My Story

Frieder G. Loebner began his apprenticeship as „Metallblasinstrumentenmacher“ (brass
instrument maker) with Master Alfred Eckensberger (Reissmann-student) in Roehrsdorf near Chemnitz in 1978. 


After his apprenticesship and journeymanship Mr Loebner got self-employed with his own workshop in the 1000 years old town of Bautzen, Germany. 

In 1986 he could pass the examination for the master craftsman’s diploma in Markneukirchen with Master Martin Peter.

As masterpiece he manufactured a B-Tenor-Quarttrombone in traditional Saxon construction.

Now for 18 years he has been making and repairing all brass instruments. After the German reunification in 1990 he could open his own music store.

From the beginning, wide mesured concert trumpets and trombones with the diapason similar to Heckel Dresden have left the Loebner workshop.