Tenor recorder Denner comfort castello-boxwood
Denner – A wealth of sound from fine woods
Infos to the different woods you can find here.
A sophisticated ensemble based on original instruments by Jacob Denner (1681–1735) in Nuremberg and Copenhagen.
Our Comfort Tenor makes playing easy: two additional keys reduce the stretch of the hand.
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.
Brilliant, expressive sound with a convincing charm.
Agile, quick response in all octaves: ideal for virtuosic music of any era.
Undercut finger holes: discover the particularly stable sounds of these instruments.
Visually impressive: finely crafted ornamental rings and a surface pleasingly finished with oil.
The tenor is the ideal instrument for anyone who already plays the soprano recorder but loves a warmer, deeper recorder sound. You don’t have to relearn anything: the fingerings and notation are identical to that of the soprano recorder.
Wood type: Castello boxwood
Fingering: Baroque with double holes and four keys
Fingering chart: download
Range: c1 – gis3
Pitch: a1 = 442 Hz
- Support strap
- Thumb rest
- Cleaning rod wood
- Joint grease
- Fingering chart
- Maintenance instructions