Sand Dalton Oboe
Sand Dalton beautiful boxwood baroque oboe (a=415) after Eichentopf. Price £1,900 ono. Three new reeds also available at £25 each.
Please contact Marilyn Pocock. Tel: 01884 855450, email@example.com
John Stagg Gold Mounted Cello bow
John Stagg Gold Mounted Cello bow 74 gm. in excellent condition. £2,000 (new gold Stagg bows now cost over £4,000).
Frances Zagni 01761 479351 or firstname.lastname@example.org
|Moeck Rottenburgh treble recorders|
|1) Moeck Rottenburgh treble in boxwood £150 ono
||2) Moeck Rottenburgh treble in grenadilla/ebony £280 ono
Set of three Robert Goble Recorders (treble, descant and tenor)
Tulipwood, each stamped on all three sections with the makerís names and a serial number, in immaculate and playable condition. The seller would be glad to hear from anyone who might be interested in a conversation about price etc. Bruce Saunders 01772 373 2123 email@example.com.
For semi-permanent loan to young student or for sale Two eight-foot stops, one with buff. For an illustration of the appearance and sound of essentially the same instrument, only rather violently painted, see https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cfWxrKTTpzw Note that the recording has been made in a very resonant room. My instrument is unpainted, but of course it could be painted to personal taste if purchased. A few years ago it was overhauled and fitted with a set of new jacks and plectra designed by professional builder David Bolton, which provide a very positive and finely adjustable action. With this instrument I have played continuo for a goodly proportion of the Bach Cantatas, and many other largescale works with orchestra and choir. It is very light, with a separate stand which can easily be disassembled for transport and re-assembled on site. It does not have a top cover, which solves any problem with those who would like to leave glasses of wine or anything else on it. This means that it has had a charmed life over many years of continuous use in venues around the country. For serious discussion, please first send an email with your details and phone number to Edward James at: firstname.lastname@example.org (notice the hyphen, not an underline).
Treble viol by Neil Hansford after John Hoskins. £3,500 including hard case. Frances Zagni 01761 479 351; email@example.com.
Treble viol made by Merion Attwood, 1989 with Mettal bow. Lovely tone. One owner. Also included, Kingham case, electronic tuner and music stand: £3,300. Contact Peter Bowles 01398 331 422.
Bass viol after Henry Jaye (1624) by Neil Hansford 1991 £5,500. Fluted snakewood bow by Roger Doe £600. For pictures click here. Contact: Tim Moss Tel: +44 (0)1275 392 530 email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Three collapsible music stands, each with carry bag. To go individually or together to anyone who can collect (Salisbury area).
Rosalind Johnson 01725 513747 or email@example.com
Early music for sale
Some second-hand music ranging from the 13th to the 18th century is available from www.griffel.org. All proceeds from the sale will go to the NORVIS Bursary Fund.
Complete set, vols. 1Ė27, of John Eliot Gardinerís Bach Cantatas Pilgrimage
Mint condition, heard only once. (Vol. 28, for Ascension Day, released later). Offers over £100 to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Teach Yourself to Play the Folk Harp by Sylvia Woods
Brand new copy of Teach Yourself to Play the Folk Harp (30th Anniversary Edition) by Sylvia Woods. Of all tutors for beginners, this is probably the most popular, and deservedly so. It assumes no prior knowledge of harps or music, and all of the exercises and musical pieces are fully fingered. Brackets showing the advance placement of the fingers are also used throughout. The book is aimed at owners of small harps, so the range is kept relatively small; in addition, none of the pieces has accidentals, so the use of sharping levers is not required. All in all, an excellent introduction to the instrument. The price is £6, plus postage at cost. Please contact Malcolm McDonald email@example.com.
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