logo Marc Ecochard baroque and classical oboes maker
logo Marc Ecochard baroque and classical oboes maker
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list of instruments oboes made by Marc Ecochard


Baroque oboes :

Oboe after Jacob Denner, Nuremberg,ca 1715. A = 415 Hz
Oboe after Johann Christoph Denner A = 440 Hz
Oboe after Johann Heinrich Eichentopf. A = 415 Hz
Oboe after Thomas Stanesby jr Oxford, Bate collection, A = 415 Hz
Oboe after Castel, Nice museum. A = 415 Hz

French low pitch oboes :

Oboe after Pierre Naust, ca 1700. A = 392 Hz
Oboe after anonymous instrument, so called hautbois des Dragons
A = 392 Hz
Oboe after Jean Hannès Desjardins, Paris,ca 1715. A = 392 Hz
Oboe after Gilles Lot, Paris, ca 1750. A = 392 Hz

Late baroque or Rococo oboes :

Oboe after Carlo Palanca ca 1750. A = 405 Hz or 415 Hz
Oboe after a Danish anonymous hautboy. A = 415 Hz

Classical oboes :

Oboe after Prudent Thiériot, so called Prudent, Paris, late XVIIIth
century, 2 keys. A = 420 Hz. With extra head joint at A = 430 Hz, € 1800
Oboe after Heinrich Grenser, Dresden, ca 1806, 2 keys. A = 430 Hz
Optional extra keys : € 60each
Oboe after anonymous stamped KR (Kongen Regiment), Copenhagen,
early XIXth century, 2 keys. A = 430 Hz
Optional extra keys : € 60 each
Oboe after KR. A = 440 Hz
3 keys (C, Eflat, slur key)
Optional extra keys : €60 each

Oboes d’amore, Taille :

Oboe d’amore after Deper, A = 415 Hz.
Option: with alto hautboy bell : + €100
Hautboy d'amore after Johann Heinrich Eichentopf, La = 415 Hz
Taille de hautbois after Hendrik Richters, Musée de la Musique, Paris.
A = 415 Hz or 392 Hz
Oboe da caccia after Johann Heinrich Eichentopf
English horn after J.H. Grundmann and J.H. Floth, Lisbon Museum, Portugal. A = 430 Hz. 2 keys. Optional extra keys : C# (F#), octave key, € 60 each.
Extended version with low B (E) (€ 3 000)

Traditional oboes :

Hautbois de Poitou. A = 440 Hz
Cornemuse de Poitou, XVIIth century French bagpipe. A = 440 Hz


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