Gemshorn Tenor in c (c- d#´)
This Gemshorn is in the tenor range. The lowest note, just like a tenor recorder, is the note c. The instrument uses Baroque fingering. And thus it can play the notes f and f#, b and b flat. This means it can be played in the keys of C Major, A minor, D Major, B minor, F Major and D minor.
Remember: Gemshorns are musical instruments that are made of natural horn. Accordingly, each instrument is truly unique. Cows comply with no EU standards while creating this horn material. Thus, the instruments have different colorations. Since horn is a natural material, it should not get too dry. Left in direct sunlight or on a radiator, it can easily crack. Conversely, the Gemshorn should also not be exposed to a wet blowing technique (like a trumpet), as this will cause it to swell. When used in the proper way with extremes of heat and moisture avoided, this Gemshorn can bring a lifetime of enjoyment.