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Aulos 511w Tenor, Zen-On 150 BW soprano
I am wishing to purchase an Aulos 511w Tenor Recorder. It is made of ABS plastic; and, this recorder model has the simulated wood grain finish. I may also be interested in purchasing an Aulos 511w tenor recorder; even yes, if it has a broken or missing key.
I would also like to purchase a Zen-On 150 BW ABS plastic, soprano recorder with the simulated wood grain finish too.
Please contact: Norwood (Woody) BayBridge, Location: Sioux Falls, South Dakota, USA,
My email address is NorwoodBayBridgegmailcom
Baroque soprano in 415
I have a maple soprano in c’ made by von Huene after Ganassi in 440 (442?). It is excellent for playing solo music, especially van Eyck. What I want is to change it in a baroque soprano in 415. For further details please see the entry in the Recorders for Sale page.
Wooden Great Bass at a reasonable price
This is for a small group of recorder players who want to extend their repertoire. They have been known for performing charity concerts. Not too large a gap between the thumb hole and the first hole would be good as there are some small hands in the group.
Wooden Treble Recorder
I am looking for a wooden treble recorder. I have recently started playing a plastic treble recorder after not playing at all for 40 years and my previous experience was only of descant recorders. I would like to try playing a wooden treble as I feel the sound of the wood would be more in keeping with the drum and dance troupe that I play in. Does anyone have one that they would let go for a song (e.g. under £50.00) as I can’t afford an expensive mistake. Cosmetic condition is not important as long as in good working order.
If you would like more background:
Our troupe formed in July 2012, we are a Bellydance and drumming troupe. Our dance style currently is mainly American Tribal Style and our drums are djembes and darabuks. We have recently started including a medieval style to our music and dance and are including recorders to play melody also
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