Eagle Classic in f' with e' foot extension

  • Grenadilla
  • Grand orchestral sound
  • With bronze streaming labium
  • Easier and silvery high notes and more dynamics
  • Lightweight carbon key system for strong low e', f', and f#'
  • Classic in boxwood 40% weight reduction
  • Classic in grenadilla 20% weight reduction
  • Range 2½ octaves, from e' to c''' (soprano range!)
  • A = 443Hz
  • Voicing adjusted to your breathing type
  • Adjustable octave/piano key, ergonomically placed finger holes
  • Wide bore for a big sound, compatible with modern instruments
  • Delivery time is approx. 4 month
  • € 1900,-


Eagles commonly fly alone - Soprano's Lament - Dan Laurin

Eagle Ganassi Alto in F

  • Castello buxus
  • Grand orchestral sound
  • Wooden labium
  • Lightweight carbon key system for strong low f', and f#'
  • Range 2 + third octaves, from f' to a'''
  • A = 443Hz
  • Voicing adjusted to your breathing type
  • Sounds like a Ganassi recorder but plays much easier and the sound is stronger
  • Due to the keys it plays modern fingering
  • Wide bore for a big sound, compatible with modern instruments
  • Price € 980,-
  • Available now
  • Also available a 415Hz middle joint.
    Price middle joint only: € 300,-

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Eagle Recorder

The Eagle recorder can soar majestically above an orchestra and transports the lovely original recorder sound back to this century. An uncompromising and incomparable recorder sound that is miles removed from the familiar school recorder sound. Whereas all of the other woodwind and brass instruments have transformed over the centuries up to today, the much-copied baroque recorder model has not kept up with the times

This 18th century model, with its silvery timbre, does not fit with modern, evolved instruments. To do that the recorder had to get louder and needed a more solid and fundamental sound. The Eagle was created from extremely loud and wide-bore fantasy/meditation models that are not based on old ‘originals’. We have developed the sound of these pure, direct flutes into the refined Eagle recorder that can now match up against any modern instrument.

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