Seen in the Kenmochi Bassoon Works (Japan, 4/2007). Second bell for Low A, keyed for left thumb. Ab/Bb trill-key for right thumb. added brass rings to the long joint tenons (Marcus and Weiler). Color changed to. repaired crack in both boot joint tenon sockets. Two bassoons put together-different long join and bell, restored by Kenmochi Bassoon Works (Japan, 6/2006). This does not in any way mean the New England Conservatory Orchestra. Thumb Whisper Lock. Serviced by Laslie/Nordby. French system left hand keywork including little finger whisper key; Was refinished by Heckel and came to U.S in the 1940's. Palisander wood, originally nickel plated keywork. Large ring A and C#D# trills, rollers for C#D# and F-Ab, Kid leather pads, Two bocals, Buffet Crampon French System Bassoon - Basson with Selmer Case . keywork (left hand French system, right hand German system). The reason for these gaps is not always known even by the factory. The instrument has a large bore, much larger than Refurbished in March 2009, silver mechanics, 11 rollers, high D and E keys, D/Eb trill for left-hand, balance hanger. Used in the Cedar Rapids symphony orchestra. Extra rollers on whisper key, LH C# ,high A/Bb touch pieces, low D and low C touch pieces. Racheting whisper key lock for right thumb. High d, 8 original rollers (Db/Eb, E/F#/Ab, F#/Ab), wing joint lined, 4 finger holes rubber lined, offset Eb trill, high D by Paul Covey in 1972, We now have three Heckel bassoons for sale - two Heckel 4000s and one Heckel 6000. D/Eb trill, Has an enlarged pancake key with rollers all around it. Second C plate for left thumb. At some point, the U-tube has been replaced with a more modern style. Serviced by L. Hugh Cooper and Frank Marcus/Shane Wieler. High F, divided long joint, offset C#, right-hand Eb trill, no front Bb, Seen at Kenmochi Bassoon works (Japan, 7/2006). Brass rings and sockets on all joints. Serviced by Laslie/Nordby. After World War 2 until 1970 the bassoon was played in professional orchestras in Latvia. Long joint: no rollers. left and right hand whisper key locks, and crutch assembly. Water tubes by Laslie. adding the C# key just above the hole with my RH index finger and Larger than normal C# key. red color and restriped in the classic Heckel fashion. Purchased used from a large music store in Pasadena, CA in 1944. Red finish, ivory bell, left-hand D/Eb trill. Refinished by Heckel in '70's. In the past, Heckel offered a wide array of models of bassoons. Mocha color. Looking for high quality pre-owned Puchner bassoons for sale? rollers on Low D/Low C, C#/ trill. Currently played in several orchestras in The Netherlands. all right thumb rollers and F# pinky. that is all in a row and flat (trill key not elevated) with no rollers between. IS PROVIDED "AS IS" WITHOUT WARRANTY OF ANY KIND, EITHER EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, Fox Model 101 #5328 $ 12,000.00 To Purchase or Trial this Instrument . Ab guard. combination low Eb/Db key; reverse action low B-flat key. Seen in the Kenmochi Bassoon Works (Japan, 10/2006), Originally without a high c/d or e. hand whisper key lock, Ab-Bb trill key. Added high "D" key Originally a Mucetti model. Restored and maintained by Carl Sawicki. Rollers, high e. Seen in the Kenmochi Bassoon Works (Japan, 4/2008). High Eb, E and F keys, standard rollers, balance hanger. Restored by Carl Sawicki. Used for principal Bassoon of the Chamber Orchestra of the Belgian Radio and Rollers between right thumb Bb and pancake; pancake bridge linkage, was replaced and the tone hole resized to suit modern Bought in NYC antique shop for around $200! Detroit MI. hi D, E, tone hole inserts by Keith Bowen, Carl Sawicki worked on this bassoon in 1976, High d and e, rollers on Low D/C, F/Ab/F#. Frank Marcus put in water tubes and repaired wood rot in the boot, 1995. a A-vent whisper key bridge. b guard on boot, ivory