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Maker: AAFAb BV-NL Country: Netherlands Address_1: Jeremiestraat 4-6, NL-3511 TW Utrecht Telephone: +31 (0)30 231 63 93 Fax: +31 (0)30 231 23 50 Email: email@example.com Web_Page: http://www.aafab.nl/ Instruments: Manufacture Aura, Conservatorium, Coolsma, Zamra and some Dolmetsch recorders. Some of the Coolsma instruments are available in imitation ivory. Notes: map
Maker: Arne Aakre Country: Norway Address_1: 890 Ytre Vinje Email: ArneAakre@Statkraft.no Instruments: Maker of sjøfløyte (a kind of folk
Maker: Adler-Heinrich Blockflötenbau GmbH Country: Germany Address_1: Sales Office Address_2: Auf dem Steinacker 6d, D-51515 Kürten-Busch Telephone: +49 37 422 2070 Fax: +49 37 422 34 44 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Web_Page: http://www.adler-heinrich.de/ Instruments: - Scholar, sSATB wooden recorders for students
- Kids, a two-piece wooden soprano recorder for children
- Ecole, three-piece wooden soprano and alto recorders, voiced by Res Neuenschwander
– Vogtland, a full-sounding two-piece soprano recorder available in maple or plastic
– Venus, a two-piece wooden soprano recorder for beginners
– Weltmeister, a two-piece wooden soprano recorder painted in bright colours
– Scholar, a family of recorders (sSAT) designed for beginers
– Filius recorders, an entire family of recorders (sSATB) designed specifically for players with smaller hands
– Royal recorders, a family of recorders (sSATB) which represent a further development of the instruments first made by Alexander Heinrich in 1928
– Triple recorders, a family of recorders (SAT) of distinctive exterior design
– Arte recorders, a family of recorders (sSATB) which includes a tenor with an optional c# key operated by the little finger of the left hand
– Meister, a family of neo-baroque recorders (sSATB) which represent a further development of the instruments first made by Alexander Heinrich in 1928
- alto after Johann Benedikt Gahn
– Trichterflöten or bell recorders
– Hirtenflöte (shepherd's flute, a soprano recorder of narrow & short bore proportions)
Notes: The two Vogtland companies Johannes Adler and Alexander Heinrich merged prior to the dismemberment of the DDR. However, in 2006 they closed the business due to insolvency. Some of their designs continued to be made by Ulrich Hahl who has set up an independent workshop of his own which in turn also closed, in 2008.
The Adler-Heinrich bell recorders designed by Klaus Grunwald were similar in appearance to renaissance recorders, with a wide, largely cylindrical bore, a simple external profile and large single tone holes with a raised tone-hole for the lowest finger. But their most striking feature was their large, flared, wooden or metal bell. Thus they differed radically from traditional designs. These instruments are said to produce an extremely loud, full sound from bottom to top, and offer a wide variety of alternate fingerings which permit dynamic variation. They permitted a much greater range of breath pressures than traditional instruments, and a remarkable variety of articulations was also possible, allowing them to compete successfully with loud modern instruments such as piano, saxophone, or brass. Soprano and alto models were produced, but there were plans to produce all sizes from sopranino to great bass in a variety of woods. These instruments are sometimes offered for sale on eBay.
Maker: Aesthé [Aesthe] Country: Canada Address_1: Jean-Luc Boudreau, 205 Sunnyside, Rosemère, Québec J7A 1N7 Telephone: +1 450 979-6091, 1-888-979-6091 (toll free in America) Fax: +1 450 979-4551 Email: email@example.com Web_Page: http://www.boudreau-flutes.ca/ Instruments: Renaissance & baroque-style recorders at A=440 & 415 Hz. Notes: map
Maker: American Music Recorders Country: United States of America (USA) Address_1: Unknown Instruments: 1-piece plastic recorders. Notes: I would appreciate additional and missing data on this maker.
Maker: Heinz Ammann Country: Switzerland Address_1: Schönenwerdweg 10, CH-8832 Wollerau Telephone: +41 1687 2496 Fax: +41 1784 9728 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Web_Page: http://www.heinz-ammann.ch/ Instruments: Ganassi-style recorders; baroque recorders after Aardenberg, Boekhout, Bressan, Haka, Heerde, Jacob Denner, Rottenburgh, Schell, Stanesby Sr, Stanesby Jr, Reich, Terton. Notes: map
Maker: Giacomo Andreola Country: Italy Address_1: Via 4 Novembre 51, 23100 Sondrio Telephone: +39 0342 214739 Fax: +39 0342 214739 Email: email@example.com Instruments: Van Eyck (transitional) recorders; alto baroque recorders after Bressan, Denner, Stanesby and Steenbergen (at 415 / 440 Hz); voice flute after Bressan & Denner (at 415 Hz). Notes: The instruments are built with a lot of passion and great attention to detail. They are notable for their refined appearance (other than boxwood, ebony and amboina-briar wood is used for elegant contrast). The homogenity of their sound tends to a lovely dark colour, rich in harmonics, precise in pitch, and with easy response in every register.
Andreola also offers recorders with a specially constructed beak (copied from a brilliant idea of the famous recorder maker Claude Monin) which allows one to change the windway as needed, offering many advantages:
— reasonably low cost; it is as though you have a new instrument, since voicing influences so many aspects of the instrument
— the second windway can be used for practice, keeping the first for special occasions
— if for reasons of temperature or humidity the recorder risks blockage, which also risks the outcome of a piece being played during a concert, a quick change of the windway solves the problem
— in case of breakage, the substitution of the windway is less costly than that of the whole head joint.
For those not interested in the two windways, after the first 5/6 months of 'playing in', when the instrument is serviced (free of charge), the windway will be fixed permanently with a special glue which is waterproof and heatproof.
Each instrument is accompanied with a full guide to usage (warming up, oiling, etc.) and a two-year guarantee. Delivery time is from two to four months. The price list will be a delightful surprise, especially for students.
Maker: Angel Musical Instrument Co. Ltd Country: Korea Address_1: 135-139 Songsan-ri Taean-up Hwasung-gun Kyonggi-do Telephone: +82-31-234-1004 Fax: +82-31-238-2310 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Web_Page: http://www.angelco.com/ Instruments: Manufacture an outstanding range of inexpensive plastic recorders, including instruments in neo-renaissance and neo-baroque style including black with white mounts, transparent with coloured mounts and simulated wood-grain. Also manufacture plastic recorders for a number of other makers. Bass recorders are available in bocal or knick-system designs. Notes: map
Maker: Ariel Country: Israel Address_1: Zamir Recorder Industry Address_2: Kibbutz-Gevim, D.N. Hof Ashkelon 79165 Instruments: Plastic and wooden neo-baroque recorders. Notes: Trademark of Zamir Recorder Industry.
Sadly, Zamir ceased production in 2005.
Maker: Anthony Arnold Country: United Kingdom (UK) Address_1: 7 Church Street, Bramcote, Nottingham NG9 3HD Telephone: +44 0115 922 6631 Email: email@example.com Web_Page: http://www.musicadonumdei.org/Flutes/ Instruments: Renaissance & baroque recorders after Bressan, Beukers, Denner & Stanesby. Notes: map
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