Top Tenor Recorders (Baroque)
Top Tenor Recorders (Baroque)

Top 79 Tenor Recorders (Baroque) 2021

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  1. Mollenhauer Waldorf Edition Tenor Recorder
  2. Moeck 4405 Rottenburgh Tenor
  3. Mollenhauer 4427 Adris Dream Tenor
  4. Moeck 4425 Rottenburgh Tenor
  5. Küng 1501 Studio Tenor Recorder
  6. Mollenhauer 5420 Denner Tenor Recorder
  7. Mollenhauer 5416C Denner Comfort Tenor
  8. Yamaha YRT-61 M Tenor Recorder
  9. Mollenhauer 5432 Denner Tenor with Key
  10. Moeck 5456 Hotteterre Antik 415Hz
  11. Moeck 5455 Hotteterre Antik 442
  12. Moeck 2941 Flauto Rondo Tenor
  13. Moeck 2920 Flauto Rondo PLUS Tenor
  14. Moeck 4401 Rottenburgh Tenor
  15. Mollenhauer 2446C Canta Comfort Tenor
  16. Mollenhauer 8350 Evo Helder Tenor Recorder
  17. Mollenhauer 5431KC Denner Tenor with Key
  18. Küng 2503 Superio Tenor Recorder
  19. Küng 1503 Studio Tenor Recorder
  20. Moeck 4420 Rottenburgh Tenor
  21. Küng 1581 Studio Tenor Recorder
  22. Moeck 2921 Flauto Rondo PLUS Tenor
  23. Moeck 2421 Flauto Rondo Tenor
  24. Küng 2501 Superio Tenor Recorder
  25. Mollenhauer 2406K Canta Curved Tenor
  26. Moeck 4940 Rottenburgh Curved Tenor
  27. Moeck 8420 Tenor Renaissance B
  28. Küng 1511 Studio Tenor Recorder
  29. Küng 2511 Superio Tenor Recorder
  30. Moeck 4407 Rottenburgh Tenor
  31. Küng 1502 Studio Tenor Recorder
  32. Moeck 4427 Rottenburgh Tenor
  33. Moeck 4941 Rottenburgh Curved Tenor
  34. Moeck 5454 Hotteterre Boxwood 415
  35. Moeck 4440 Rottenburgh Tenor Curved
  36. Moeck 4441 Rottenburgh Tenor Curved
  37. Mollenhauer 2406 Canta Tenor Recorder
  38. Moeck 2401 Flauto Rondo Tenor
  39. Moeck 4400 Rottenburgh Tenor
  40. Küng 1593 Sinor Tenor Recorder
  41. Mollenhauer TE-4428 Dream Edition Tenor
  42. Mollenhauer 5430 Denner Tenor with Key
  43. Mollenhauer 2446K Canta Tenor Recorder
  44. Mollenhauer 2446 Canta Tenor Recorder
  45. Mollenhauer 5406 Denner Tenor Recorder
  46. Aulos 211A Robin Tenor Recorder
  47. Mollenhauer 2446KC Canta Comfort Tenor
  48. Mollenhauer 5422 Denner Tenor Recorder
  49. Mollenhauer 4407 Kynseker Tenor Recorder
  50. Moeck 8421 Renaissance Tenor
  51. Moeck 4404 Rottenburgh Tenor
  52. Yamaha YRT-304 B II Tenor Recorder
  53. Aulos 511B Symphony Tenor Recorder
  54. Mollenhauer 5416 Denner Double Key Tenor
  55. Moeck 2420 Flauto Rondo Tenor
  56. Küng 2509 Superio Tenor Recorder
  57. Mollenhauer 4408 Kynseker Tenor Recorder
  58. Mollenhauer 5432C Denner Comfort Tenor
  59. Moeck 4424 Rottenburgh Tenor
  60. Mollenhauer 5430C Denner Comfort Tenor
  61. Thomann TRT-31B Tenor Recorder
  62. Adler Heinrich BaroqueTenor Recorder
  63. Moeck 2400 Flauto Rondo Tenor
  64. Mollenhauer 8350 Helder Tenor Recorder
  65. Moeck 4421 Rottenburgh Tenor
  66. Adler Heinrich Baroque Tenor Recorder DK
  67. Mollenhauer 5431C Denner Tenor with Key
  68. Moeck 5453 Hotteterre Boxwood 442
  69. Küng 4504 Marsyas Tenor Recorder
  70. Küng 4509 Marsyas Tenor Recorder
  71. Mollenhauer 4418 Kynseker Tenor Recorder
  72. Mollenhauer 5431 Denner Tenor with Key
  73. Moeck 4451 Rottenburgh Tenor Curved
  74. Küng 4506 Marsyas Tenor Recorder
  75. Mollenhauer 4417 Kynseker Tenor Recorder
  76. Moeck 2940 Flauto Rondo PLUS Tenor
  77. Küng 4513 Marsyas Tenor Recorder
  78. Küng 4511 Marsyas Tenor Recorder
  79. Moeck 4450 Rottenburgh Tenor Curved

1. Mollenhauer Waldorf Edition Tenor Recorder

Mollenhauer Waldorf Edition Tenor Recorder

Flûte à bec ténor

  • Edition Waldorf
  • Doigté baroque
  • En poirier
  • 3 pièces
  • Double trou
  • La = 442 Hz
  • Trousse en coton incl.