ring. on the top (between the low E and D), right thumb whisper lock, and all This instrument was used by Heckel to develop a pitch chart that the company used for years to Complete restoration by Marcus; added a divided Overhauled and refinished in 2002 by James Keyes. Stolen 6/5/09 near American Jewish University in West Los Angeles. After the loss of World War I, the multi-national state of Austria-Hungary, of which Bohemia was a part, broke up into a number of national states. Confirmed by the factory as the first bassoon shipped in 2000, Shown by Heckel at Morgantown IDRS Convention. Used in the Fargo (North Dakota)-Moorehad Symphony and wind quintet. Both bells German shape with metal ring. Chad Taylor added: High D key, A-vent whisper key bridge, body lock, right-hand rotary whisper key lock. Ab/Bb trill key, extra rollers, left hand Eb trill key, Not played from 2000 until 5/2003. Nickel plating. Restored by Jim Laslie. Author. Restoration in April 1989. low E key is wider. New finish and replated keys. High D/E, various rollers, no Ab-Bb trill. Serviced by Marcus, voiced by Hugh Cooper. Serviced by Keith Bowen. Fully lined boot (both sides). Serviced by Laslie/Nordby. Red/mahogany. Whisper key lock, French whisper key. Heckel Bassoon; Heckel Contrabassoon; Heckelphone; S-Bocals; Service; Chronicle. $ 35,000.00 $ 32,500.00 To Purchase or Trial this Instrument . During 2008 overhaul: moved vent pipe north under pad, Reconditioned. Silver plated. This instrument have been played at the Scala di Milano for many years. The Bb key guard is also very large, heavy and impressive. High E key between I and II. Extra braces for long rods (C#, whisper key, low B). Work included adding high-D and high-E keys, There are a number of features on this Work done by James Laslie, Holden McAleer; new water tubes by James Keyes. Metal rings on both ends of the long joint. Left hand high D and E keys, Eb and C# trill Rollers High D and high Eb/E-F# trill key. An extra 7000-series German-system long joint formerly owned by Don Made for the German military orchestra. Used in in Metropolitan Opera and National Symphony Orchestras. Small joint has only c tube, no trill keys, no high d, roller on c# key. Some work by Hans Moennig. Used in the National Symphony and Tucson Symphony. From the estate of the late Willard Elliot, Principal Bassoon, Herzberg key mods including shaped whisper key, wing key custom shaping, wider right thumb Bb key, wider pinky F. High D key added later, no High E key. Ab/Bb trill key, High D and E keys, Db/Eb, Whisper Key/C#, Low E/F# rollers and F/Ab rollers, water tubes. The web site collaborators do not guarantee the accuracy or thoroughness of the data or information provided. Totally restored in 1991, including refinishing of the wood, replating of the keys, Played professionally in New York City. Used in Vienna Philharmonic and then in the San Francisco Symphony and Opera until 1967. Used in La Orquesta Sinfonica del Estado de Mexico. Ordered via West Music in Coralville, IA. Serviced by Laslie/Nordby. A complete re-silvering of the keys was done as well as adding some rollers. Schreiber and Sohne bassoon serial number. Silver plated keywork, Ab/Bb trill, D/Eb left and right hand trill, using data drawn from the Full set of rollers on the right thumb, Renovated by Walter Rieger in Frankfurt. Owned by a music school for the instrument's entire "life". opera orchestra in Europe. Originally sold to the Eastman School of Music. High D and E key, 4 rollers. Orange/red, silver keywork, French Bell. Red mahogany, sterling silver keywork, divided long joint, dual ratcheting whisper key locks, Seen in the Kenmochi Bassoon Works (Japan, 9/2006). Instrument built for the West Deutscher Rundfunk; stamped, Used in the Rotterdam Philharmonic Orchestra, Restoration at Kenmochi Bassoon Works (Japan, 3/2006). used in the Rotterdam Philharmonic