11.04.2018 - 14.04.2018 — Hall: 8.0 Stand: B 61
The traditional woodwind workshop Mollenhauer (founded 1822) presents Recorders for beginners up to solo instruments for highest claims. There are recorders built in accordance great masters of the Renaissance, the Baroque and the avant-garde. The exceptional quality is the result of traditional craftsmanship combined with modern production techniques.
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“Mollenhauer Recorders” is more than just a workshop. It is a lively meeting point for performers of every age, from hobbyists to pros, from all around the world. Over the years, many thousands of recorder players have visited our workshops, our Recorder-World Museum and our seminars! Our journal, “Windkanal”, is a well-known and respected forum presenting the colourful world of the recorder in all its diversity. Our website is a valuable resource for information about the recorder and is used by friends of the recorder the world over.
Ours is an open workshop. We strive to bring you the fascinating world of recorder making while at the same time entering into a dialogue with you – about our instruments, about ideas, about visions …
Communication at a personal level is important to us. Partnership and cooperation are central to how we operate ... not only within our own team: we welcome your questions!
Since we see cooperation and innovation as being very closely related, we seek out and form partnerships with especially creative people such as recorder makers Maarten Helder, Friedrich von Huene, Adriana Breukink, Nik Tarasov and Joachim Paetzold.
Furthermore, we consider each and every recorder player, teacher and music salesperson that shares with us their experiences and ideas – thus sharing in the further development of our instruments as well – to be our partners.
“With open ears”: our logo illustrates our motto and sums up our ideas – keeping our ears open and listening to each other.
We look forward to meeting you!
The Mollenhauer Team
Kynseker-Ensemble after Hieronymus F. Kynseker (1636 – 1686) Completely revised – a new...
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Dream Edition–for the demands of the soloist An exceptional sound refines an ensemble. All good...