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The new bass recorders made from cherrywood
Incredibly light in weight ...
European cherrywood (Prunus avium) is a very attractive wood due to its warm colour and interesting grain. It has wonderful tonal properties and while playing, your fingers can literally feel the resonance of the instrument. Because it is very light in its naturally finished state, European cherrywood is particularly suitable for larger recorders
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In 2018 we expanded our Denner series to include tenor recorders in cherry-wood.
Undoubtedly the most famous consort of recorders presented in new splendour!
Recorders after Hieronymus F. Kynseker (1636–1686)
Completely revised – a new design – for ensemble- und solo playing in maple, dark stained (Garklein to Great bass) or in plumwood (Garklein to Tenor)
An excerpt from Windkanal 2018–1
A detailed discussion of the life and instruments of Hieronimus Franciscus Kynseker is available in the following special article which is based on the latest research.
»A rendezvous with Kynseker«
An approach to his recorders and their importance by Nik Tarasov.