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Versatile instruments after Hieronymus F. Kynseker, based on the original instruments kept at the Germanic National Museum in Nuremberg. Our Kynseker ensemble instruments remain faithful to the most important characteristics of the originals: its outer form and its strong sound, so full of personality.
A superb consort instrument: tuning and sound have been carefully matched. The fingerings are similar to those of the familiar Baroque fingering patterns. A' = 442 Hz.
Purchased parts package:
* Leather bag
* Microfibre mop, highly absorbent
* Joint grease
* Fingering chart
* Maintenance instructions
Completely revised – a new design – ranging from Garklein to Great bass
Undoubtedly the most famous consort of recorders presented in new splendour: based on the original set of instruments by Hieronymus Franciscus Kynseker (now kept at the German National Museum in Nuremberg), Mollenhauer have created a nine-piece set of recorders which is optimised to modern standards and demands.
These instruments are ideal for the choric playing of Renaissance music as well as for performing the soloistic music of the Italian Early Baroque period.
All instruments dispatched by Orpheus Music are automatically insured for their full value at no extra cost to the customer.
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