Orchestra. It was purchased for $1000 in 1972. This instrument was listed for sale on eBay as being in Spain. Color: amber/brown. Silver keys. Fox Model II (2) #27808 $ 14,000.00 To Purchase or Trial this Instrument . Plastic tone hole inserts have been added. Rollers for little finger keys, left hand whisper lock, high D key. Several keys added by Laslie-high d and e; alteration of fork Tone hole liners. Rollers on the F and Ab. metal tubes, Ab/Bb Trill, D/Eb trill and complete roller set right and left hands. Orginally built for the Berlin Theatre, then to Russia and Scotland (Edinburgh). Some of the silver keys show wear because of normal use of the instrument. I've never seen another anywhere else. Right thumb whisper key lock, French whisper key, Right thumb whisper key, Serviced by Laslie/Nordby. Recently brought up to original playing condition by Marcus/Weiler, This is a Puchner Bassoon Serial Number 5732 made in the 1950’s. Keys silver plated; modern spatulas on boot with many rollers. Ivory bell ring. High F key. "Disabled" Low A bell. Chicago Symphony. Large side of the butt joint is lined with rubber, sterling silver tubes, Completely restored in 2002 by Rieger, Germany. Metal tenon rings. Return is available in 14 days after receiving. rollers at the right thumb, Maintained by Carl Sawicki. Both bores boot joint rubber lined. Search for the serial number of the brand Heckel to determine the age of your instrument. The Heckel factory told one owner that the instrument was built to A=435 with a #2 bocal. Original finish, silver replate overhaul and finger tubes installed in 2008 by Keith Bowen. Atlanta, Colorado, and Seattle Symphony orchestras. Moennig whisper key lock, High E key, water tubes. divided long joint, silver tubes, high-E, lock device, C-plate, B-trill. Restored in the mid 1990s and had a high D key added, as well as a whisper-key-lock. Competitions. High E by Peter Landy 1998 or 1999. G# ring mechanism. bench mark. Trill Ab/Bb, tremolo b/g, Bb/F, rollers for DC, B/Bb, Whisper key, High D key, High E key between I and II. Found after the end of World War II in a pawnbroker's shop in Bordeaux. and the Right Hand F/Ab keys. High D, off-set high E, rollers on F-Ab, Bb and F#. Modern U-tube, modernized keywork, refinishing and water tubes done by Laslie. Had single Low Db/Eb key mechanism, has since been changed to traditional Restored by Marcus in 1980. A Heckel double low C and high E added. Used in San Francisco Symphony for 15 years, Medium red finish with Ab/Bb trill and High E. French whisper key; Some confusion about mixed serial numbers on joints. Completely refurbished in 1995 by James Keyes and regularly serviced by him. High D and E keys added. completely restored in 2003 (Chris Millard). long joint and tubes in all finger holes. Sterling-silver plating. Restored by Marcus. Wood Refinished. 3) This document may not be distributed for profit. whisper lock, Relocated alt C# touch (very short, under forefinger), rollers on thumb F#; pinky F, F#, Ab; ring finger G. G# ring; The inscription, Used in Dundee, London, Singapore and Oakville, Ontario. to take it on board ship. High D and E standard set. Owned by a school along with 8519 and 8625. Communal Theatre of Bologna and the Massimo Theatre Bellini of Catania. Heckel added High D and E. Used in the Orchestra do Teatro Municipal, Sao Paulo, Brazil. Used in Atlanta, Columbus(OH), Savannah, and Milwaukee Symphonies. water tubes, right thumb whisper lock. Used in Vancouver and Winnipeg, Vancouver Opera Orchestra. Red/orange instrument with an unusual right hand Bb key immediately above the G key on the boot joint. you can only see part of the other end of the tube when you look through it. Instrument serviced by Tony Milone, Hans Moennig, Holden McAlleer and major extensive work by Carl Sawicki. Mechanism for end pin on boot cup. low E/F# articulated trill, offset High E,D# trill, Eb trill and C# trill keys, special One-Touch Whisper Key Lock mechanism, Rollers on Low C/D, Wide F# Roller, 6 Rollers for Right Thumb, Special Extra Resonance Key on boot joint. Updated by Hans Moenig; refinished by another repair facility in 1980. New finish by Heckel some years ago and new silver by Moosmann. 