Tulipwood, baroque double holes
Denner – A wealth of sound from fine woods
Infos to the different woods you can find here.
A sophisticated ensemble based on original instruments by Jacob Denner (1681–1735) in Nuremberg and Copenhagen.
Brilliant, expressive sound with a convincing charm.
Agile, quick response in all octaves: ideal for virtuosic music of any era.
Undercut finger holes: discover the particularly stable sounds of these instruments.
Visually impressive: finely crafted ornamental rings and a surface pleasingly finished with oil.
Baroque fingering, a' = 442 Hz
- Cotton bag with leather trim
- cleaning rod wood
- Joint grease
- recorder oil
- Fingering chart
- Maintenance instructions
Mollenhauer & Morgan
With his unique genius, Morgan set the international standards in making historic recorders. His legacy: a forward-looking partnership between Mollenhauer and the Morgan Workshop, Australia (please see page 26). The Jacob Denner alto recorder, part of our Denner ensemble, is based on Fred Morgan's original models.