2. Moeck 4405 Rottenburgh Tenor

Moeck 4405 Rottenburgh Tenor

Tenor Recorder

  • Made from rosewood
  • Baroque fingering
  • Double toneholes
  • Includes a case, cleaning rod and -cloth, certificate, fingering chart, maintenance set

3. Mollenhauer 4427 Adris Dream Tenor

Mollenhauer 4427 Adris Dream Tenor

Flûte à bec ténor

  • Flûte de rêve d’Adri
  • Tessiture: 2 octaves
  • En poirier
  • Doigté baroque
  • Double trou
  • Double clé
  • Forme extérieure basée sur les flûtes à bec médiévales
  • Perce intérieure basée basée sur les flûtes à bec van Eyck
  • Couleur: Naturel
  • Livrée en étui souple

4. Moeck 4425 Rottenburgh Tenor

Moeck 4425 Rottenburgh Tenor

Rottenburgh Tenor Recorder

Like the violin, the classical recorder also dates from the Baroque period. The cultural centres of that period were Paris, London, Amsterdam, Nuremberg and Brussels. The renowned recorder maker Friedrich von Huene has examined almost all remaining original instruments from this period, which are being held today in museums. From the sum of his data, the Moeck Rottenburgh baroque recorders in the style of the instruments by the recorder maker Jean-Hyacinth-Joseph Rottenburgh were created.

Characterised by their brilliant pitch and modern tuning, today they are the most frequently played Baroque solo recorders available, which have proven themselves to be an especially reliable instrument.

  • Made from rosewood
  • Baroque fingering
  • With double key
  • Includes a case, cleaning rod and -cloth, certificate, fingering chart, maintenance set

5. Küng 1501 Studio Tenor Recorder

Küng 1501 Studio Tenor Recorder

Tenor recorder

  • Baroque fingering
  • Pitch: A’ = 442 Hz
  • The Studio tenor recorder is well suited to playing in an ensemble either as a medium voice, or as the first in a low quartet (tenor to sub-bass). The recorder is gaining more and more in popularity these days, simply because of the pleasant sounds it produces.
  • This key-less tenor is relatively easy to get to grip, in particular for the little finger at the bottom
  • Range: 2 octaves and a minor third
  • Produces a deep and warm sound
  • Length: 60.8 cm
  • Material: Pearwood
  • Has been treated internally with paraffin
  • Inside and outside treated with oil

6. Mollenhauer 5420 Denner Tenor Recorder

Mollenhauer 5420 Denner Tenor Recorder

Denner Tenor Recorder

  • Material: Rosewood (Dalbergia stevensonii)
  • Baroque fingering
  • Double hole without key
  • 3-Piece
  • Narrow scale
  • Easy to grip
  • Thin and elegant in tone
  • Includes cotton carrying bag and accessories

7. Mollenhauer 5416C Denner Comfort Tenor

Mollenhauer 5416C Denner Comfort Tenor

Denner Comfort Tenor Recorder

  • From light pear wood
  • The Mollenhauer Comfort Tenor makes playing easy
  • Two additional keys reduce strain on the hands
  • G-key: The left ring finger no longer needs to be strained.
  • F-key: The right index finger stretches less, making the entire hand relaxed.
  • C / C# double key
  • The ergonomically designed and easy to operate key mechanism relieves the little finger of any strain when playing the lowest notes.
  • Scope of supply: Instrument, thumb rest, carrying strap, case, cleaning rod, joint grease, oil maintenance, fingering chart and care instructions

8. Yamaha YRT-61 M Tenor Recorder

Yamaha YRT-61 M Tenor Recorder

Tenor Recorder

  • Baroque fingering
  • 3 Parts
  • Made from maple
  • C/C# – double key
  • a’ = 442 Hz
  • Includes fingering chart, wiper cloth, grease and case

9. Mollenhauer 5432 Denner Tenor with Key

Mollenhauer 5432 Denner Tenor with Key

Tenor Recorder

  • Zapatero wood
  • Baroque fingering
  • Double key
  • Instrument: 3 Parts
  • Wide bore
  • Produces a powerful sound, full of character
  • Includes a case

10. Moeck 5456 Hotteterre Antik 415Hz

Moeck 5456 Hotteterre Antik 415Hz

Tenor Recorder

The Hotteterre tenor has a uniform strong and warm sound across all registers. It is particularly suited to solo playing, especially since its range of 2 1/2 octaves makes transverse flute pieces available to it. Because of their long scale, these tenors can not be played without a key.

  • Made from boxwood
  • Antique stained
  • Tenor recorder based on the designs of Jean Hotteterre (Paris, after 1640)
  • Pitch: 415 Hz
  • Incl. case, cleaning rod and cloth, certificate, fingering chart and maintenance set

11. Moeck 5455 Hotteterre Antik 442

Moeck 5455 Hotteterre Antik 442

Tenor recorder

The Hotteterre tenor has a uniform strong and warm sound across all registers. It is particularly suited to solo playing, especially since its range of 2 1/2 octaves makes transverse flute pieces available to it. Because of their long scale, these tenors can not be played without a key.

