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Maker of Baroque and Renaissance flutes, fifes, pennywhistles, tabor pipes, and other wind instruments.
Location: Enfield, Connecticut.
Maker and distributor of historical woodwind, brass, string, keyboard, and percussion instruments.
Location: Plymouth, Massachusetts.
Specializing in Medieval, Renaissance, and Baroque music, carries a full line of sheet music, books, and scores, instruments, kits, and strings, and gifts & accessories.
Location: Erie, Colorado.
The largest single source of early musical instruments world-wide. Also does recorder repair.
Location: London, England.
Maker of Susato pennywhistles, tabor pipes, pentatonic- and wide-bore recorders, hurdy-gurdies, crumhorns, and many other products. The affiliated Susato Press publishes practical editions of early and contemporary music for recorders and other instruments.
Location: Brasstown, North Carolina.
The world's largest specialist manufacturer of Medieval, Renaissance and Baroque musical instruments. Also produces instruments in kit form.
Location: Bradford, United Kingdom.
Pipe and Tabor CDs
Pipe and Tabor Books