Moeck 4407 Rottenburgh Tenor
Rottenburgh Tenor Recorder
Like the violin, the classical recorder dates back to the Baroque period in cultural centres such as Paris, London, Amsterdam, Nürnberg and Brussels. Friedrich von Huene, the well-known recorder maker, examined almost all original recorders that were sent to museums. From the data collected and in the style of instruments from Jean-Hyacinth-Joseph Rottenburgh, the MOECK Rottenburgh Baroque recorder in modern tuning was developed.
Today, they are the most played Baroque solo recorders and have proven themselves to be particularly reliable. They are characterised by their brilliant trebles.
- Ebony and grenadilla (Dalbergia melanoxylon)
- Baroque fingering
- Double hole
- Including case, cleaning rod and cloth, certificate, fingering chart, maintenance set