  • Made from boxwood
  • Antique staining
  • Tenor recorder based on the designs of Jean Hotteterre (Paris, after 1640)
  • Pitch: 442 Hz
  • Incl. case, cleaning rod and cloth, certificate, fingering chart and maintenance set

12. Moeck 2941 Flauto Rondo Tenor

Moeck 2941 Flauto Rondo Tenor

PLUS Tenor Recorder

  • Baroque fingering
  • Stained maple
  • Pitch: a1 = 442Hz
  • 4-Piece instrument
  • C/C# Key
  • F and G key
  • Adjustable thumb rest and carrying strap
  • Includes a case and instrument maintenance accessories

13. Moeck 2920 Flauto Rondo PLUS Tenor

Moeck 2920 Flauto Rondo PLUS Tenor

PLUS Tenor Recorder

  • Baroque fingering
  • Material: Maple
  • Pitch: A1 = 442Hz
  • 3-Piece instrument
  • C/C# Key
  • F and G key
  • Adjustable thumb rest and carrying strap
  • Includes a case and instrument maintenance accessories

14. Moeck 4401 Rottenburgh Tenor

Moeck 4401 Rottenburgh Tenor

Tenor Recorder

  • Stained maple
  • Double holes
  • Leather bag, cleaning rod and cloth, certificate, fingering chart

15. Mollenhauer 2446C Canta Comfort Tenor

Mollenhauer 2446C Canta Comfort Tenor

Tenor Recorder

  • Material: Light pear
  • Baroque fingering
  • G, F and C/C# key
  • The Mollenhauer Comfort Tenor makes playing easy
  • Two additional keys reduce stretch of the hand
  • G-Key: The left ring finger no longer needs to be strained
  • F-Key: The right index finger grips considerably lower, making the entire hand more relaxed
  • C/C# double-key
  • Smooth running keys for the lowest notes prevent all strain to the little finger
  • Incl. instrument, thumb rest, strap, case, cleaning rod, cork grease, oil, fingering chart and care instructions

16. Mollenhauer 8350 Evo Helder Tenor Recorder

Mollenhauer 8350 Evo Helder Tenor Recorder

Tenor Recorder

  • Baroque fingering
  • Material: Rosewood
  • extended range: B0 to E4
  • Pitch = 442 Hz
  • The tuning slide allows a secure intonation within a bigger pitch range
  • The innovative tenor recorder from the family of harmonic recorders is a high-end version for the most demanding standards
  • Based on the design of Dutch recorder maker Maarten Helder, the instrument was completely reworked in the Mollenhauer workshop in cooperation with recorder player Susanne Fröhlich
  • Includes a case, 3 windway platelets, screwdriver, cleaning rod, cork grease, fingering chart and care instructions

17. Mollenhauer 5431KC Denner Tenor with Key

Mollenhauer 5431KC Denner Tenor with Key

Angled Head “Knick” Tenor Recorder

  • Baroque fingering with double holes
  • Material: Cherry wood
  • Tonal range: c1 – g#
  • a1 = 442 Hz
  • 4 Keys reduce the stretch length required by the hand
  • 3-Piece recorder
  • Produces a slim and stable sound with a certain convincing charm
  • Quick response in all registers makes this recorder ideal for virtuosic music of all eras
  • Includes a case and accessories

18. Küng 2503 Superio Tenor Recorder

Küng 2503 Superio Tenor Recorder

Tenor recorder

  • Baroque fingering
  • Material: Cherry wood
  • Pitch: A’ = 442 Hz
  • The Superio tenor recorder is a solo instrument par excellence. With it you can play Telemann’s solo fantasias in the original key.
  • Thanks to its wide range and rich sound, a selected transverse flute repertoire can also be played.
  • The new key additions are very popular, adding a degree of ‘user-friendliness’ to the instrument
  • Range: 2 octaves and a fifth
  • An elegant and bright sound
  • Length: 64.8 cm
  • Impregnated with paraffin
  • Inside and outside have been oiled

19. Küng 1503 Studio Tenor Recorder

Küng 1503 Studio Tenor Recorder

Tenor recorder

  • Baroque fingering
  • Material: Cherry wood
  • Pitch: A’ = 442 Hz
  • The Studio tenor recorder is well suited to playing in an ensemble either as a medium voice, or as the first in a low quartet (tenor to sub-bass). The recorder is gaining more and more in popularity these days, simply because of the pleasant sounds it produces.
  • This key-less tenor is relatively easy to get to grips with, in particular for the little finger at the bottom
  • Range: 2 octaves and a minor third
  • Produces an elegant sound
  • Length: 60.8 cm
  • Has been treated internally with paraffin
  • Inside and outside have been oiled

20. Moeck 4420 Rottenburgh Tenor

Moeck 4420 Rottenburgh Tenor

Tenor Recorder

  • Material: Maple
  • Double key
  • Includes a case, fingering chart, cleaning rod and cloth

21. Küng 1581 Studio Tenor Recorder

Küng 1581 Studio Tenor Recorder

“Knick” (bent head) tenor recorder

  • Baroque fingering
  • Material: Pearwood
  • Pitch: A’ = 442 Hz
  • The Studio tenor recorder is well suited to playing in an ensemble either as a medium voice, or as the first in a low quartet (tenor to sub-bass). The knick recorder is gaining more and more in popularity these days, simply because of the pleasant sounds it produces.
  • This key-less tenor is relatively easy to get to grips with, in particular for the little finger at the bottom
  • Range: 2 octaves and a minor third
  • Produces a dark and warm sound
  • Length: 60.8 cm
  • Has been treated internally with paraffin
  • Inside and outside have been oiled

22. Moeck 2921 Flauto Rondo PLUS Tenor

Moeck 2921 Flauto Rondo PLUS Tenor

Tenor recorder

  • Register: Tenor
  • PLUS keys
  • Baroque fingering
  • Stained maple
  • Pitch: A1 = 442Hz
  • Model comes in three parts
  • C / C# key
  • F and G key
  • Adjustable thumb support and carrying strap
  • Incl. case and maintenance accessories

23. Moeck 2421 Flauto Rondo Tenor

Moeck 2421 Flauto Rondo Tenor

Tenor recorder

The Flauto Rondo stands for a warm sound that remains balanced under all playing situations, one that can be achieved even without perfect breathing techniques at the same time as mixing well in ensembles.

