Jacob Denner

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18th century recorders by Denner et al from Das Germanische Nationalmuseum Nürnberg

Jacob Denner (1681–1735) was a woodwind instrument maker of Nuremberg.

He was the son of Johann Christoph Denner, improver of the chalumeau and inventor of the clarinet. Jacob is also well known for his recorders[1] which have become the model for many modern instruments.[2] He is reported to have worked for the Medecis court in Florence in 1708.[3]

Jacob was also a performer and member of the Nuremberg Stadtpfeiferei.[4]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Robert Austin Warner; Friedrich von Huene (1974). "A Jacob Denner Recorder in the United States of Americ". The Galpin Society Journal. 21: 88–98. JSTOR 841432. 
  2. ^ "Denner Recorders from Mollenhauer". Mollenhauer Recorders. 2016. Retrieved 2016-07-09. 
  3. ^ Arpin, Joël. "Denner". Retrieved 2016-07-09. 
  4. ^ Fischer, Charles. "Unicorn Music: Denner Family". Retrieved 2016-07-09. 

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