Due to the straight head joint, the sound is projected directly to the audience
The low air consumption allows cantabile play and longer passages
G# and Eb- keys enable larger finger holes and thus an especially stable sound
Includes flute case with integrated recorder stand and note compartment, with adjustable support strap for comfortable play while standing
Scope of delivery: Scope of delivery: instrument, case, support strap, adjustable support spike, thumb rest, highly absorbent micro fibre mop, joint grease, fingering chart and maintenance instructions
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. Developed from the data collected and in the style of instruments from Jean-Hyacinth-Joseph Rottenburgh, the MOECK Rottenburgh Baroque recorder in modern tuning was born.
Today, they are the most played Baroque solo recorders and have proven themselves to be particularly reliable. They are characterised by their brilliant trebles.
Double keys for f / f#
Double hole for g / g#
Keys for b and c
A1 = 442 Hz
Includes case, cleaning rod and cloth, vaseline and certificate.
Elegant, stable sound: a strong low register with light, clearly focused high notes
The fast and accurate response makes this great bass a reliable partner
The low air consumption allows free play without effort: a great bass that plays like a tenor
Includes recorder case with many extras. Saves an incredible amount of space with the two-part middle joint with integrated instrument stand for placing the instrument, a note compartment, and adjustable support strap for comfortable play
Comfortable grip, narrower than with a treble recorder
Scope of delivery: instrument, case, support strap, adjustable support spike, thumb rest, highly absorbent micro fibre mop, joint grease, fingering chart and maintenance instructions
Bass Renaissance Consort RecorderThe Renaissance models are reconstructions based on instruments of the Hofburgmuseum in Vienna. This famous Viennese collection contains a large number of well-preserved Renaissance recorders, which are predominantly made of one piece.
In contrast to the originals, Moeck have provided the head and subpiece with pins and connected them with a brass ring. The basic tuning is 440 Hz (deviating from the original tuning of approx. 460 Hz.) and can easily be corrected by the spigot connection.
The fingering differs in part from the usual “baroque” form. Moeck explicitly recommends the original (R), but alternatively offers the baroque (B). In addition, Moeck can also tune the instruments to each other in the medium tone, which, in combination with the original feel, greatly facilitates ensemble play. The middle-toned mood supports, if necessary also by special grips, the purity of the thirds.
When tuning, Moeck pays attention to the fact that the individual flutes mix well and no one falls out of the ensemble due to sound or volume. The range is one octave and one sixth.
MOECK Renaissance Consort recorders are made of dark-stained maple and treated with linseed oil. Early on, frequent oiling of the inner bore is necessary until saturation of the wood is reached.