  • Model: Flauto Rondo
  • Baroque fingering
  • Double key
  • Stained maple
  • Pitch: A’ = 442 Hz
  • Model comes in three parts
  • Incl. cotton and leather bag

24. Küng 2501 Superio Tenor Recorder

Küng 2501 Superio Tenor Recorder

Tenor recorder

  • Baroque fingering
  • Material: Pearwood
  • Pitch: A’ = 442 Hz
  • The Superio tenor recorder is a solo instrument par excellence. With it you can play Telemann’s solo fantasias in the original key.
  • Thanks to its wide range and rich sound, a selected transverse flute repertoire can also be played.
  • The new key additions are very popular, adding a degree of ‘user-friendliness’ to the instrument
  • Range: 2 octaves and a fifth
  • A robust, full and warm sound
  • Length: 64.8 cm
  • Treated internally with paraffin
  • Inside and outside have been oiled

25. Mollenhauer 2406K Canta Curved Tenor

Mollenhauer 2406K Canta Curved Tenor

“Knick” (bent head) tenor recorder

  • Material: Pearwood, natural
  • Baroque fingering
  • Double holes, without key
  • Incl. case

26. Moeck 4940 Rottenburgh Curved Tenor

Moeck 4940 Rottenburgh Curved Tenor

Knick Tenor Recorder

  • Baroque fingering
  • Material: Maple
  • a1 = 442 Hz
  • 3-Piece
  • F and G key
  • Includes case and care accessories

27. Moeck 8420 Tenor Renaissance B

Moeck 8420 Tenor Renaissance B

Tenor Recorder

  • Tenor Renaissance Series
  • Baroque fingering
  • Maple stained and treated with linseed oil
  • Includes a case and maintenance set

28. Küng 1511 Studio Tenor Recorder

Küng 1511 Studio Tenor Recorder

Tenor recorder

  • Baroque fingering
  • Material: Stained pearwood
  • Pitch: A’ = 442 Hz
  • The Studio tenor recorder is well suited to playing in an ensemble either as a medium voice, or as the first in a low quartet (tenor to sub-bass). The recorder is gaining more and more in popularity these days, simply because of the pleasant sounds it produces.
  • This key-less tenor is relatively easy to get to grips with, in particular for the little finger at the bottom
  • Range: 2 octaves and a minor third
  • Produces a deep and warm sound
  • Length: 60.8 cm
  • Has been treated internally with paraffin
  • Inside has been oiled
  • Outside with matte lacquer finish

29. Küng 2511 Superio Tenor Recorder

Küng 2511 Superio Tenor Recorder

Tenor recorder

  • Baroque fingering
  • Material: Stained pearwood
  • Pitch: A’ = 442 Hz
  • The Superio tenor recorder is a solo instrument par excellence. With it you can play Telemann’s solo fantasias in the original key.
  • Thanks to its wide range and rich sound, a selected transverse flute repertoire can also be played.
  • The new key additions are very popular, adding a degree of ‘user-friendliness’ to the instrument
  • Range: 2 octaves and a fifth
  • A robust, full and warm sound
  • Length: 64.8 cm
  • Treated internally with paraffin
  • Inside has been oiled
  • Outer matte lacquer finish

30. Moeck 4407 Rottenburgh Tenor

Moeck 4407 Rottenburgh Tenor

Rottenburgh Tenor Recorder

  • Grenadilla (Dalbergia melanoxylon)
  • Baroque fingering
  • Double hole
  • Includes case, cleaning rod and cloth, certificate, fingering chart, and maintenance set

31. Küng 1502 Studio Tenor Recorder

Küng 1502 Studio Tenor Recorder

Tenor recorder

  • Baroque fingering
  • Material: Maple
  • Pitch: A’ = 442 Hz
  • The Studio tenor recorder is well suited to playing in an ensemble either as a medium voice, or as the first in a low quartet (tenor to sub-bass). The recorder is gaining more and more in popularity these days, simply because of the pleasant sounds it produces.
  • This key-less tenor is relatively easy to get to grips with, in particular for the little finger at the bottom
  • Range: 2 octaves and a minor third
  • Produces a deep and warm sound
  • Length: 60.8 cm
  • Has been treated internally with paraffin
  • Inside and outside have been oiled

32. Moeck 4427 Rottenburgh Tenor

Moeck 4427 Rottenburgh Tenor

Tenor Recorder

  • Made from blackwood
  • With double key
  • Includes a case, cleaning rod and cloth, certificate, fingering chart

33. Moeck 4941 Rottenburgh Curved Tenor

Moeck 4941 Rottenburgh Curved Tenor

Angled Head “Knick” Tenor Recorder

  • Baroque fingering
  • Material: Stained maple
  • a1 = 442 Hz
  • 3-Part instrument
  • F and G key
  • Includes a case and care accessories

34. Moeck 5454 Hotteterre Boxwood 415

Moeck 5454 Hotteterre Boxwood 415

Tenor recorder

The Hotteterre tenor has a uniform strong and warm sound across all registers. It is particularly suited to solo playing, especially since its range of 2 1/2 octaves makes transverse flute pieces available to it. Due to their long scale, these tenors can not be played without a key.

