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. read more... =>
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.
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.
soprano recorder Moeck 2203 Flauto Rondo, pearwood stained soprano recorder in pearwood stained, a=442Hz, two-pieces with double hole and baroque fingering for ensemble playing, for players who already have basic recorder