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Vintage Dolmetsch Treble Recorder

£12.99 Out Of Stock

Product description

A great example of this famous maker’s treble recorder. In excellent clean and usable condition and in original box.

Originally made of wood the invention of Bakelite meant low cost recorders could be made of this and in 1947 the first plastic resin recorders were made as in this listed example.

Maked Made in England
Dolmetsch International treble Recorder
Finished and tested in Halsmere
Patent applied for

Arnold Dolmetsch began making musical instruments in his workshop at Haselmere , Surrey in the early part of the 20th century he made copies of almost every kind of instrument dating from the 15th to 18th centuries, including viols, lutes, recorders and a range of keyboard instruments. The family business finally closed in 2008. Carl The influence of Carlo Dolmetsch is considered responsible for the world-wide popularity of the instrument in schools.

Item details

Age:
1960-1970
Condition:
Used: very good
Manufacturer:
Dolmetsch
Type:
Woodwind

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About this item

A great example of this famous maker’s treble recorder. In excellent clean and usable condition and in original box.

Originally made of wood the invention of Bakelite meant low cost recorders could be made of this and in 1947 the first plastic resin recorders were made as in this listed example.

Maked Made in England
Dolmetsch International treble Recorder
Finished and tested in Halsmere
Patent applied for

Arnold Dolmetsch began making musical instruments in his workshop at Haselmere , Surrey in the early part of the 20th century he made copies of almost every kind of instrument dating from the 15th to 18th centuries, including viols, lutes, recorders and a range of keyboard instruments. The family business finally closed in 2008. Carl The influence of Carlo Dolmetsch is considered responsible for the world-wide popularity of the instrument in schools.

Age:
1960-1970
Condition:
Used: very good
Manufacturer:
Dolmetsch
Type:
Woodwind

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