  • Made from boxwood
  • Tenor recorder based on the designs of Jean Hotteterre (Paris, after 1640)
  • Pitch: 415 Hz
  • Incl. case, cleaning rod and cloth, certificate, fingering chart and maintenance set

35. Moeck 4440 Rottenburgh Tenor Curved

Moeck 4440 Rottenburgh Tenor Curved

“Knick” (bent head) tenor recorder

  • Rottenburgh Series
  • Material: Maple, natural
  • Baroque fingering
  • Double key for C/C# and double holes for D/D#
  • Pitch: A’ = 442 Hz
  • Incl. leather case, cleaning rod and cloth, certificate and fingering chart

36. Moeck 4441 Rottenburgh Tenor Curved

Moeck 4441 Rottenburgh Tenor Curved

Knick Tenor Recorder

  • Rottenburgh series
  • Maple stained
  • Baroque fingering
  • Double key for C / C# and double hole for D / D#
  • a’= 442 Hz
  • Includes leather case, cleaning rod, cleaning cloth, certificate and fingering chart

37. Mollenhauer 2406 Canta Tenor Recorder

Mollenhauer 2406 Canta Tenor Recorder

Tenor Recorder

  • Natural pearwood
  • Baroque fingering
  • Double holes without key
  • Includes a cotton bag

38. Moeck 2401 Flauto Rondo Tenor

Moeck 2401 Flauto Rondo Tenor

Flauto Rondo Tenor Recorder

The Flauto Rondo stands for a warm sound that remains balanced under all playing situations, one that can be achieved even without perfect breathing techniques at the same time as mixing well in ensembles.

  • Baroque fingering
  • Double holes
  • Stained maple
  • A’ = 442 Hz
  • Model comes in three parts
  • Incl. cotton and leather pouch

39. Moeck 4400 Rottenburgh Tenor

Moeck 4400 Rottenburgh Tenor

Rottenburgh tenor recorder

  • Material: Maple, natural
  • With double holes
  • Incl. case, cleaning rod and cloth, certificate, fingering chart

40. Küng 1593 Sinor Tenor Recorder

Küng 1593 Sinor Tenor Recorder

Knick (“bent head”) Tenor Recorder

The Sinor tenor recorder is very well suited for making music in the ensemble, be it as a middle voice or as the first voice of a low-pitched quartet (tenor to sub-bass). This is a line that is becoming more and more popular because it sounds very pleasant and good.

  • Baroque fingering
  • a ‘= 442 Hz
  • 4 keys
  • Relatively easy to grip, especially for the little finger below
  • Ideal ensemble instrument
  • Range: Two octaves and a minor third
  • Dark and warm sound
  • Length: 60.8 cm
  • Material: Matte varnished cherry wood
  • Treated with paraffin inside
  • Inside and outside have been oiled

41. Mollenhauer TE-4428 Dream Edition Tenor

Mollenhauer TE-4428 Dream Edition Tenor

Tenor Recorder

  • Baroque fingering
  • Double holes
  • Ergonomically designed key system
  • Shell-shaped keys
  • Robust mechanisms
  • Changing fingering is made easier by the roller attached to the double key
  • Well-balanced sound
  • Made from European plumwood with maple decorative rings
  • Pitch: A1 = 442 Hz
  • Includesa leather case, microfibre wiper, joint grease, fingering chart and maintenance instructions
  • Due to their characteristic wide bore and full round sound, Dream Edition recorders are also suitable for demanding solo recorder repertoires.

42. Mollenhauer 5430 Denner Tenor with Key

Mollenhauer 5430 Denner Tenor with Key

Tenor Rosewood

  • Material: Rosewood
  • Baroque fingering
  • 3-Piece instrument
  • Double key
  • Wide bore
  • Produces a powerful sound, full of character
  • Includes a case and accessories

43. Mollenhauer 2446K Canta Tenor Recorder

Mollenhauer 2446K Canta Tenor Recorder

Knick (“bent head”) tenor recorder

  • Material: Pearwood, natural
  • Baroque fingering
  • Double holes with double keys
  • Incl. case

44. Mollenhauer 2446 Canta Tenor Recorder

Mollenhauer 2446 Canta Tenor Recorder

Tenor Recorder

  • Material: Natural pear wood
  • Baroque fingering
  • Double hole with double key
  • Includes a light case

45. Mollenhauer 5406 Denner Tenor Recorder

Mollenhauer 5406 Denner Tenor Recorder

Tenor Recorder

  • Material: Light-coloured pearwood
  • Baroque fingering
  • Double hole without key
  • 3-Piece instrument
  • Adjustable foot
  • Oiled surface
  • Easy to get to grips with
  • Narrow bore
  • Produces a slim and elegant tone
  • Includes a cotton bag

