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Pentatonic Recorder

Mollenhauer Soprano Recorder Waldorf Edition Pentatonic 442 Hz with Cleaning Rod & Tin of Grease (19147)

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This Mollenhauer Pentatonic Recorder is an easy introduction to learn to play. With its wide bore and well-placed finger holes, the instrument has an amazingly full and rich sound, absolutely ideal for the classroom.

This is also one of the recorders of choice if your child is enrolled in a Waldorf school. The wide internal diameter of the 'Waldorf Edition' recorders (Van-Eyck Renaissance style) made by Mollenhauer, create a full, ensemble sound that mixes well. 

In the design of the head joint, special attention was paid to the ease of tone production and articulation. The holes have a good grip and children can easily find them.

The shape of the recorder instrument is designed according to both ergonomic and orthodontic principles and draws on an immense experience of the manufacture of reliable and beautiful school instruments.


  • Mollenhauer Recorder
  • Pentatonic - 7 tone
  • Material is Pear wood
  • A= 442 Hz, with thumbhole
  • Tone is Pentatonic
  • range: d", e", g", a", b", d"', e"'.
  • Cotton roll bag included
  • Cleaning rod with leather cloth included
  • Tin of grease & finger chart included


FREE STANDARD SHIPPING to contiguous US and Alaska; priority and expedited shipping are not available for this product. Please allow more time for delivery.

International? Contact us before purchase and based on your distance from us, we will send a gift voucher to help offset the shipping a bit.


For health reasons we are not able to accept returns for recorders or cleaning rods-leather cloth, even if it has not been used. All recorder sales and cleaning rod and cloth sales are considered final. Thank you for your understanding. 


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