Denner Alto Recorders in 442 and 415Hz
Jacob Denner (Nürnberg, 1681-1735) is son and successor of the famous woodwind-maker Johann Christoph Denner of Nuremberg who already during his lifetime was held in great esteem. Just like his father, Jacob Denner was well-known for the excellent quality of his instruments far beyond the borders of his home country.
The Moeck Denner Recorder is built after a model from the "Musikhistorisk Museum" in Copenhagen. The Denner speaks clearly and effortlessly and the tone colour is perfectly balanced in all registers. It has a slender and refined tone with a brilliance to it rendering it ideal for solo playing. This agile instrument is reliable in all registers.
Available in Ebony or Boxwood and tuned to 415Hz or 442Hz. Prices include a case, cleaning rod, cork grease and fingering chart.
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