46. Aulos 211A Robin Tenor Recorder

Aulos 211A Robin Tenor Recorder

Tenor Recorder

  • From the Robin series
  • Baroque fingering
  • Double toneholes
  • Arched windway
  • a’ = 442 Hz
  • 3-Piece design
  • Colour: Body: Dark brown; Mouthpiece and rings: Ivory-coloured
  • Includes a bag and a removable thumb rest

47. Mollenhauer 2446KC Canta Comfort Tenor

Mollenhauer 2446KC Canta Comfort Tenor

Knick Tenor Recorder

  • Material: Light pear
  • Baroque fingering
  • G, F and C/C# key
  • The Mollenhauer Comfort bent-neck tenor makes playing easy
  • Two additional keys reduce stretch of the hand
  • G-Key: The left ring finger no longer needs to be strained
  • F-Key: The right index finger grips considerably lower, making the entire hand more relaxed
  • C/C# double-key
  • Smooth running keys for the lowest notes prevent all strain to the little finger
  • Knick tenor: The instrument comes even closer to the body and thus relieves the arms
  • Including: Instrument, thumb holder, strap, case, cleaning rod, cork grease, fingering chart and care instructions

48. Mollenhauer 5422 Denner Tenor Recorder

Mollenhauer 5422 Denner Tenor Recorder

Tenor Recorder

  • Material: Castello boxwood
  • Baroque fingering
  • Double holes without key
  • 3-Piece model
  • Narrow scale
  • Easy to grip
  • A streamlined and elegant tone
  • Incl. cotton bag

49. Mollenhauer 4407 Kynseker Tenor Recorder

Mollenhauer 4407 Kynseker Tenor Recorder

Kynseker tenor recorder c’

  • Maple
  • Fundamental tuning, open Renaissance sound with lots of character, particular stability in the lower register
  • Fingering similar to the baroque
  • Incl. bag

50. Moeck 8421 Renaissance Tenor

Moeck 8421 Renaissance Tenor

Tenor Recorder

  • Renaissance fingering
  • Stained maple treated with linseed oil
  • Comes in a solid case
  • Includes a care kit

51. Moeck 4404 Rottenburgh Tenor

Moeck 4404 Rottenburgh Tenor

Rottenburgh Tenor Recorder

Like the violin, the classical recorder also dates from the Baroque period. The cultural centres of that period were Paris, London, Amsterdam, Nuremberg and Brussels. The renowned recorder maker Friedrich von Huene has examined almost all remaining original instruments from this period, which are being held today in museums. From the sum of his data, the Moeck Rottenburgh baroque recorders in the style of the instruments by the recorder maker Jean-Hyacinth-Joseph Rottenburgh were created.

Characterised by their brilliant pitch and modern tuning, today they are the most frequently played Baroque solo recorders available, which have proven themselves to be an especially reliable instrument.

  • Maracaibo boxwood
  • Baroque fingering
  • Double toneholes
  • Includes a case, cleaning rod and -cloth, certificate, fingering chart, maintenance set

52. Yamaha YRT-304 B II Tenor Recorder

Yamaha YRT-304 B II Tenor Recorder

Tenor Recorder

  • Baroque fingering
  • 3-Piece body made of ABS plastic
  • C/Cb Double key
  • a’ = 442 Hz
  • Colour: Brown
  • Includes a bag

53. Aulos 511B Symphony Tenor Recorder

Aulos 511B Symphony Tenor Recorder

Tenor Recorder

  • From the Symphony series
  • Baroque fingering
  • Arched windway
  • With double holes and a double key
  • a’ = 442 Hz
  • 3-Piece design
  • Ivory-coloured mouthpiece and rings
  • Body colour: Dark brown
  • Includes a bag and a removable thumb rest

54. Mollenhauer 5416 Denner Double Key Tenor

Mollenhauer 5416 Denner Double Key Tenor

Tenor Recorder

  • Material: Pearwood
  • Baroque fingering
  • With double key
  • 3-Piece instrument
  • Wide bore
  • Produces a powerful sound, full of character
  • Includes a case

55. Moeck 2420 Flauto Rondo Tenor

Moeck 2420 Flauto Rondo Tenor

Tenor Recorder

The Flauto Rondo performs in all registers with a balanced, warm sound. This can be achieved without perfect breathing technique and mixes well within an ensemble.

  • Model: Flauto Rondo
  • Baroque fingering
  • Double holes
  • Maple
  • a’= 442 Hz
  • 3 Parts
  • Incl. cotton bag with leather trim

56. Küng 2509 Superio Tenor Recorder

Küng 2509 Superio Tenor Recorder

Tenor recorder

  • Baroque fingering
  • Material: Olive wood
  • Pitch: A’ = 442 Hz
  • The Superio tenor recorder is a solo instrument par excellence. With it you can play Telemann’s solo fantasias in the original key.
  • Thanks to its wide range and rich sound, a selected transverse flute repertoire can also be played.
  • The new key additions are very popular, adding a degree of ‘user-friendliness’ to the instrument
  • Range: 2 octaves and a fifth
  • A robust, bright and light sound
  • Length: 64.8 cm
  • Treated internally with paraffin
  • Inside and outside have been oiled

