tenora (Catalonian double reed descendant of shawm)

~ Wind instrument

Description

Derived from the tenor shawm, it was independently developed in Catalonia by oboe player Andreu Turon in the 19th century. Made of ginjoler wood with a metal cone, it is used in the traditional Cobla and Sardana music.

Relationships

from: Catalunya, Spain
related instruments: chirimía (oboe-like double-reed from South-America)
dulzaina
gralla
tarota (Wooden keyless shawm from Catalonia)
tible (Catalan valved shawm used in cobla)
type of: double reed
shawm
Wikidata: Q1328415 [info]