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Alto recorder Denner tulipwood

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Tulipwood, baroque double holes
766
Sales price: 766,00 €
Hersteller: 
Mollenhauer
 / Art.-Nr.: 
5225
 / GTIN: 
4260261320958
Description

The re-designed Denner Alto
Elegant full sound, usually only heard in low pitched recorders. The re-designed traditional bore creates a well-balanced baroque timbre of distinctive beauty and stability. It offers players new musical expressiveness with perfect intonation.

  • flexible sound
  • balanced in all registers
  • stable intonation

Denner – A wealth of sound from fine woods
Infos to the different woods you can find here.

A sophisticated ensemble based on original instruments by Jacob Denner (1681–1735) in the important musical instrument collections in Nuremberg and Copenhagen.

Brilliant, expressive sound with a convincing charm.

Agile, quick response in all octaves: ideal for virtuosic music of any era.

Undercut finger holes: discover the particularly stable sounds of these instruments.

Visually impressive: finely crafted ornamental rings and a surface pleasingly finished with oil.

Wood type: Tulipwood

Fingering: Baroque with double holes

Fingering chart: download

Range: f1 – c4

Pitch: a1 = 442 Hz

Alto recorder Mollenhauer 5225 Denner baroque tulipwood

  • Instrument
  • Cotton bag with leather trim
  • Cleaning rod wood
  • Joint grease
  • Fingering chart
  • Maintenance instructions

Mollenhauer
Denner
Recorder material/Wood

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