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Moeck "Rottenburgh" recorders were originally designed by Boston flute-maker Friederich von Huene after instruments made by the Dutch master Jean Joseph Rottenburgh (1672-1765).
The workmanship is generally quite good, but we do polish bores and check each recorder for intonation before it leaves our Wichita workshop.
The tuning is excellent over the entire range of the instrument and we find there to be little wonder that the Moeck Rottenburgh is by far the most popular make of any recorder sold by us.
We've sold them since the late 1960's. 

Top recommendation on these superb German recorders.

Moeck Model 4104 "Rottenburgh" Boxwood Sopranino Recorder

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