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EMS Live stream with Sarah Jeffery: Tenor Recorders & Comfort Tenors

EMS Live stream with Sarah Jeffery: Tenor Recorders & Comfort Tenors

A live stream by Team Recorder's Sarah Jeffery hosted by EMS. In this hour live stream Sarah answered all your questions on various tenor recorders and compared them for you, in particular comfort tenors! See below the video for the list of the 17(!) tenors Sarah had with her during the live stream!

 

You can find all of the following tenor recorders here ➡️

Keyless Tenors:

- Mollenhauer Canta in pearwood - £333.50
- Moeck Rondo in maple - £345
- Kung Studio in cherrywood - £485
- Mollenhauer Denner in pearwood - £450
- Moeck Rottenburgh in maple - £462.50

Double C/C# Keyed Tenors:

- Mollenhauer Canta in pearwood - £465
- Moeck Rondo in maple - £510
- Mollenhauer Denner in pearwood - £610
- Moeck Rottenburgh in maple - £662.50
- Kung Superio in pearwood - £845

Comfort Tenors:

- Mollenhauer Canta in pearwood - £675
- Moeck Rondo in stained maple - £740
- Mollenhauer Denner in pearwood - £785
- Moeck Rottenburgh in maple - £785

Knick Comfort Tenors:

- Mollenhauer Canta in pearwood - £755
- Moeck Rondo in stained pearwood - £799.50
- Kung Sinor tenor in cherrywood - £795

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Comments

Jon - May 19, 2020

I love you sarah

Marcelo - May 19, 2020

Do all pros prefer the ones with keys, or do some prefer the keyless ones? Do the ones with keys sound better?

MJ - May 19, 2020

Sent this quite early, might not have gone through! Could you talk a bit about the amount of breath needed for a tenor? Playing the 440 A, it is flat unless I blow hard (as you would with half-holed notes) to increase pitch. Can one play accidently flat due to insufficient breath force, or maybe my instrument (plastic Yamaha) is just out of tune?

Bob Margolis - May 19, 2020

Is the headjoint of a knick recorder made from a single piece of wood, or is the head joint actually two pieces joined together?

Early Music Shop - May 19, 2020

Can you play one with keys and one without so I can see the ‘ease’ (or not) of your fingers ? – Lynn on FB

Latham Sarah - May 19, 2020

What wood is the Kung Knick tenor that you played?

Ben - May 19, 2020

Sarah what can i get as a tenor for beginners from$200-$500

Donnie Ashworth - May 19, 2020

Is this being recorded to be available later? I am possibly looking to purchase a tenor soon, and am really interested in this information, but cannot get the live steam working.

MJ - May 19, 2020

Thankyou for doing this wonderful demo/Q and A session of tenors specifically! Would you be able to say something about the amount of breath needed for a tenor in the lowest registers? I currently play a plastic Yamaha (saving for an upgrade!) and I’ve found that it is flat. The first A note is flat, about halfway between a 415 and 440Hz A. To get it to 440 I have to blow quite hard, like in the second and higher registers/half holed notes. Do I just need to blow harder in the lowest register to get it to pitch, or is it just the instrument is out of tune? (I’m a self-taught adult learner, so I have not been able to figure this out myself sorry!)

Mark - May 19, 2020

I am not sure you can see this during the livestream but I am hoping you will play the Mollenhauer knick canta against the Kung Knick sinor.

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