Sopranino recorder Denner castello-boxwood
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 Nuremberg and Copenhagen.
Reliable, accurate playing even in the highest register requires a versatile, clear and beautiful sounding instrument: our new sopranino after Denner.
- Brilliant baroque sound
- Carefully tuned
- Precision work in all details
- Balanced design
- Comfortable to play even with large hands
Wood type: Castello boxwood
Fingering: Baroque with double holes
Fingering chart: download
Range: f2 – g4
Pitch: a1 = 442 Hz
- Cotton bag with leather trim
- Cleaning rod wood
- Joint grease
- Fingering chart
- Maintenance instructions