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Great bass recorder Canta knick
Mollenhauer & Friedrich von Huene
Elegant, stable sound: a strong low register with light, clearly focused high notes.
Its quick and accurate response makes the Canta great bass a reliable playing partner.
The small amount of air it requires allows free and unrestrained playing – a great bass that plays like a tenor!
Wood type: Pearwood dark stained
Fingering: Baroque with mit Klappenmechanik aus Messing
Fingering chart: download
Range: C – dis2
Pitch: a1 = 442 Hz
- Support strap
- With adjustable support spike
- Thumb rest
- Microfibre mop, highly absorbent
- Joint grease
- Fingering chart
- Maintenance instructions
The recorder case with many extras
… saves an incredible amount of space with the two-part middle joint
… place for music
… integrated recorder stand
“I got my first bass recorder by Mollenhauer Recorders when I moved to the US eight years ago, at Von Huene Workshop in Boston. I remember trying out wooden bass recorders for the first time and being absolutely blown away (no pun intended) by the wave of quiet, forceful sound emerging from it. It completely changed my playing and how I perceive the recorder – suddenly endless new sound options arose. I love how discovering a new sound echoes and alters your creative persona – it’s always a kind of a dialogue between the musician and the instrument.
After my excellent Boston experience, the recorders just kept getting lower ... here you can see playing the beautiful Canta Great Bass recorder by Mollenhauer. So far I’m still taller than my biggest recorder, but who knows where this is heading.”
Tali Rubinstein (Jazz Recorder Player/Singer)
“The Canta great bass is very intuitive to play, making it ideal for use in recorder orchestras and can be recommended .”
Dietrich Schnabel (conductor of recorder orchestras)
“The Canta Great Bass has a well-balanced sound palette and an especially rounded low register. Its impressive key mechanisms make playing it uncomplicated … a very sleek instrument.”
Katharina Hess (member of ensemble Flautando Köln)