Tenor Recorers Based on Models by Jean Hotteterre (Paris, after 1640). The Hotteterre tenor has a powerful and warm sound in all registers. The instrument is most suitable for solo playing and its extended compass of 2 1/2 octaves gives access to the baroque flute literature. Because of their considerable length the instruments have keys for the lower notes.
Hotteterre Tenor recorder. Boxwood. Baroque fingering. Double holes. 442 Hz. Comes with case, cleaning rod and cloth, cork grease, certificate with manual for maintenance, fingering chart and maintenance kit.