Heckel Bassoon 7250/3

last updated Tue, 21 Apr 2020 20:21:22 GMT


Anniversary Model. The stamp 1831-1931 is visible near the top of the long joint. Metal tenon rings.


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.

Known servicing:
  • Keith Bowen - Renovated
  • Chad Taylor - Added High D key, A-vent whisper key bridge, body lock, right-hand rotary whisper key lock