Mollenhauer Kynseker Tenor Recorder in Plumwood Keyless
Mollenhauer Kynseker 4408 tenor c', plumwood, without key. A full renaissance sound with much character and depth, baroque fingering, and a range of two octaves. Suitable for renaissance or early baroque consort music as well as solo music from early and modern periods.
The production of a complete consort of recorders after the design by Hieronymus F. Kynseker (1636-1686), in the German National Museum in Nuremberg, is perhaps one of Mollenhauer’s finest achievements. Faithful to the originals, the instruments have a narrow arched windway, a strong sound that is particularly noteworthy in the lower register and a full two octave range using fingering similar to the baroque system.
With leather bag, mop, cork grease, fingering chart, Maintenance instructions