Today, recorder players often demand more volume, pitch range, and dynamic range of their instruments, to play a wider variety of later repertoire written for flute or other instruments, as well as the ever-increasing body of contemporary composition. These instruments take the recorder beyond the realm of historical reproductions and offer the makers' modern interpretations of how a recorder can be built.


Mollenhauer Modern Alto, E Foot
Mollenhauer Modern Alto, E Foot
Mollenhauer Modern Alto, F Foot
Mollenhauer Modern Alto, F Foot
Moeck "Ehlert" Alto
Moeck "Ehlert" Alto
Moeck "Ehlert" Tenor
Moeck "Ehlert" Tenor
Moeck "Ehlert" Soprano
Moeck "Ehlert" Soprano
Paetzold Square Contrabass in F
Paetzold Square Contrabass in F
Paetzold Square Great Bass in c
Paetzold Square Great Bass in c
Paetzold Square Basset in f
Paetzold Square Basset in f
Mollenhauer "Dream Edition" Soprano in Plum
Mollenhauer "Dream Edition" Soprano in Plum
Mollenhauer "Dream Edition" Alto in Plum
Mollenhauer "Dream Edition" Alto in Plum
Mollenhauer "Dream Edition" Tenor in Plum
Mollenhauer "Dream Edition" Tenor in Plum
Mollenhauer "Dream Edition" Bass in Plum
Mollenhauer "Dream Edition" Bass in Plum
Paetzold Square Sub-great-bass in C
Paetzold Square Sub-great-bass in C
Paetzold Square Sub-contrabass in FF
Paetzold Square Sub-contrabass in FF
   

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