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Kenneth G. Fiske Museum

 

Recorders, Fipple flutes, Flageolets, Fifes, Ocarinas

 

Recorders

W1     Soprano, William F. Koch, Haverhill, New Hampshire, ca. 1930.

W2     Soprano, William F. Koch, Haverhill, New Hampshire, ca. 1930.

W3     Soprano, Anonymous of U.S. origin, ca. 1930.

W5     Alto, William F. Koch, Haverhill, New Hampshire, ca. 1930.

W6     Alto, Anonymous of U.S. origin, ca. 1930.

W7     Tenor, William F. Koch, Haverhill, New Hampshire, ca. 1930.

W229  Soprano, attributed to Mollenhauer, Germany, 1950s.

 

Fipple Flutes

W265  Coucou Whistle of French origin, ca. 1850.  Walnut body.

W266  Coucou Whistle of French origin, ca. 1850.  Boxwood body.

W36     Penny Whistle, G. Clark, London, ca. 1920.

W37     Penny Whistle, Calura, US, ca. 1930.

W38     Tonette, Ziegner Swanson, Dekalb, Illinois, ca. 1930.

W230   Tonette, Ziegner Swanson, Dekalb, Illinois, ca. 1930.

W4       Saxette or Song Flute, Elva Joseph Fitchhorn, Delaware, Ohio, ca. 1940.

 

Flageolets

W262   Keyless, Thomas Cahusac, Jun., London, ca. 1815.

W260   7-key, Double Flageolet, William Bainbridge and John Wood, London, ca. 1815.

W280   9-key, Double Flageolet, William Bainbridge and John Wood, London, ca. 1815.

W263   1-key, Richard Bilton, London, ca. 1830.

W261   5-key, John Simpson, London, ca. 1835.

W259   3-key, Collinet, Paris, ca. 1840.

W40     4-keys, Jean-Baptiste Gambaro, Paris, ca. 1840.  Ebony body.

W39     1-key, Anonymous, of French origin, ca. 1845.  Boxwood body.

 

Fifes

W10     Anonymous, US origin, ca. 1870.

W11     1-key, Anonymous, US origin, ca. 1880.  With metal funnel embouchure or “cheater”.

W8       German origin marked “G. Müller/Schönling”.  Loan of Margaret Palmer.

W9       2-keys, C. G. Conn, Elkhart, ca. 1895, serial no. 152.

W102   Anonymous, US origin, ca. 1900.

W160   Attributed to Penzel-Mueller, New York, ca. 1900, marked “Geo. Cloos/C/Crosby”.

W152   6-key, B-flat, attributed to C. G. Conn, Elkhart, ca. 1905, serial no. 10627.

W13     Anonymous, US origin, ca. 1920.  Metal in two sections.

W14     Anonymous, US origin, ca. 1920.  Metal in two sections with a metal embouchure plate.

W161   Anonymous, US origin, ca. 1950.

 

Ocarinas

W33     Sopranino in C, Heinrich Fiehn, Vienna, ca. 1890.

W35     Contrabass in C, Heinrich Fiehn, Vienna, ca. 1890.

W265   Porcelain (Alto) in C, Freyer & Co., Leipzig, ca. 1900.  With tuning register.

W34     Alto, Anonymous, US?, ca. 1920.  Plastic body.