Alto Recorder Moeck Rottenburgh 4306
The Rottenburgh Recorders by Moeck are ideal All-Rounder: reliable, balanced, powerful sound. Depending on the type of wood, warm and excellent fundamentals in the ensemble, bright and expressive as a solo instrument. This instrument offers a full depth, a radiant height and a reliable responsiveness. The flexible sound, the great dynamic potential and an exact bore for a pure and balanced tone in all registers, make this recorder a true master.
Just like the violin, the "classical" recorder originates from the Baroque period. Centers were Paris, London, Amsterdam, Nuremberg and Brussels. The famous recorder maker Friedrich von Huene has examined almost all traditional museums originals this time. The sum of these data the MOECK Rottenburgh-baroque recorders have been adapted from instruments by Jean-Hyacinth-Joseph Rottenburgh in modern atmosphere. Rottenburgh flutes are today the most played Baroque solo flutes and have proved to be particularly reliable. Another characteristic is its so brilliant high notes.
- Finger style: Baroque
- Material: Olive
- Type: 3 piece
- Finish: Natural
- Technology: Double hole
- Features: Warm, full & flexable tone, bright highs and solid lows, balanced tuning, reliable response.
- Head: Wooden head
- Tuning: F a' = 442 Hz
- Accessories: Case, Swab, Cloth, Certificate, Finger chart, Care set
- Country of Origin: Made in Germany
The Moeck Rottenburgh Series are designed and built to meet the needs of professional players and ambitious semi-professionals. Only selected, high quality wood is used in the production. The intonation is carried out by experienced craftsmen in order to achieve a flawless result. The special shape of the windway and labium causes a quick response in all registers and a rich, flexible sound is achieved. The Rottenburgh Series models are manufactured in a wide range of different wood types with different sound and playability.
The famous recorder maker Friedrich von Huene has examined almost all traditional originals from this time in museums. The information gathered was adapted to the Recorders from Jean-Hyacinth-Joseph and used to develope the MOECK Rottenburgh Baroque recorder with a modern tuning. Rottenburgh recorders are the most played Baroque solo flutes and have proved to be particularly reliable.