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Moeck, Renaissance Consort, Sopranino, 440Hz, Maple Stain, 1.5 Octave Range, Renaissance Fingering

Product No.:
8121-MOE
Shippingtime:
3-4 days 3-4 days (abroad may vary)
468.47 USD
incl. 19% tax excl. Shipping costs

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Weight: 0.1 kg per


  • This famous collection comprises a large amount of well kept Renaissance recorders that are often built in one piece. Moeck's Renaissance recorders have tenons in the head- and lower joint and are linked with a short brass barrel.

  • The fingerings of the Renaissance recorders are different to the English, or Baroque, fingerings. We advise to opt for the original fingerings, but we also sell instruments with Baroque fingerings. Moreover, as requested, the instruments are tuned to an equal temperament which, when using the original fingerings, will make ensemble playing and the intonation of pure major thirds far easier. The instruments have a range of an octave plus a sixth.

  • The basic tuning is 440 Hz (other than the original tuning at ca. 460 Hz) which can be slightly adjusted by the short metal barrel that links the tenons. When tuning the instruments, special care is taken that the individual recorders blend well together and cannot be singled out by their sound or volume.

  • 2-piece. Headjoint, lower joint, and brass barrel

  • Made in Germany

 

 

  • Renaissance fingering, single hole

 

 

  • Maple, stained and oiled

 

 

  • Instrument
  • Case
  • Wood cleaning rod with cloth
  • Cork grease
  • Certificate
  • Fingering chart
  • Maintenance kit and manual for maintenance

 


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