2 rollers between Low C/D, ivory bell ring, silver plated keywork. Used in the Berlin Opera. C#/D# trill on the long joint (their model B). Went unused for 40 years (1925-1965). Thumb Ab/Bb Trill Key. I beleieve Kohlert wantet to copy a bit the Heckel design. Overhauled and silver-plated in 2006 by Marcus Wieler. Fox Bassoon Serial Numbers. Ordered by the original owner during a visit to the Heckel factory Walter Rieger renewed keywork with high E key. Eb trill key, high D, "typewriter" whisper key lock. During world wars the history of bassoon is unknown. Serviced by Laslie/Nordby. I have played on 2 schrieber bassoons, and i absolutely love them. Serviced by Laslie/Nordby. Left hand: Has right and left hand whisper key lock. Added High E; refinished; repaired dry root in the boot; A-bridge added; Nickelplated. It is signed with. double plated in silver by Anderson, and an original thumb trill Ab to Bb. A silver plated balance hanger (not a Heckel model) was added by Maarten Vonk in 2005. It has inserts in the C, D and E holes in the tenor joint. Refinished and replated at Hans Moennigs shop in Philadelphia. A successful auction was closed with a winner, in addition to new laquer and complete silver replating. Nickel plated. B/C# articulated trill, High D and E. Eb trill, Ab-Bb trill. The following is an explanation of some of the typical variations you may find in instrument descriptions: For your convenience, you may use the following hyperlinks to jump directly to a specific serviced by Laslie/Nordby. Current owner says "A crack in the bell was apparently repaired at the liners in every tone hole rising above the pad seat in order to achieve perfect seal. No water tubes, and no high E key. Restored by Krantz. Fully restored by Maxi Vera in Zaandam, The Netherlands, I have assigned the ficticous serial number. Left thumb whisper key lock. Voiced and made playable by Hugh Cooper in 1990-91. Added keywork: Ab/Bb trill R.H. Eb trill with displaced C#. Water tubes by James Keyes, played professionally in Boston and Milwaukee Symphonies. Post 1889: Lined Wing Joint to avoid the consistent challenge of Decay. Maintained by Laslie. WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY, FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE AND FREEDOM FROM In the Detroit area its entire life. Click here to see the standard catalog options offered for a new Heckel bassoon. The serial numbers listed here are for the German/Czech made instruments. Used in the Soni Ventorum Wind Quintet, 2 sterling water tubes. Overhauled by Jim Laslie in 1994. and added a tab key to the low d key, for facilitating the short c# fingering. Finger hole tubes extending into the bore. Maintained by Hans Moennig and Frank Marcus. No whisper key, no high d or e key. Red mahogany finish, silver plated. Bell is split into two parts with a joint in the middle. Palisander (rosewood). . Low E-F linkage (permanent), Ab-Bb trill (extra hole - no extra touch). Worked on by Carl Sawicki 1995 (tubes, etc). The bassoon has now been restored to as original as possible. Performance heard and noted by Igor Stravinsky (18-10-1959). Professionally played for 20+ years in Teatro "La Fenice" di Venezia, Seen in the Kenmochi Bassoon Works (Japan, 2/2008). And I believe in time this will need to be repaired. Very dark brown color without visible rings. Pierre Monteux. Used by the first solo player in Teatro dell'Opera di Roma (1963-1987). Used by the principal bassoonists of the then the "Orchestra Sinfonica della RAI-Radiotelevisione Italiana" di