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Yamaha 300 Series YRT-304B Tenor Recorder

Yamaha

Item No. 400299
Alt. Part # YRT-304B
UPC Code 86792572550
The Yamaha YRT-304B Tenor recorder is a great step-up recorder. Part of the Yamaha 300 Series, this three-piece tenor recorder is designed with Baroque-English fingering including double holes for low D and D#, and double keys for low C and C#. Made of a durable ABS resin in dark brown with
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Description

The Yamaha YRT-304B Tenor recorder is a great step-up recorder.

Part of the Yamaha 300 Series, this three-piece tenor recorder is designed with Baroque-English fingering including double holes for low D and D#, and double keys for low C and C#.

Made of a durable ABS resin in dark brown with ivory trim this recorder is both durable and lightweight. The Yamaha 300 series offers a complete range of top quality recorders. These instruments deliver a full, rich sound while remaining nearly indestructible.


Specifications:

  • Dark brown with ivory trim
  • Tenor
  • Three-piece construction
  • Key of C
  • Baroque-English fingering
  • Double holes for low D and D#Double keys for low C and C#

 

Includes:

  • Three-piece alto recorder
  • Bag with zipper closure
  • Cleaning rod
  • Fingering chart
  • Joint grease
  • Thumb rest
Specifications
Brand Name Yamaha
Reviews (3)
  • yamaha tenor recorder
    Great student instrument. Sturdy construction with a nice sound. Easily playable by my elementary students. This was a great purchase!
  • A Great Instrument!
    This is my first tenor, so I really have nothing to compare it to. I am enjoying it immensely! Regular, daily practice, and my hands are adjusting (stretching) quite nicely. And I have particularly tiny hands. Instrument comes in the standard Yamaha canvas case, with a swab-stick, joint creme, and a thumb rest that you can stick on as needed.
  • Follow-up on my previous review on Yamaha Tenor Recorder.
    Now that I have had my Tenor Recorder for @2 months, I want everyone know just how much I am enjoying it. At first glance, I was afraid that my relatively small fingers would never be able to stretch so far in order to close the finger holes. I finally got the G note on the left hand, and am now puzzling a similar problem on getting down to D on the right hand- but I will make it. BTW I am 61, and have rheumatoid arthritis, particularly in my fingers, and many times can only practice every other day- but that has been OK. The neck-strap really helped to ease the burden on my hands. I didn't even realize how heavy my recorder was, until I used it. And the 2 thumb rests I bought (one to lose, one to use) were essential, because the dinky little thumb rest that came with the recorder was soon lost.
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