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Bass Curtal / Baroque Bassoon
Wanted: bass curtal / baroque bassoon at A440 preferably on loan. Contact Paula 01308 898189 / pbbassoon@gmail.com.


For Sale

Instruments and Parts

Morley 4-octave Clavichord
Clavichord, mahogany Morley Salzburg, Model M2637, four-octave, with padded travelling bag, stringing chart and some spare strings. Square, tapered legs can be unscrewed for transit. Purchased new in 1975, original paperwork in tact. £250. Buyer to collect from Cheltenham.
Jen Swinbank, Cheltenham 01242 700128, jennifer.swinbank@northchelt.org.uk.


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, marilyn.pocock@btinternet.com


Moeck Rottenburgh treble recorders
1) Moeck Rottenburgh treble in boxwood £150 ono


2) Moeck Rottenburgh treble in grenadilla/ebony £280 ono


These recorders belonged to Noreen Johnson and are being sold by her family, who are keen that they continue to be played. An offer may be welcomed. Postage and packing extra.
rosalind.n.johnson@gmail.com


Zuckermann Harpsichord
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: edward@edward-james.net (notice the hyphen, not an underline).




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