Schreiber & Keilwerth Musical Instruments

The Schreiber company was founded in 1946 and has a long tradition of making woodwind instruments, such as bassoons, clarinets, oboes and flutes. Today, Schreiber is one of the leading makers of German clarinets and has a world wide reputation for its bassoons. Schreiber has 2 factories in Germany, one in Nauheim and one in Markneukirchen, Vogtland. Both are regions with a long tradition of musical instrument making. The company Julius Keilwerth was established in 1925. 80 years of experience and expertise have made the company one of the leading saxophone makers world wide. In 1996, Keilwerth merged with Schreiber. The passion of musical instrument making which unites Schreiber and Keilwerth is now also reflected in the new company name: Schreiber & Keilwerth Musical Instruments. One company with two strong brands in its approach forward to meet the challenges of the future.

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