Heckel Bassoon 7250/3

Description Anniversary Model. The stamp 1831-1931 is visible near the top of the long joint. Metal tenon rings.
History It was made for a player in the Moscow Philharmonic in 1931 and used there for approximately 30 years. It was then used by a bassoonist in the St. Petersburg Symphony for 20 years and came to the United States in the 1980's. Plastic tone hole inserts have been added. Renovated by Keith Bowen. Chad Taylor added: High D key, A-vent whisper key bridge, body lock, right-hand rotary whisper key lock.
Known Sales
  • 05/1999 at undefined
  • 04/2000 at undefined
  • 10/2002 at charlesmusic.com