The following is a list of cornetto and serpent makers (and those who make mouthpieces for those instruments) with their websites (or email address if no website was available). No attempt was made to evaluate the instruments, and a listing here implies no endorsement on the part of the HBS as this list is intended only for reference purposes. Information regarding omissions or corrections is welcome via email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Damien Bardonnet: www.dbardonnet.com
Stefan Beck: www.musikhandwerk.de
Stephen Berger: www.serpents.ch
Serge Delmas: email@example.com
Paolo Fanciullacci: firstname.lastname@example.org
To the best of our knowledge he no longer makes instruments.
Sam Goble (mouthpieces, cornetti, and instrument-making workshops): Cambridge Woodwind Makers; www.samgoble.com
Henri Gohin: email@example.com
Andrew Hallock: www.hallockmusic.com; http://www.hallock-cornetti.com
David Harding: To the best of our knowledge Harding is no longer making serpents
Fritz Heller: www.blasende-instrumente.net
Andrea Inghisciano: firstname.lastname@example.org
; Andrea Inghisciano makes a straight 4 hole + humb hole cornett as depicted on Arnolt Schlick’s Spiegel der Orgelmacher 1511.
Kaiser Church Serpents: http://kaiserserpents.com/
Matthew Jennejonn: email@example.com
Jacques Leguy: To the best of our knowledge he does not make instruments anymore.
John McCan: He is officially retired from active cornetto making, but invites friends and colleagues to keep in touch via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Christopher Monk Workshop: www.jeremywest.co.uk
Pierre Ribo: www.serpent-ribo.com
Juan Lopez Romera: www.serpenton.es
Jamie Savan: Jamie.email@example.com
; CyberZink is a project led by Jamie Savan at Newcastle University, exploring the potential of CAD modelling and 3D printing for organological research. The project now has its own dedicated site: www.cyberzink.org
Christoph Schuler: www.allantica.ch
J.C. Sherman Mouthpieces: www.jcsherman.net
Ricardo Simian 3D Cornets: www.3dmusicinstruments.com
Grzegorz Tomaszewicz: www.gtmusicalinstruments.com
Siem van der Vee: www.zink-cornetto.com
Roland Wilson: firstname.lastname@example.org In addition to a wide range of 440 and high pitch cornetti, Roland Wilson reports that he has recently made four bass cornetts. In addition he is making a Renaissance cornett at a' = 466, 415 or 440 which is based on the instrument in the Freiberg Cathedral.