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G-Alto Recorders

The G-alto was the standard alto during the renaissance period, unlike the alto in F which became the main recorder during the baroque period and still is today. However, there are many theorists who believe that Bach's Brandenburg Concerto No. 4 was written for 2 G-Alto recorders!
  • Mollenhauer Kynseker Alto Recorder in G Plumwood

    Mollenhauer
    £599.50

    Mollenhauer Kynseker 4208 alto recorder in g in plumwood. A full renaissance sound with much character and depth, baroque fingering, and a range of...

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  • Mollenhauer Kynseker Alto Recorder in G Maple

    Mollenhauer
    £515.00

    Mollenhauer Kynseker 4207 alto recorder in g in stained maple. A full renaissance sound with much character and depth, baroque fingering, and a ran...

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  • Mollenhauer Modern G-Alto Recorder in Grenadilla

    Mollenhauer
    £1,345.00

    The Mollenhauer 5934 Modern G-Alto recorder in grenadilla has a strong and powerful sound with an easy two and a half octave range. It uses traditi...

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  • Moeck Renaissance Alto in G, Renaissance Fingering

    Moeck
    £755.00

    833 renaissance alto in g, maple, renaissance fingering. The famous collection of instruments in the Hofburg Museum in Vienna comprises a number of...

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