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Voiceflutes

Voiceflutes are effectively tenor recorders in D and were widely popular in the 18th century to play baroque flute music in its original key. They typically have a rich and sonorous tone, perfect for playing high baroque music on!
  • Takeyama Voice Flute in Maple (a=415)

    Takeyama Voice Flute in Maple (a=415)

    Takeyama
    £1,325.00

    Takeyama voice flute in d, in maple a=415. Takeyama from Japan is regarded as one of the foremost recorder makers. His voice flute is extremely lig...

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  • Cranmore Voice Flute after Denner (a=415)

    Cranmore Voice Flute after Denner (a=415)

    Cranmore
    £1,625.00

    This voice flute after J. C. Denner is made by English maker Tim Cranmore. This recorder offers a full range of more than two octaves, and can be u...

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  • Wenner Voice Flute after Denner in Maracaibo Boxwood (a=415)

    Wenner Voice Flute after Denner in Maracaibo Boxwood (a=415)

    Wenner
    £1,925.00

    This handmade voice flute (tenor recorder in D) is made after J. Chr. Denner by German maker Martin Wenner. This recorder is made of maracaibo boxw...

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