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Yamaha 300 Series YRT-304B 3 Piece C Tenor Recorder, English Fingering

Brand: Yamaha

$64.95

MSRP: $108.99

Item: #400299
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Yamaha 300 Series, three-piece C tenor recorder, with Baroque-English fingering. Dark brown recorder with ivory trim. Features double holes for low D and D#; double keys for low C and C#. The 300 series offers a complete range of top quality recorders; these instruments deliver a rich body of sound, while providing the convenience of durable, maintenance-free ABS resin.   

  

 

Recorder is 25-1/2" long.   

Includes a snap-top, zippered dark brown leatherette bag; cleaning rod; fingering chart; glue on thumb rest and joint grease.

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It was recommended by one of my Orff teachers.
Ava S on Sep 6, 2014
I'm thrilled to have two of these for my classroom. Students love adding ostinato accompaniments to balance the melodies of the sopranos!
Carol B on Sep 27, 2012
retirement fun with the birds and affordable
William W. G on Nov 12, 2012
I am working on completing my family of recorders.
Adrienne W on Sep 4, 2012
Is it made from wood or plastic. And if it is made out of wood, what type of wood was used to make it?
A shopper on Mar 17, 2012
Best Answer: As Amy L said, it is a plastic instrument, but it is a top of the line plastic instrument-- nothing like the cheap school instruments you may have heard. You would have to spend $250 or more to get a wooden tenor which was at all comparable in sound and intonation. Good plastic recorders are much better than cheap wooden recorders.
Reply · Report · Tony H on Sep 2, 2014
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With this tenor C recorder, do you read, finger and play the very same notes as with the C soprano recorder and just has a lower tone quality?
A shopper on Apr 13, 2015
Best Answer: That is correct. The tenor has the same fingering and notes as the soprano recorder. It is simply an octave lower.
Reply · Report · Mark JStaff on Apr 14, 2015
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Does the Yamaha 305B tenor recorder have an arched windway?
Yo S on Jul 18, 2015
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Additional Resources

4 Steps to Master the Recorder

Posted on August 14, 2015




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