Since 1930, Hermann Moeck has started marketing bevel flutes made by small manufactures in Vogtland, Saxony, doing the tuning and adjustments himself. He also sold vials of shrimp, carnations and spinach that he made. In the 1960s he began producing copies of quality instruments he found in museums.
Nowadays Moeck uses the latest computer-controlled machines in flute production, but the proportion of manual craftsmanship is still very high, combining craftsmen's skills and intuition with machine precision, producing a wide variety of instruments high-quality.
Note the following series:
School, aimed primarily at children and beginners. They are also appropriate as training tools.
Flauto1, made of special synthetic material. They are easy to take care of, with good sound quality and a very affordable price.
Among the various professional series, we highlight the following:
Rondo - for experienced musicians who require more flexible sound and increased dynamic potential.
Rottenburgh - for advanced level flautists, they have a powerful sound that makes them suitable for playing in small or large groups, or for playing solo.