Moeck 4404 Rottenburgh Tenor
Rottenburgh Tenor RecorderLike the violin the "classical" recorder comes from the baroque era. Centers were Paris, London, Amsterdam, Nuremberg and Brussels. The well-known recorder manufacturer Friedrich von Huene has examined almost all the originals of this time, handed down to museums. From the sum of these data, the MOECK Rottenburgh baroque recorder was created in a modern style, following the instruments of Jean Hyacinth Joseph Rottenburgh.
They are today the most played baroque solo recorders and have proven to be particularly reliable. Characteristic is also their brilliant highs.
- Maracaibo wood
- Baroque fingering
- With double holes
- Includes case, cleaning rod and -cloth, certificate, fingering chart, care set