An evolutionary leap
The powerful, expansive sound of the Eagle recorder blends beautifully with all modern musical instruments.
The wide bore, the in 2016 introduced new streamng metal labium and the solid key system make this recorder extremely loud and flexible.
The sound balance within the instrument is perfectly balanced across a range of 2 octaves and a 6th.
It has a very strong low register and plays chromatically from low E to high C''' and the soprano plays from B to G'''.
The phenomenal sound of the wide bore makes it possible to play together with piano, saxophone, violin and so on. Making music in large ensembles is no problem and endless new sound combinations can be created.
Modifications to the player’s breathing type enables optimal sound and support the breathing technique so that it becomes easier and more natural. We focus on excellence.
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 is 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.