Aulos Tenor Recorder Identifying

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jpassa01
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Aulos Tenor Recorder Identifying

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I have an older Aulos Tenor Recorder with one key. The recorder is brown and the only identification I can find is an "E". I'm assuming the E is for English (Baroque) fingering. How can I find the model number?
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Tell us something.: Played sax and oboe in high school. Years later, living in apartment, decided to take up recorder as I thought it would be easier on neighbors than oboe. Been playing recorder for a few years. Have sopranino (Aulos), soprano (Mollenhauer Prima, Susato), alto (Yamaha 300, Mollanhauer Prima, Mollenhauer Denner Pallisander, Zen-on Giglio), tenor (Adler) and bass (Yamaha). Also have a lot of whistles but never really cracked (ha ha) the code as whistle technique is quite different from recorder technique. I also have a lot of harmonicas and world wind instruments (Ba Wu, Dudek, Sipsi and Nose Flute (!).

Re: Aulos Tenor Recorder Identifying

Post by FrankPerrone »

The Saunders Recorder (UK) page has lots of information. Attached is link to information on older Aulos Recorders. http://saundersrecorders.com/oldaulos.htm
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