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Küng Studio Tenor Recorder in Pearwood

by Kung
3 reviews
£312.50 excluding VAT (UK Export Price)


This tenor is made of pearwood which has earthy soundnotes. The recorder is in baroque fingering and has a wide bore. This is a keyless recorder and its undercut finger holes make it very ergonomic, especially for the right-hand, making the stretch to the low C much easier.

Küng's Studio series has proven to be popular with all levels of players providing a high quality instrument at a reasonable price. They have a full sound, balanced tone, and a good, easy response in all registers. Their clear, warm sound is well-suited for ensemble playing.

This Studio tenor comes complete with canvas bag, cleaning rod, fingering chart and maintenance instructions.

  • Baroque fingering
  • Double holes
  • 3-Piece
  • Made of pearwood
  • Wax impregnation
  • Pitch: a´= 442 Hz
  • Includes soft bag, cleaning stick, manual and fingering chart
  • 3 year warranty
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Margaret M.
United Kingdom United Kingdom
Kung Studio Tenor in Pearwood

I have only had the instrument for a few weeks, but I very much enjoy its tone and the 'feel' of the instrument. Tuning is good across the whole range.

James F.
United Kingdom United Kingdom
Kung studio tenor pearwood

Exelant , I needed a tenor for playing baroque oboe and flute pieces , I would only occasionally play these at performances therefore did not wish to spend heavily on an instrument not frequently used , that is why I choose the kung because of its low price also it promised an easy reach for the fourth finger , I am small in height but had no difficulty in reaching low c c# unlike other keyless tenor I have played . Tone is very good over both octaves , very even with no unexpected harsh notes , dynamics good and a very nimble instrument when playing fast movements . Issues with the kung studio tenor , none.

Liz Y.

Lovely instrument, beautiful tone, especially in the low & mid registers, and very easy to play& reach all the holes. Being new to the Tenor, I tried several, both Knick tenors and with keys thinking this was the only way I'd get my fingers to reach, but the positioning of the holes on this straight Kung Studio Tenor is so good I can reach easily. It will become my recorder of chose over my Treble I can tell. Wonderful service and advice from the Early Music Shop. Thank you.