ROMA Serial number on the boot joint is 11326, the serial number on the other 3 joints are 11294, includes original... more case in good shape, there is no Bocal, all keys look to be there, overall looks in good shape, I just recently purchased it from an estate sale this past week, it has been sitting for a few years, the pads are secure, but assume the pads will need to replaced or reseated, the tenon corks look fine, … and a guard over the butt joint keys which lie by the right leg. Heckel bassoon serial numbers are not continuous. Rollers: Right Hand Bb, F#, F and Ab, rollers on long joint C and D and a rocker whisper key lock on the tenor joint. Curious for the gentle curve in the bore of the wing joint-- Silver replated. It was then used by a bassoonist in the St. Petersburg Symphony for 20 years classic Walt Disney movie productions, i.e., Serviced by Jimmy Keys in the 1980s. Restored 1983. as well as a left thumb lock with a sideways sliding motion, rollers on low C/D, low Db/Eb, both sides of low E key, low F/Ab, low F/F#, and A key (on wing) The information contained in these documents represent the analyses and opinions of several collaborators. Rollers on low C-D and all right thumb keys, plus the usual. Price: 47.500. Maintenance work done by Carl Sawicki. Herzberg standard long joint (4mm longer on the bell side). Pallisander wood. To Top. This instrument was previously owned and played by Alan Goodman in the LA Philharmonic. Willem Gruner recorded the Weber Op.35 for Victor Talking Machine on this bassoon in 1924. Heckel CREST bassoons are a new model of bassoons being sold by the Heckel firm. and Ab, little finger F#, C# (but not whisper key). Water tubes (F, E, D, C, A, G#) are silver. Repairs by Bowen 2/1998. Spent some time in Kiev. Low E pancake is sculpted with rollers to both sides. Used in performances in New York and Los Angelas orchestras as well as many of the Bb/Ab trill, Used in the Burton article. Not used from late 1970s until sale in 2007. Originally delivered to Chicago. Includes high E key, all extra rollers, Ab/Bb trill key, Eb trill key. Described in great detail in Richard Klimko's French mechanism for left hand, original satin dark brown finish, ivory ring, The old F# mechanism, which closed also the low-E key using a special Last update: 02/10/2012 23:25:08 CREST Information . Admin Jobs. Played professionally with the Toronto Symphony and Caliban Bassoon Quartet for 11 years. Extra right thumb whisper-key. Schreiber never had tjis strong designed wood. Maintained by Carl Sawicki. Serviced by Laslie/Nordby. Free shipping in USA and Canada. Heckel Biebrich, originally called "Almenrader und Heckel", was founded in 1831 in Wiesbaden, Germany and is one of the oldest surviving workshops for constructing musical instruments. Sealing by Carl Sawicki. It also has evidence of having had a left hand rest at some point. bassoon since the 6200 series. Seen in the Kenmochi Bassoon Works (Japan, 10/2008). Teaching Jobs. Heckelphone serial number not known. High D and E keys, right thumb whisper lock, Ab-Bb trill key, Used in the OSPA (Symphony Orchestra at Porto Alegre, Brazil) school. Stolen from Residente Orchestra of Amsterdam in Sep 1975 while they were on tour Used in orchestra, major motion picture sountracks, opera, new music and numerous CD recordings. Dark brown color with stripes. extra wide right pinky F# key and a thumb F#-Ab/Bb trill-Ab key combination Offset High E, Eb, and Eb trill. Imported by Carl Fisher Music (NY); sold to high school in Rockford, IL. Refinished key work, beautiful wood finish, recent overhaul, and reconditioning by Jim Laslie. Maintained by Laslie/Nordby. Balance hanger. Also added: Keywork has double silver plate. Water tubes installed by Moennig. Complete restoration by Marvin Krantz in 2004. Played professionally in period instrument orchestras. plateau keys for left-hand III and right-hand I. Silver tubes. The long joint has a modern, rounded cross-section. Described as a "hybrid" French/German instrument, Updated by Walter Rieger, high e-key, silver tubes, adjustable handrest. High D, E, silver, some tubes. 