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421.221.12

Treble recorder, stained boxwood, without mounts. Bell section is cracked and loosely bound with thread. Stamped: J. J. Schuchart.
overall: 506 mm x 50 mm;
sounding length: 436 mm

Treble recorder, stained boxwood, without mounts. Bell section is cracked and loosely bound with thread. Stamped: J. J. Schuchart.

Recorder, treble. Nominal pitch: F. Stained boxwood, without ferrules. Three joints. Seven fingerholes and one thumbhole. Bell section cracked and loosely bound with thread. Stamped: J. J. Schuchart.

The recorder was a popular solo and ensemble instrument during the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries. Bach, Telemann and Handel featured it in their compositions.

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