57. Mollenhauer 4408 Kynseker Tenor Recorder

Mollenhauer 4408 Kynseker Tenor Recorder

Tenor Recorder

  • Plum wood
  • Fundamental tuning, open Renaissance sound with lots of character and exceptional stability in the lower register
  • Fingering similar to the baroque
  • Incl. bag

58. Mollenhauer 5432C Denner Comfort Tenor

Mollenhauer 5432C Denner Comfort Tenor

Tenor Recorder

  • Made from Zapatero boxwood
  • The Mollenhauer Comfort Tenor makes playing easy
  • Two additional keys reduce strain on the hands
  • G-key: The left ring finger no longer needs to be strained.
  • F-key: The right index finger stretches less, making the entire hand relaxed.
  • C / C# double key
  • The ergonomically designed and easy to operate key mechanism relieves the little finger of any strain when playing the lowest notes.
  • Scope of supply: Instrument, thumb rest, carrying strap, case, cleaning rod, joint grease, oil maintenance, fingering chart and care instructions

59. Moeck 4424 Rottenburgh Tenor

Moeck 4424 Rottenburgh Tenor

Tenor Recorder

Baroque fingering

  • Boxwood
  • With double key
  • Incl. case, care kit, cleaning rod and cloth, certificate, and fingering chart

60. Mollenhauer 5430C Denner Comfort Tenor

Mollenhauer 5430C Denner Comfort Tenor

Tenor Recorder

  • Made from rosewood
  • The Mollenhauer Comfort Tenor makes playing easy
  • Two additional keys reduces how much the hand needs to strectch
  • The G-key means that the left ring finger no longer needs to be strained.
  • The F-key reduces the amount that the right index finger needs to stretch, leaving the entire hand
  • The C/C#-double key is ergonomically designed and easy to operate, relieving the little finger of any strain when playing the lowest notes
  • Included: thumb rest, carrying strap, case, cleaning rod, cork grease, oil to maintain care of the instrument, fingering chart and care instructions

61. Thomann TRT-31B Tenor Recorder

Thomann TRT-31B Tenor Recorder

Tenor Recorder

  • Baroque fingering
  • 3 Parts
  • Double key
  • ABS Plastic
  • Black with white rings
  • a’ = 442 Hz
  • Includes cleaning rod, thumb rest, fingering chart and bag

62. Adler Heinrich BaroqueTenor Recorder

Adler Heinrich BaroqueTenor Recorder

Tenor Recorder

  • Baroque fingering
  • 3 Parts
  • Completely made ​​of maple
  • Simple keys
  • Wiper, fingering chart and deluxe nylon bag, cork grease (included)
  • Made in Germany
  • 3 Year manufacturer warranty

63. Moeck 2400 Flauto Rondo Tenor

Moeck 2400 Flauto Rondo Tenor

Tenor Recorder

The Flauto Rondo performs in all registers with a balanced, warm sound. This can be achieved without perfect breathing technique and mixes well within an ensemble.

  • Flauto Rondo model
  • Baroque fingering
  • Double holes
  • Maple
  • a’= 442 Hz
  • 3 Parts
  • Incl. cotton bag with leather trim

64. Mollenhauer 8350 Helder Tenor Recorder

Mollenhauer 8350 Helder Tenor Recorder

Tenor Recorder

  • Harmonic recorder
  • Extended range into the third octave
  • Baroque fingering
  • Material: Rosewood (Dalbergia stevensonii)
  • Keys are made of nickel silver
  • For modern jazz music, folk or traditional recorder repertoires
  • Extended range into the lower register by the addition of a B-key
  • Piano key enables for the finest of dynamic gradations
  • Sound Unit: Adjustable block made from Synpor© (swell-stabilised), adjustable windway roof, changeable windway platelets, lip control mechanism
  • Incl. case, 3 windway platelets, screwdriver, cleaning rods, joint grease stick, fingering chart, maintenance instructions

65. Moeck 4421 Rottenburgh Tenor

Moeck 4421 Rottenburgh Tenor

Rottenburgh Tenor Recorder

  • Stained maple
  • Baroque fingering
  • Double key
  • Box, cleaning rod and cloth, certificate, fingering chart (included)

66. Adler Heinrich Baroque Tenor Recorder DK

Adler Heinrich Baroque Tenor Recorder DK

Tenor Recorder

  • Baroque fingering
  • 3 Parts
  • Completely made ​​of maple
  • Double key
  • Swab, fingering chart and deluxe nylon bag (included)

67. Mollenhauer 5431C Denner Tenor with Key

Mollenhauer 5431C Denner Tenor with Key

Denner Tenor Recorder

  • Made from cherry wood
  • Baroque double holes
  • 4 Keys to reduce the stretch of the hand
  • 3-Part instrument
  • Tange: C1-G#3
  • a1 = 442 Hz
  • Produces a slim and stable sound with a certain convincing charm
  • An agile and quick response in all registers makes this recorder ideal for virtuosic music of all eras
  • Includes a case and accessories

68. Moeck 5453 Hotteterre Boxwood 442

Moeck 5453 Hotteterre Boxwood 442

Tenor recorder

The Hotteterre tenor has a uniform strong and warm sound across all registers. It is particularly suited to solo playing, especially since its range of 2 1/2 octaves makes transverse flute pieces available to it. Due to their long scale, these tenors can not be played without a key.

