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Nadina Mackie Jackson



Museum quality, fine 19th century bassoon, possibly made in Dresden, restored and maintained by Robin Howell and more recently Leslie Ross in 2011 with a linseed oil bath, fitting of keys and bumpers and complete cleaning. High A, C and D keys and Low E Flat. 

This bassoon has no maker's stamp, and there is a capital F carved carefully on the inside curve of the wing joint (see photos). Evidence of much playing has been burnished into the beautiful naturally flamed maple. There is a fracture in the bell ring. This instrument was played for many years over a period of two centuries and has a rich, stable and warm tone. Comes with two bocals by Leslie Ross.

Contact Nadina with any questions

The bassoon is available for testing at Frank Marcus Woodwinds, call or write for an appointment 705-429-7190 or Serious inquiries only.

Another rare 19th century bassoon by Glier also available.


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