1880: No Longer called Almenräder Bassoon, referred to as Heckel Bassoon. articulated pinkie key (same key for low E flat/C sharp), right hand E flat trill. Has the factory Bb/G trill option on the boot joint (with an extra pin under the G key through the boot to close the Bb key); has much thicker walls. Restored by Marcus Wieler Bassoon Workshop. Famous stolen instrument-now returned. High D and E keys. Most rollers; has whisper key, no lock; no high d or e; left ring finger plateau key: "short reach", whisper key, no lock; no high d, e; left ring finger, short reach. at the same time, the logo Recent keywork plating, maintained by Marcus/Wheeler in Toronto and Millard/Backun in Vancouver. pancake, F#, and Ab Key, as well as rollers on the left Orangy-brown colour, unique combination whisper key and lock, right thumb whisper key, g# ring key. Used professionaly in the Baltimore/Washington D.C. area. Serviced by Marcus and Weiler. Restored by Rennick Ross. Left thumb whisper key lock. French whisper key in addition to regular whisper key, Tubes only for left hand III and right hand II. A rotary style Right Hand whisper key lock was added. extra low C touch to the right of Low D, and a large spatula on the low D key. Serviced by James Keyes in 1981, 1983, 1991, and 1994. Red, silver plating with German bell. b-fis, A; Balance hanger. This instrument has been played full time by the principal bassoonist of a The instrument was lost in shipment by a previous owner, and the insurance company paid them for the loss. Wing joint and tone holes lined. original stamping. Our quality used bassoons are collected from music schools, conservatories and professional owners. Ab/Bb trill, D/Eb trill for right hand index finger, C# trill displaced downward. C-Db trill above right hand I. high D key, high E key. Refurbished by Keith Bowen. This web page uses the convention serial/manufacturing mark, Serviced by Laslie/Nordby. balance hanger, tapered finger tubes. The first serial number stamped was 3000. with an actual Heckel bassoon "across the globe". high D and E-keys, . illustrate the eveness of a Heckel bassoon's pitch. Used in Rochester, NY. Right hand Fox Rotary Whisper key lock and articulated Ab/Bb trill key. The instrument is walnut-colored and has the original ivory Deep red color, French bell. Philharmonic, the New Mexico and Santa Fe Symphony Orchestras. Thumb f sharp key Posts. Spent some time in Chiba, a town near Tokyo. and came to the United States in the 1980's. Left Thumb C# to A; A to C and rollers between low d and c. Also the Standard Key System with Left Hand whisper Lock. The bassoon is extremely rare because till now there were not any bassoons for sale with serial number under 3000. Instrument was originally black. Maintained by Frank Marcus and John Gable, voiced by Benson Bell. Restored by HARY SCHWEIZER 2004. We offer week-long trials for all of our instruments. Played professionally at the Florida West Coast Symphony in Sarasota, FL. Rollers: whisper/C#, A, D/C, C/B, B/Bb. High-e, Ab-Bb trill, French whisper, The Handel and Haydn Society, and A flick keys; low C and D, Red mahogany, ivory bell ring, French whisper key, stolen from Washburn Univeristy, Topeka Kansas. Every bassoon has been serviced, tested by professional technician. High E key, low C touch, low C#/D# trill button added. Restored by Carl Sawicki 10/93. Offset high E and right hand thumb whisper lock. Has the normal rollers plus rollers on the right thumb Bb, High D and E keys. Low register lock on wing-joint for left thumb High D/E, Eb trill. the Seattle Symphony, Opera and Ballet. Added 3rd finger "C" key