Blezinger Early Baroque Tenor In c' Plumwood
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- Tenor Recorder
Early baroque tenor in c, in plumwood. Intended primarily for the solo repertoire of the 17th century. Original (historical baroque) fingering, made in two parts, with a narrow brass ferrule. Range of over two octaves. Stephan Blezinger is one of Germany’s finest recorder makers and his instruments are highly regarded throughout Europe.
Available at a=440 or 415. With roll bag, cleaning kit & fingering chart.