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Concert Live-Stream

Wednesday, May 4 2022, 18:30

Mollenhauer Quartet: Nik Tarasov, Sina Bayer, Beate Temper, Vera Jahn

As part of the events around the special exhibition on the anniversary "200 years MOLLENHAUER woodwind instrument manufacture", the Mollenhauer Quartet plays consort music from old and recent times.

Many musical ensemble formations were popular in the past. Even before the classical string quartet, the striving for the greatest tonal homogeneity was part of the ideal sound. Among wind instruments, the pure sound of recorders formed the intersection between vocal and instrumental music. It manifests itself like no other in the basic stops of every organ.

The concert with the Mollenhauer Quartet traces these origins. Its members are made up of employees from the Fulda recorder workshop. Their lifelong curiosity – combined in building and playing the instruments – testifies to a special motivation for the subject.

In their concert program they present self-made small and large recorders made after models from different eras with appropriate historical music.

 

Link to the Concert Live-Stream with subtitels in English

https://youtu.be/NSincG1Bi5g

 

Remastered Video with subtitles in English

https://youtu.be/IUnn8bqxlGw

 

NEW

Denner Edition soprano in 442 Hz and 415 Hz – now also in grenadilla!

Handcrafted baroque instruments for the finest in early music made from the finest wood.

More info in the brochure or at www.mollenhauer.com/denner-edition.

Link to the Denner Edition soprano in grenadilla 442 Hz

Link to the Denner Edition soprano in grenadilla 415 Hz

Video from the 200 years exhibition

A short video from the vernissage at the opening of the exhibition 200 years of Mollenhauer woodwind instrument making, Vera Jahn, Sohyeun Cho (Recorder), Juli Huber (Viola da gamba) and Nik Tarasov (harpsichord) The Music: Marin Marais: Prélude aus der 2. Suite g-Moll der "Pièces en trio" (1692) Marin Marais: Prélude from the 2nd Suite in g minor of the "Pièces en trio" (1692)

 


 

The dates for the anniversary year 200 years of Mollenhauer woodwind instrument manufacture have been set.

In addition to a special exhibition in the Vonderau Museum in Fulda, there are concerts, guided tours and an open day with a family day and events for children.

Here are the dates (in German language)

News from our online-shop

We have two innovations in our online shop. First, we have now translated the shop into English.

Second, we now offer recorders that we previously only offered in our factory outlet. These recorders are now also available in our online shop.

The following categories are available in the online shop:

Special offers – recorders at reduced prices  

Here you can find recorders from series that have since been updated or discontinued – in limited numbers and at reduced prices

Recorders as B-grade, with small visible blemishes

These recorders have small visible blemishes but are new and unplayed. The sound quality is equal to new instruments.

Exclusive editions: Non-standard models  

This is our treasure trove of unique instruments

Link to the recorders in the online-shop

Covid-19 information by Mollenhauer

In view of the current situation of the pandemic, it is clear that in addition to our direct responsibility to employees, customers and suppliers, we will also continue to take our social responsibility in an appropriate form. At present, this is supported by a significant impulse for increasing everybody’s personal responsibility.

Our actual measures against the spread of the Corona virus

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