Moeck Alto Recorder after Denner in Boxwood
Designed by Ralf Ehlert the Denner is a further indication of Moeck’s commitment to making historical recorders. Jacob Denner (1681-1735) was son of Johann Christoph Denner and both were renowned for the high quality of their woodwind instruments. The Moeck model is based on a very well preserved Denner instrument from the Musikhistorisk Museum in Copenhagen. Like the original, the instrument speaks effortlessly and has a balanced, bright and even tone throughout its range. The response is such that it is an agile instrument and the reliability of the upper register makes it an ideal solo instrument for players wishing to tackle the intricacies of the solo repertoire.
This 5333 Denner is made from Castello boxwood Venezuela, even grain and density. Specific density 0.80. Clean, round tone.
This recorder comes with a hard case, cleaning rod and cloth, cork grease, fingering chart and maintenance instructions.
This Denner recorder also comes with a free Moeck Z0002 maintenance set (recorder oil, oil brush, anti-condensant, paintbrush, maintenance manual).
- Baroque fingering
- Double holes
- Made of boxwood
- Includes free maintenance set (oil, brushes, anti-condensant etc)
- Pitch: a´= 442 Hz
- Includes case, cleaning rod, cork grease and fingering chart
- 3 year warranty