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Discussion in '... And Others' started by pete, Jan 28, 2008.
Early Wind Instruments.
Lots and lots of wind instruments, commentary and pictures.
Daniel Deitch Historical Woodwinds.
Gentleman that makes reproductions of historical woodwinds. Lots of nice pics.
The Early Music Shop (UK)
Mostly reproductions, but they have an interesting list of "for sale" used items. Anyone want a tenor curtal without a bocal? It's $1600.
Moeck Historical Woodwinds
Reproductions of historical woodwinds.
Moeck discontinued making these horns a little while back, but the pictures on this website are still there. Unfortunately the links to the sound clips and fingering charts are down -- and Moeck didn't get listed by archive.org.
See also http://www.earlymusicshop.com/More/MoeckHistorical.aspx for mega close-ups of the instruments.