieval, 442 Hz, maple/plum

    EUR 610,00

    incl. 19 % VAT excl. shipping costs