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Harmony 30 Series H30T C Tenor Recorder

Brand: Harmony


MSRP: $89.99

Item: #400626
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The Harmony H30T C Tenor Recorder is an exceptional and affordable student instrument for the classroom.  3-Piece, Baroque-English Fingering.  Includes a durable bag, fingering chart, cleaning rod, recorder joint cream, and thumb rest.


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My son has a soprano he uses in school. He wanted a tenor for home
Marie J on May 25, 2012
For variety of sound. helps to have the teacher play the same song but in a different register. stands out. planning a concert with tenor playing harmony to soprano melodies.
Suzette R on Mar 26, 2012
what is the lengths of the different recorders?
A shopper on Sep 25, 2013
Best Answer: Here are the main recorder's measurements (I left out a couple):

Garklien = 6.1 inches (15.5 centimeters)

Sopranino = 9.5 inches (24.1 centimeters)

Soprano = 12.4 inches (31.6 Centimeters)

Alto = 18.6 inches (47.3 centimeters)

Tenor = 25.5 inches (64.8 centimeters)

Bass = 35.3 inches (89.1 centimeters)

Great Bass = 45.0 inches (155 centimeters)

Contrabass = 78.0 inches (200 centimeters)

***These measurements are from my recorders as well as some from the website mentioned below. Yours may be different depending on the model.

• Lazars' Early Music
•I own most of the recorders mentioned :-)
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I have two recorders, soprano and alto. On the alto, the stretch between the holes is just about the maximum reach for my hands. I would love to get a tenor recorder, but am worried that the holes might be beyond my capabilities. Any idea on the hole distances?Any information regarding this would be helpful and much appreciated.
A shopper on Dec 5, 2014
Best Answer: Hello there. I own a normal tenor recorder and it is no problem to reach because I have very long fingers. In your case, I would suggest a comfort tenor recorder (can be found at mollenhauer[a website]). My friend who plays tenor recorder in our group has one and it has a lot more keys than the normal tenor and is also bent in the neck (like a nick bass recorder) but the holes are much closer together. The holes on a normal tenor are father apart than that of the altos. If you have really short fingers, go for the comfort tenor!
Hope this helped!

• mollenhauer (a website)
• Myself ( I play recorder in a group) ;-)
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