Detail of flute keywork made by Peter Worrell

RECORDER MAKING WITH TIM CRANMORE

Course overview | Make your own professional wooden recorder with expert recorder maker, Tim Cranmore.

During this 5 day course you will be involved in making the tools required for the bore, turning the profile from drawings, drilling the tone holes, making the head-joint and cutting the windway, block fitting, and tuning and voicing the recorder.

With only two students on the course, you are assured dedicated attention as required.

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Since Cambridge Woodwind Makers does not currently have a workshop Tim will continue running these workshops from his home in Malvern. Please see his website for full details: http://www.fippleflute.co.uk/4_courses/4_index.htm

Course director | Tim Cranmore: Internationally respected recorder maker.

Materials | Cedar & Maple (Boxwood on request and at extra cost).

Instrument type | Students will have the choice of making a number of baroque models, eg. Alto recorder after T. Stanesby jnr., A440 or A415, voice flute, A440 or A415, or tenor in C, A440.

Abilities | Suitable for adults and students over 16 years old: musicians, artisans and craftspeople.

Please note; if you have had prior woodturning experience you are more likely to complete your instrument satisfactorily within the week long course. If you do not finish we can arrange a continuation course for you.

Course length | 5 days

Cost | £1000 or E1300 (includes finished instrument).

Personal accident insurance | Personal accident insurance is obligatory for non-EU participants.

Booking and Further information | Please email Tim Cranmore @ tc@fippleflute.co.uk.

We will supply you with all the tools and a ready drilled blank for the recorder you will make.

Please bring your own workshop overalls, with dust and eye protection.

Please note, this course is run privately by Tim Cranmore.

Recorder Making with Tim Cranmore

Make your own wooden recorder from scratch: 5 day course.

Article by past participant Alan Cantor about the course: http://www.cantoraccess.com/publications/misc_2012_recorder_making.shtml.