Bosch style Hurdy-gurdy
Renaissance style for historical re-enactment
The Bosch Hurdy-Gurdy is based on the painting
by Heironymous Bosch. The Bosch model dates to the 15th century, in
the Renaissance style, with a dog and a single row of keys.The plans for
this instrument were drawn by hurdy-gurdy master builder and player Marcello
Bono. (Naked man and nun with triangle are not included.)
Standard Features:Modal diatonic keybox - 12 keys in a single row forming a diatonic scale with the flexibility to play in several keys.
Five strings - two chanters (melody strings) and three drones
Trompette - with the chien (dog) used for rhythmic accompaniment
Includes:DVD: The Care and Feeding of your Volksgurdy
Accessories - Rosin, cotton, strap and Tourne à Gauche (with friction pegs)
Soft case - Made
of Cordura, specially fitted to the instrument
For details on these features and options, see the Bosch Options
For the base price on this model and prices on the options, see the pricelist.
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