Recorder31 Day 30 | Team Recorder's Sarah Jeffery Compares Modern Altos
It's the penultimate day of this year's Recorder31 – we may be reaching the end, but we're far from slowing! Today's post features one of the biggest online stars of the recorder world, Team Recorder's Sarah Jeffery, who has created a brand new video especially for Recorder31!
Today's video sees Sarah comparing a range of contemporary alto recorders, demonstrating the modernisations which their makers have added, and the changes in sound that result. It's a fascinating video and shows that the world of recorder making is an innovative and growing scene. Have a watch below!
The instruments featured in Sarah's video are:
- Mollenhauer Modern Alto in Grenadilla with E-Foot
- Moeck Ehlert Alto in Grenadilla
- Küng E3 Alto Recorder in Grenadilla
- Mollenhauer Helder Evo Alto in Grenadilla
- Eagle Alto Recorder in Grenadilla by Adriana Breukink
All of these instruments (excluding the Eagle by the late Adriana Breukink) are currently available from The Early Music Shop: follow the links by clicking on the instrument names above for more information, or click on the image below to explore a collection of instruments (including the different woods which are available in these models).
As always, please do not hesitate to contact us to find out more about any of our instruments.
The Sound of Recorder Music!
Each day this month we're highlighting an audio clip of a recorder from our extensive range. If the modern altos aren't to your taste, how about a more traditional-style instrument of very high quality, such as this beautiful Fehr Model 5 Alto Recorder in stained European Boxwood. Listen to the clips below or follow this link to find out more about this instrument.
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