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Yamaha YRS 20GP Soprano Recorder with German Fingering Transparent Pink £8.50 Prime / £12.99 Non Prime at Amazon
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Yamaha YRS 20GP Soprano Recorder with German Fingering Transparent Pink £8.50 Prime / £12.99 Non Prime at Amazon

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Posted 26th Nov 2019

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A great instrument for beginners
Easy to play with a soft pure tone
They are made of ABS resin
Scope of delivery: Yamaha YRS 20GP Soprano Recorder transparent pink, fingering chart
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How to Play the Recorder
Recorder fingering


Fingering diagram for the alto recorder(Baroque-style)

 Download a alto recorder(Baroque-style) fingering chart


When you click the notes on the musical score, the fingering will be displayed.
Where there are fingering alternatives, click the "alternate fingering" button shown to switch the display.



Soprano recorder fingering chart(Baroque-style)

 Download a Soprano recorder fingering chart(Baroque-style) fingering chart


When you click the notes on the musical score, the fingering will be displayed.
Where there are fingering alternatives, click the "alternate fingering" button shown to switch the display.



Soprano recorder fingering chart(German-style)



When you click the notes on the musical score, the fingering will be displayed.
Where there are fingering alternatives, click the "alternate fingering" button shown to switch the display.



Great bassAlthough the great bass produces sound one octave lower than that of a tenor recorder, the fingering is essentially the same for both instruments. In other words, the sound is two octaves lower than that of a soprano recorder.



When sound is produced one octave higher than intendedThere are times when the soprano recorder's lowest C is sounded an octave too high, even when the hole on the underside is completely covered. Where this occurs, providing there is no problem with the instrument, there are probably two possible causes.

Even though it is intended for the finger to cover the hole completely, in fact there is a small gap, and the hole is not entirely covered. First, try covering the hole with your finger so that it feels closed, then check whether the left hand is moving away from the hole slightly when the right hand is placed on the instrument.Breathing too fast can also cause this problem. If air isn't blown into the instrument slowly when playing low-pitched notes, the sound waves are prone to rebound on themselves. Try playing while breathing slowly, with the body relaxed.If this can be done, a well-formed low-pitched sound should be produced.
Why those sneaky Germans.
I could listen to hours to three blind mice, Frere jaque and that other classic go and tell aunt Nancy.
That's why I was barred from the bierkeller
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