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Welcome to woodenrecorders.co.nz.  We are dedicated to promoting recorder playing in New Zealand by providing players with the opportunity to purchase a range of high quality wooden recorders.  We currently stock ranges from three major suppliers: Moeck, Mollenhauer, and Kung, with models suitable for beginners to professional standard.

Use the top menu bar to see the full range of recorders we can provide.  Use More and Contact/Buy to order manually or to ask any questions you have.

We are based in Omapere in the Far North, but are able to send recorders out all over New Zealand.  We are able to give advice by email (info@woodenrecorders.co.nz) or phone (021 028 43979).  And of course you're welcome to drop in by appointment and see and try out our stocked range - just telephone in first to make sure we're in.

Welcome to Wooden Recorders

New ABRSM exams

New syllabus for recorder grade exams

Even if you don't want to take exams, the syllabus gives some great ideas of music to try.

Recorder Course Australia

Great place, great music, great tutors.

An intensive and intimate recorder course for intermediate and advanced players of all ages. Six days of technique classes, small ensemble and chamber ensemble. Each group works with a variety of world renowned tutors. Full board is available on campus.

School Recorders

Give your child a head start when learning the recorder

If your child is learning the recorder at school, give them a head start. We have a range of wooden school descant recorders, from $78 to $152. Call now for details. 021 028 43979

Plumwood Dream Edition

Looks beautiful and sounds wonderful

Mollenhauer's renaissance-inspired Dream recorders in plumwood with maple decorative rings look fabulous. They have a rich warm tone which sounds great in a consort. Soprano, Alto, Tenor and Bass available.

CITES and delivery times

Protection for trees can mean longer delivery times

CITES (Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora) has recently extended its coverage to some species of Dalbergia wood. This affects recorders made from Palisander, rosewood and grenadilla. These recorders are still available, but need to be certified as from sustainable plantations before they are exported from Europe. This means that they generally take 2-3 weeks longer to arrive in New Zealand. Where we have current stock, there is no delay.