TECHNICAL DRAWINGS OF HISTORICAL MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS

The drawings from Ture Bergstrøms Instrumentbyggeri exploit the possibilities of the Internet in favour of a cheap and quick exchange of instrument drawings. The main idea is:

For further details, see the article Technical drawings of musical instruments on the Internet.


The drawings include external dimensions, bore diameters, finger hole dimensions, voicing and tuning details. Evaluation copies (with some deletions) in Malz++Kassner CAD 4.7 format can be downloaded from this site. To view the files download the free viewer for this file format or download the full Malz++Kassner CAD 5 from Malz++Kassner web site (30 days test period).

Download free viewer for Malz++Kassner CAD 5 format (3.75 MB)

The drawings are offered on a non-profit but cost-sharing basis. No delivery costs are charged for sending files on e-mail. The prices of paper versions include delivery costs and VAT.

Drawings can be ordered on e-mail and will be sent after payment (including conversion costs) has been received. Regrettably payment by credit card is not yet accepted.

 

Drawing No.

Price on paper 1:1

Price as mkd-file via e-mail

Description of instrument

01

.pdf file for free download

.mkd-file for free download

Not available

Not available

Alto recorder in f' at a'=415 by Johann Pörschmann (Leipzig ca. 1680-1757). Musikhistorisk Museum, Copenhagen, Inv. No. CL 417.

02

Download evaluation copy (190 kB)

DKK 200 including VAT and shipping

DKK 100

Soprano recorder from the 17th century, well suited for the music of Jacob van Eyck. Pitch: in c" at a'=500, or a little above modern d". Dean Castle, Kilmarnock, Scotland, Inv. No. 75.

03

Download evaluation copy (182 kB)

DKK 200 including VAT and shipping

DKK 100

Soprano or sopranino recorder from the 17th century, well suited for the music of Jacob van Eyck. Pitch: in c" at a'=532, or a little above modern eb". Private collection, Århus, Denmark.


Back to index