Passion

Passion for music is
what drives composers and musicians
to give their very best.
We believe that they deserve instruments
that were built with the same passion.

That is what motivates us every day.

Clarinets

We produce clarinets with German system
and clarinets with Reform Böhm system,
which was invented over 80 years ago
by Herbert Wurlitzer’s father Fritz Wurlitzer.

We are the only company
to produce the entire clarinet family.

Manufactory

The Herbert WURLITZER clarinet manufactory
has a long tradition.
Clarinet making has been practiced here
for several generations,
and for more than 350 years now,
musical instruments have been built
in the Wurlitzer family.

Artists

The best play our instruments.
They are the ones who spur us
on to build the best clarinets
for their high demands.

JÖRG WIDMANN

Photo:©Marco Borggreve

WURLITZER CLARINETS

 

We produce clarinets with German system
and clarinets with Reform Böhm system,
which was invented over 80 years ago
by Herbert Wurlitzer’s father Fritz Wurlitzer.

We are the only company to produce the entire clarinet family.

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PASSION

 

We have always had one aim. We strive to deliver musicians the very best instruments to enable them to unleash their full potential.

Passion for music is what drives composers and musicians to give their very best. We believe that they deserve instruments that were built with the same passion. That is what motivates us every day.

The essence of our success is that we make every clarinet a masterpiece. Every Wurlitzer is handcrafted in Germany which makes every single instrument unique. The process of making a Wurlitzer takes more than 10 years so you can be sure that when you hold it in your hands there is not the smallest detail on it that we have not paid attention to.

TRADITION

 

The Herbert WURLITZER clarinet manufactory has a long tradition. Clarinet making has been practiced here for may generations. In fact for more than 350 years now, musical instruments have been built in the Wurlitzer family.

Our clarinets were first internationally known and appreciated when Fritz Wurlitzer invented the Reform-Boehm clarinet – an instrument with “French” fingering and the sound of a “German” clarinet.

Herbert Wurlitzer, who himself was first a virtuoso at the Leipzig Gewandhaus Orchestra, succeeded in perfecting the instruments and thus gaining a breakthrough into the whole world of music.

Herbert Wurlitzer, Sabine Meyer 

Frank-Ulrich Wurlitzer left his post with the Berliner Philharmoniker after twenty years to devote himself entirely to the family business with his deep insight as a clarinetist. Together with his brother-in-law Bernd Wurlitzer, who is responsible for the management, he forms the leading team today.

Ulrich Wurlitzer, Giovanni Polo, Bernd Wurlitzer

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