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Mollenhauer Denner Comfort Tenor Recorder in Boxwood

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£958.33 excluding VAT (UK Export Price)

Mollenhauer 5432C Denner comfort tenor c', boxwood, with double keys for C/C# and extra keys for g & f.  A sophisticated ensemble set developed after original instruments of Jacob Denner (1681-1735) based in Nuremberg and Copenhagen. The tenor is a robust and flexible instrument, with a clear upper octave and stable low notes. This boxwood comfort tenor has double keys for the low c/c# and extra keys on the barrel for f/g. It also comes with an adjustable thumbrest.
The Denner series won the highly acclaimed German Music Instrument award in 1999.

This recorder comes with a hard case, cleaning rod and cloth, neck strap, cork grease, fingering chart and maintenance instructions.

  • Baroque fingering
  • Double keys
  • Comfort keys
  • Adjustable thumbrest
  • 3-piece
  • Made of boxwood
  • Oil included
  • Pitch: a´= 442 Hz
  • Includes hard case, cleaning rod, neck strap, oil, cork grease and fingering chart
  • 3 year warranty

Click here to read Mollenhauer's brochure about their Denner Edition recorders.

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Lauren B.
United Kingdom United Kingdom
Very happy with my lovely recorder!

I have zero complaints about this lovely recorder. I was lucky enough to visit The Early Music Shop in Saltaire, and try out pretty much every tenor recorder, before choosing this one. For me, the keys feel incredibly unobtrusive as you play, and the whole instrument feels of good quality. I find reaching the high notes to be a breeze on this recorder, while the low end sounds quite rich and full too. The tone is less airy than some tenors I tried, so I think this instrument will prove to be a good all rounder- for ensemble or solo playing. Thanks, Early Music Shop for the helpful service!