Moeck 5454 Hotteterre Boxwood 415
The Hotteterre tenor has a uniform strong and warm sound across all registers. It is particularly suited to solo playing, especially since its range of 2 1/2 octaves makes transverse flute pieces available to it. Due to their long scale, these tenors can not be played without a key.
- Made from boxwood
- Tenor recorder based on the designs of Jean Hotteterre (Paris, after 1640)
- Pitch: 415 Hz
- Incl. case, cleaning rod and cloth, certificate, fingering chart and maintenance set