Stephan Blezinger

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Alto recorder after P.I. Bressan

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Alto recorder after P.I. Bressan - Alto f'

 Sound samples

 

The instrument maker Peter Bressan was born in France and later worked in London. My copy is modelled one of his best conserved instruments, which is now part of Frans Brüggen's private collection and which he played on several recordings of baroque chamber music. 

Its solid construction with its characteristically long foot joint, reflects the rich, full sound of this recorder. It is free-blowing with a brilliant high register and easy response. 

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This instrument is optionally deliverable at the original pitch of 408 Hz, at 415 Hz or at 392 Hz, with modern (English) fingering with double holes.

The instrument is also available with 2 middle joints in 415 and 392 Hz.
Original fingering and/or single holes are available on request.

If requested, four-part imitation ivory mounts are available as on the original instrument.

 

 

 

 

 

Sound samples:

 

from: Charles Rosier - Sonata in G minor - Adagio

from: Pietro Antonio Fiocco - Sonata in C major   Presto

TRIO BASILIENSIS    
Marianne Mezger - recorder (alto recorder after P.   Bressan
in 415 Hz from boxwood)    
Ekkehard Weber - viola da gamba    
Paul   Simmonds - harpsichord

from: "Concerning Babell &  Son"

 

 


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Pitches

415 Hz

392 Hz

 

 

Prices

415 Hz

Europ. boxwood

€ 1.980.-
 

392 Hz

Europ. boxwood

€ 2.120.-
 

additional body  in 392 Hz

€ 720.-
 

4 part decoration of art. ivory

€ 450.-
 

4 part decoration of Mammoth ivory

not available at moment
 

(incl 19 % V.A.T.)

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