Heinrich GRENSER(1764-1813) ca 1800 (replica by R.Cronin, 1998)
It will be the replica of the wind instrument maker representing Germany, and H. GRENSER of Dresden at the beginning of the 19th century. It was regularly used a little in various parts of Europe in the round woody tone by the slender design from the musical instrument of a baroque time. K. Almenrader which developed the Haeckel system was also based on the excellent article of this GRENSER. The work of classics, such as Haydn and Mozart, is the optimum musical instrument also for quintets, such as Reicha and Danzi, again from the first also at the work of the initial romanticists, such as Schubert and Mendelssohn. Pitch A= 430