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Rennaissance dulcians | Baroque bassoons | Bassoons of the classic/early romantic
Bassoons of the late romantic | Contrabassoons | Ensemble music of the 18th century

Renaisance dulcians

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These are tuned to a=440. Bass and quart dulcians can also be built to a = 465.

Our production includes the entire gamut.

Diskant Alt Tenor Base Quarterbase Contrabase
c1 f c F C F

 

In the bass dulcian, we offer a direct-sounding, early instrument as
well as a softer-sounding, later model.



Baroque Bassoons

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A copy of an a=415 after "HKICW" is our outstanding bassoon from 1700. We also make a copy after Eisenmenger a = 415 from a somewhat later baroque period. For a=392, we make a copy of a bassoon from "HAKA" which originates from 1682 (it is perhaps the earliest surviving bassoon).



Bassoons of the classic/early romantic

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There are two models from which to choose:



Bassoons of the late romantic

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There are three models from which to choose:



Contrabassoons

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In this we are the specialists. We have original instruments in our collection.
There are five models from which to choose:



Ensemble music of the 18th century

At this time there were many types of bassoon in place. We make various sizes and pitches, to be used in works which do not specify a particular instrument as well as those which do.