Early baroque soprano by Stephan Blezinger

440-42 Hz, Early baroque, From € 501 - € 1000, Sold, Soprano, Stephan Blezinger

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Early Baroque Soprano (transitional design with elements of Kynseker) by Stephan Blezinger

  • Model: Early Baroque Soprano (transitional design with elements of Kynseker)
  • Pitch: A = 440-442 Hz
  • Wood: Plumwood
  • Built in: 2017
  • Ships from: Greater London, England
  • Price: 950 900 € or nearest offer. Price is negotiable
  • Current state: As new; pristine condition. Still not fully broken-in. Used only a handful of times for a few minutes but never for regular practice or performance. Kept correctly oiled and in a non-smoking household under optimal conditions. Hand-selected from the maker’s stand at Stockstadt Exhibition in 2017. Beautiful sound. Powerful yet flexible tone and response in all the registers. Very versatile instrument for early music as well as contemporary, jazz, pop and folk repertoires. I recommend visiting Blezinger’s page for details about fingerings for his early baroque models. The instrument could be tested in person in London. Blezinger’s roll bag is included (black nylon fabric with pure wool plush lining)

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