Denner Recorders

Mollenhauer's Denner recorders are a sophisticated ensemble based on original instruments by Jacob Denner (1681–1735) in Nuremberg and Copenhagen.

They have a brilliant, expressive sound, are agile and responsive in all octaves and ideal for virtuosic music of any era.

Baroque fingering with tuning in 442Hz or 415Hz. See wood types below. For the demanding soloists, click here to see the hand-crafted Denner Edition Alto recorders.

Prices include a case, cleaning rod, cork grease and fingering chart.

Shown at right: Great Bass, Bass, "Comfort" Tenor, Tenor, Alto in 442Hz, Soprano, and Sopranino and Alto in 415Hz.

Click here for Recorder Methods and Music.