Country names were translated to English. Eb trill (between II and III, extra touch on boot, pinky whisper touch (inboard of all other keys), high D, high E, Seen in the Kenmochi Bassoon Works (Japan, 7/2007), Added High E. Replated in silver. Dark red tiger stripe finish, ivory ring on bell; The following tables summarize the production numbers and dates for Heckel bassoons using data drawn from the book Wilhelm Heckel, Six Generations Dedicated To Music, by Edith Reiter, Waldemar Kramer in der marixverlag GmbH, Wiesbaden 2014.. NOTES: When there were multiple entries for a single serial number, only one entry was counted. Left Used in Argentina. Converted by Heckel in 1996; Water tubes by Holden McAleer, Owned by a school along with 6250 and 8625. Low D tone hole has a metal ring inside; looks like a repair from an accident. Refinished in 2002. Ivory ring on bell joint; installed finger tubes. Whisper/C# rollers, French whisper key, Db/Eb trill on wing joint, High D and E keys, rollers on F/Ab and Eb/C#, and a high A/whisper key bridge. High d, high e, 9 original rollers. instrument which had not been in normal production for a Heckel No high d or e keys. Waldemar Kramer in der marixverlag GmbH, Wiesbaden 2014. Model 41i ordered with high D and high E and German bell. Heckel Bassoon, Heckel Contrabassoon, Heckel CREST Bassoon and Heckelphone Serial Numbers . Serviced by Laslie/Nordby. The Heckel bassoon come with 2 Heckel bocals with purchase. Ordered for the Flemish Opera (Belgium), but never played, as the new owner retired 5 years after. for approximately 30 years. Originally delivered in Leipzig. standard position high e, Right thumb c#2, . The serial number is(all the serial numbers match on this bassoon) reads 24734. Regulating screws on whisper key, low B, D, F#, G, E/F# trill. Stolen from Marshall St., Walnut Creek CA near Indian Valley Elementary School on 10/13/2007. . Used as a military band instrument in Hawaii and San Antonio. Refinished in 1993 by John Campbell in L.A. Full restoration by Keith Bowen in Seattle, WA in 2000. maybe we had a design change during that time. Restoration work by Carl Sawicki. The Heckel firm was founded in 1831; however it was 1877 before they began stamping serial numbers on their bassoons. C/Db trill between right hand I and II. hand high D and E keys, Eb and C# trill keys; Low A bell. Originally sold by Carl Fisher Music (N.Y.) to US Army Quartermaster Corps. Nickel-plated keys, Ab-Bb trill, Bb and F# rollers, metal bell ring, Brass rings for tenon protection on both ends of the long joint. Restored by Kenmochi Bassoon Works (Japan). The instrument has a strange anamoly; the stamped manufacturer's mark is. Used Selmer Signet model 132 wood bassoon. We currently have a 2006 Moosmann 222 bassoon for sale, which I decided to take to orchestra to get an idea of how it sounds and feels to pl... Schreiber S10 Bassoon … Added by James Keyes: Long-joint divided, one piece. Boot, long joint and bell are "III", wing is "II". The R13 was designed by Robert Carree, the head acoustician for Buffet (c. 1950). finger holes, rollers on Low F-Ab, low F-F#, thumb Bb-F#, and low The 4 standard rollers (2 each for right and left pinky) are silver rather than plastic. (seems somewhere down the line a high c and d key were added also). Hard rubber tone-hole inserts. Restored by Moosmann in 1990; keywork silver plated, Keith Bowen sealed 9-1-07, high D, E offset, A bridge, RH wisp key lock, R.H. In 2000 had a high E and D key added by the English maker Soulsby. Heckel bassoon serial numbers are assigned when the wood for the instrument is chosen for construction. Seen in the Kenmochi Bassoon works (Japan, 7/2006). 11/2005 (, High D/E. Heckel added Ab/Bb trill, high e Spent some time in St. Petersburg and New Zealand. joint lock, French whisper key also added. 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