  • Made from boxwood
  • Tenor recorder based on the designs of Jean Hotteterre (Paris, after 1640)
  • Pitch: 442 Hz
  • Incl. case, cleaning rod and cloth, certificate, fingering chart and maintenance set

69. Küng 4504 Marsyas Tenor Recorder

Küng 4504 Marsyas Tenor Recorder

Tenor recorder

  • Baroque fingering
  • Material: Plum wood
  • Pitch: A’ = 442 Hz
  • The Marsyas tenor recorders enjoy a sonorous sound that carries well
  • The bottom notes are surprisingly stable, despite not being fitted with keys
  • The sound is round and self-contained
  • Range: 2 octaves and a minor third
  • Produces a warm and elegant sound
  • Length: 61.2 cm
  • Weight approx. 400 g
  • Treated internally with paraffin
  • Inside and outside have been oiled

70. Küng 4509 Marsyas Tenor Recorder

Küng 4509 Marsyas Tenor Recorder

Tenor Recorder

  • Baroque fingering
  • Material: Olive wood
  • a ‘= 442 Hz
  • Range: Two octaves and a minor third
  • Sonorous, carrying sound
  • The low position is surprisingly stable even without keys
  • Sounds round and self-contained
  • Warm and elegant sound
  • Length: 61.2 cm
  • Weight: Approximately 400 g
  • Inside treated with paraffin
  • Inside and outside have been treated with oil

71. Mollenhauer 4418 Kynseker Tenor Recorder

Mollenhauer 4418 Kynseker Tenor Recorder

Tenor Recorder

  • Made from plumwood
  • With key
  • Characterised by a full, strong yet open Renaissance sound and a good amount of stability in the lower notes
  • The fingering is similar to baroque
  • Includes a bag

72. Mollenhauer 5431 Denner Tenor with Key

Mollenhauer 5431 Denner Tenor with Key

Tenor Recorder

  • Cherry wood
  • Baroque fingering
  • With double holes and double key
  • 3-Piece
  • Range: C1-F#3
  • a1 = 442 Hz
  • Slim, sustainable sound with convincing charm
  • Fast response in all situations
  • Includes case and accessories

73. Moeck 4451 Rottenburgh Tenor Curved

Moeck 4451 Rottenburgh Tenor Curved

Knick Tenor Recorder

  • Rottenburgh series
  • Maple, stained
  • Baroque fingering
  • Double holes for C / C# and D / D#
  • a’= 442 Hz
  • Includes leather case, wiper rod, wiper cloth, and fingering chart

74. Küng 4506 Marsyas Tenor Recorder

Küng 4506 Marsyas Tenor Recorder

Tenor Recorder

  • Baroque fingering
  • Material: Rosewood (Dalbergia spruceana)
  • Pitch: A’ = 442 Hz
  • The Marsyas tenor recorders have a sonorous sound that carries well
  • The bottom notes are surprisingly stable, despite not being fitted with keys
  • The sound is round and self-contained
  • Range: 2 octaves and a minor third
  • An elegant and fine sound
  • Length: 61.2 cm
  • Weight approx. 400 g
  • Treated internally with paraffin
  • Inside and outside have been oiled

75. Mollenhauer 4417 Kynseker Tenor Recorder

Mollenhauer 4417 Kynseker Tenor Recorder

Tenor Recorder

  • Made from maple wood
  • With key
  • Characterised by a full, strong yet open Renaissance sound and a good amount of stability in the lower notes
  • The fingering is similar to baroque
  • Includes bag

76. Moeck 2940 Flauto Rondo PLUS Tenor

Moeck 2940 Flauto Rondo PLUS Tenor

Knick Tenor Recorder

  • Baroque fingering
  • Natural maple
  • a1 = 442Hz
  • 3 Parts
  • C / C# key
  • F and G key
  • Adjustable thumb rest and carrying strap
  • Case and care accessories

77. Küng 4513 Marsyas Tenor Recorder

Küng 4513 Marsyas Tenor Recorder

Tenor recorder

  • Baroque fingering
  • Material: Castello boxwood
  • Pitch: A’ = 442 Hz
  • The Marsyas tenor recorders enjoy a sonorous sound that carries well
  • The bottom notes are surprisingly stable, despite not being fitted with keys
  • The sound is round and self-contained
  • Range: 2 octaves and a minor third
  • Produces a warm and elegant sound
  • Length: 61.2 cm
  • Weight approx. 400 g
  • Treated internally with paraffin
  • Inside and outside have been oiled

78. Küng 4511 Marsyas Tenor Recorder

Küng 4511 Marsyas Tenor Recorder

Tenor recorder

  • Baroque fingering
  • Material: Stained pearwood
  • Pitch: A’ = 442 Hz
  • The Marsyas tenor recorders have a sonorous sound that carries well
  • The bottom notes are surprisingly stable, despite not being fitted with keys
  • The sound is round and self-contained
  • Range: 2 octaves and a minor third
  • Produces a warm and elegant sound
  • Length: 61.2 cm
  • Weight approx. 400 g
  • Treated internally with paraffin, externally with oil

79. Moeck 4450 Rottenburgh Tenor Curved

Moeck 4450 Rottenburgh Tenor Curved

“Knick” (bent head) tenor recorder

  • Rottenburgh Series
  • Material: Maple, natural
  • Baroque fingering
  • Double holes for c / c# and d / d#
  • Pitch: A’ = 442 Hz
  • Incl. leather case, cleaning rod and cloth, certificate and fingering chart

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