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Instruments Pitched at a=415

This page lists all the instruments we make that can play at today's most usual pitch for playing "baroque" music. Some play at other pitches too: find them on our search page. For more detail, click on a picture.


  • JACOB DENNER (Nürnberg, 1681-1735) Boxwood original played by Konrad Hünteler.

    A. Grenser

  • AUGUST GRENSER (Dresden, 1720-1807) Boxwood and ebony originals in numerous collections.


  • THOMAS LOT (Paris, 1708-1786) Boxwood, ebony, olivewood, tulipwood, lignum vitae, or artificial ivory flute after numerous examples from collections in Europe, America and Japan.


  • CARLO PALANCA (Torino, c.1690-1783) Ebony originals in Stockholm and Frankfurt, and a boxwood original in Washington.

    Student Model

  • GODFRIDUS ADRIANUS ROTTENBURGH (Brussels, 1703-1768) Boxwood original, c1770, in the Kuijken collection, Belgium.

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