List of instruments at the Institute of early music and performance practice

Keyboard instruments

Single manual German harpsichord after Michael Mietke (Berlin, undated) by Vít Bébar (Bílovice nad Svitavou, 2016), Register: 2 x 8’, Range: GG - c’’’, Pitch: a’ = 392, 415 and 440 Hz
Single manual German (?) harpsichord after ? by Rainer Schütze (Heidelberg, ?), Register: 2 x 8’, Range: GG - d’’’, Pitch: a’ = 415 and 440 Hz
Double manual German harpsichord after Christian Zell (Hamburg, 1728) by Matthias Griewisch (Bammental, 2009), Register: 2 x 8’ and 1 x 4’ and lute stop, Range: FF - f’’’, Pitch: a’ = 415 Hz
Double manual Flemish harpsichord after Ruckers von Anton Höfler, Register: 2 x 8’ und 1 x 4’ und Lautenzug, Tonumfang: GG - d’’’, Pitch: 415 and 440 Hz
Double manual French harpsichord after François Étienne Blanchet (Paris, 1733) by David Ley (Paris, 1986), Register: 2 x 8’ und 1 x 4’ und lute stop, Range: FF - g’’’, Pitch: a’ = 392, 415 and 440 Hz
Double manual French harpsichord after Pascal-Joseph Taskin (Paris, 1769) by Martin Pühringer (Haslach, purchased 1993), Register: 2 x 8’ and 1 x 4’ and lute stop, Range: FF - f’’’, Pitch: 392, 415 and 440 Hz
Double manual French harpsichord after Pascal-Joseph Taskin (Paris, 1769) by Emanuel Streif und Anton Höfler (Graz, 1982), Register: 2 x 8’ and 1 x 4’ and lute stop, Range: FF - f’’’, Pitch: a’ = 415 and 440 Hz
Single manual Italian harpsichord after Ferrini by Rainer Schütze (Heidelberg, 1984), Register: 2 x 8’, Range: C - d’’’, Pitch: 440 and 465 Hz
Single manual Italian harpsichord after Giovanni Battista Giusti (Lucca, 1681) by Vít Bébar (Bílovice nad Svitavou, 2014), Register: 2 x 8’, Range: GG - d’’’, Pitch: a’ = 415 Hz and 440 Hz
Single manual Italian harpsichord after Giovanni Battista Giusti (Lucca, 1681) by Antonio Martini (Ravenna, 2016), Register: 2 x 8’, Range: C/E - c’’’, Pitch: a’ = 415 Hz
Single manual Italian harpsichord after Aelpidio Gregori (1736) by Martin Pühringer (Haslach, 1997), Register: 2 x 8’, Range: HH - d’’’, Pitch: a’ = 392, 415, 440 and 465 Hz
Single manual Austrian harpsichord after Johann Michael Leydecker (Wien, 1755) by Martin Pühringer (Haslach, 2017), Register: 2 x 8’, Range: FF/GG/AA/BB/HH/C/E - f’’’ (Wiener Bassoktav), Stimmton: a’ = 430 Hz
Clavichord after Johann Georg Christoph Schiedmayer (Neustadt an der Aisch, 1796) by Martin Pühringer (Haslach, 1999?), Range: FF - g’’’, Pitch: a’ = 415 Hz
Single manual Organ after Johann Frančišek Janeček (1739) by Drago Lukman Op. 2 (Kog, 2016), Register: Principal 8’, Flute 4’, Principal 2’ and Regal 8’, Range: C - d’’’

Oboes

Baroque Oboes in 415 Hz after Thomas Stanesby Jr. by Pau Orriols, Wolfgang Kube and Marcel Ponseele
French Oboes in 392 Hz after Charles Bizey by Alberto Ponchio and Wolfgang Kube
Classical Oboe in 430 Hz after Grundmann und Floth by Alberto Ponchio
Oboe d’amore in 415 Hz after Johann Heinrich Eichentopf by Alberto Ponchio
Oboe da Caccia in 415 Hz after Johann Heinrich Eichentopf by Henri Gohin
Oboe de Taille in 415 Hz after Richard Haka by Guntram Wolf
Descant Shawm in D, VIenna model by Fritz Heller
Descant Shawm in C, Freiberger model by Fritz Heller
Alto Pommer in G, Vienna model by Fritz Heller

Violin Instruments

Renaissance consort after the Instruments from the Freiberg cathedral, dating before 1594 (Hans Salger, 2018) - 6 instruments
Early baroque consort after A.& G.Amati (Sebastian Mende, 2020) - 4 instruments and after A.Stradivari (Martin Rainer, 2018) - 1 instrument
6 early baroque violins after Jacobus Stainer, 1668, at the National Museum Vermillion/South Dakota (Alessandro Lowenberger, André Mehler, Sebastian Mende, Valentina Montanucci, Martin Rainer, Hagen Schiffler, 2020)
Early baroque violin after A. Amati (Federico Lowenberger, 2013)
Early baroque viola after A. Amati (Maurizio Vella/Federico Lowenberger, 2014)
2 high baroque violins (after A. Stradivari by Federico Lowenberger, 2012 and by Albanus, 1726)
3 baroque cellos (French or South German 18th century)
6 classical violins (Gändl, 1767; Salzburg, 18th century; Anton Jais, 1781; Saxan, 18th century; Saxan, around 1800; Thier, 1804)
Classical viola (Buchstetter, 1762)
Violin and bass bows: copies from renaissance, baroque and classical eras by Antonino Airenti, Sebastian Mende, Martin Rainer, Hans Salger, Hagen Schiffler and others

Recorders

Recorder consort after HIES/HIERS by Adrian Brown (2018) in 460 Hz - 10 Instruments
Recorder consort after Virdung by Adrian Brown (2019) in 520 Hz - 6 Instruments
Recorder consort after Bassano by Martin Praetorius in 440 Hz - 7 Instruments
Baroque recorders in 392 Hz by Marco Magalhaes (2017) - 2 Instruments
Baroque sixthflutes in 415 Hz by Adrian Brown (2015) - 2 Instruments
Flauto piccolo (Sopranino) in 415 Hz by Thomas Prescott
Paetzold by Kunath - Subcontrabass and Subgroßbass
Csakan in Ab' 440 Hz by Bernhard Mollenhauer
Voiceflute in 415 Hz by Guido Hulsens

Historical Bassoons

Dulcian consort by Peter Wolf (2020) in 460 Hz - 5 instruments
Bass dulcian “Linz model” by Guntram Wolf (2010) in 440 Hz in F
2 baroque bassoons after HKICW by Guntram Wolf in 415 Hz
baroque bassoon after Hyacinth Rottenburgh by Peter Wolf (2017) in 392 Hz
2 classical bassoons after Caspar Tauber by Peter Wolf (2016) in 430 Hz

trombones

alto trombone in E flat/D (17th century) by Ewald Meinl
3 tenor trombones in B flat/A "Drewelwecz model" (1595) by Ewald Meinl
bass trombone in F (440Hz and 465Hz) „Modell Oller“ (17th century) by Ewald Meinl