Chrotta

The existence of chrotta is reliably documented as early as in the beginning of 7th century.
It developed from the Celtic instrument called crwth.
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Models for you:


1. Celtic chrotta
chrotta_1You can use it for – renaissance and medieval music, Irish or Scottish music, folk, …
Number of strings – 6 (2 bourdons, 4 melodic)
Tuning – c, g, g, d1, a1, e2
Length – 47 cm
Width – 21 cm
Material – maple, spruce, shellac
Options according to your requirements – colour, surface finishing, carvings, inlays…

Price – 320 € (plus postage)

Questions, your own ideas about the instrument, ordering > write here <

(Appraisal of one amateur musician: „It is designed for old music, especially renaissance sounds very well on chrotta. I play even country music on it.“)


2. Celtic chrotta – bow
chrotta_1You can use it for – renaissance and medieval music, Irish or Scottish music, folk, …
Number of strings – 6 (2 bourdons, 4 melodic)
Tuning – g, g, c1, g1, c2, g2
Length – 60 cm
Width – 24 cm
Material – maple, spruce, ash, shellac
Options according to your requirements – colour, surface finishing, carvings, inlays…

Price – 300 € (plus postage)

Questions, your own ideas about the instrument, ordering > write here <

(Appraisal of one amateur musician: „It is designed for old music, especially renaissance sounds very well on chrotta. I play even country music on it.“)



3. Celtic chrotta
chrotta_2You can use it for – renaissance and medieval music, Irish or Scottish music, folk, …
Number of strings – 6 (2 bourdons, 4 melodic)
Tuning – c, g, g, d1, a1, e2
Length – 49 cm
Width – 22 cm
Material – maple, spruce, walnut, spirit varnish
Options according to your requirements – colour, surface finishing, carvings, inlays…

Price– 280 € (plus postage)

Questions, your own ideas about the instrument, ordering > write here <


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