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