- 1 What are all the notes for recorder?
- 2 How many notes are on a recorder?
- 3 Is learning recorder easy?
- 4 What is the easiest song to play on the recorder?
- 5 Where is D on the recorder?
- 6 What are the 5 types of recorders?
- 7 How do I know what type of recorder I have?
- 8 What is the highest note you can play on a recorder?
- 9 What key is a recorder?
- 10 What note is C on a recorder?
What are all the notes for recorder?
Most music for recorders is written in treble clef, except for bass recorder which commonly uses bass clef. All notes are one of the letters of the music alphabet: A, B, C, D, E, F or G.
How many notes are on a recorder?
The range of a recorder is about two octaves. A skilled player can extend this and can typically play chromatically over two octaves and a fifth.
Is learning recorder easy?
The recorder is one of the easiest instruments to learn. Many schools teach the recorder in the early years and it gives a good solid musical start for children. The good news is that if you master the recorder, you can easily move on to play the clarinet, the saxophone or the flute as the finger placement is the same.
What is the easiest song to play on the recorder?
8 Easy Songs On A Recorder
- Hot Cross Buns.
- Go To Sleep.
- Au Clair De La Lune.
- Merrily We Roll Along.
- Rain Rain Go Away.
- Closet Key.
- Baby Shark.
- Let’s Go Sports Team, Let’s Go!
Where is D on the recorder?
Playing high and low D isn’t hard on the recorder. High D is on the 4th line from the bottom and is played with the middle finger on the second hole. Low D is on the space below the staff and is played thumb, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, and 6.
What are the 5 types of recorders?
The 5 main types of recorders used in recorder consorts (ensembles) are sopranino, soprano, alto, tenor, and bass. There are other specialty recorders as well.
How do I know what type of recorder I have?
You can easily tell which type of recorder you have by comparing just two tone holes. If you look at the holes on a traditional Baroque recorder, the fourth hole down from the top is smaller than the fifth hole. On a German recorder, the order is switched – the fourth hole is larger than the fifth hole.
What is the highest note you can play on a recorder?
For most players, the highest note will be high, high C. Professionals may play higher, but it’s less practical and functional. Why is my recorder so high pitched? – It’s just the way the soprano recorder is designed.
What key is a recorder?
Larger recorders may have one or more keys. Most recorders are made in the following sizes (note names referring to the lowest note; c′ = middle C): descant (soprano) in c″; treble (alto) in f′; tenor in c′; and bass in f.
What note is C on a recorder?
The sizes most commonly in use today are the soprano (aka “descant”, lowest note C 5), alto (aka “treble”, lowest note F4), tenor (lowest note C 4) and bass (lowest note F3). Recorders are traditionally constructed from wood and ivory, while most recorders made in recent years are constructed from molded plastic.