- 1 What is G sharp in recorder?
- 2 Can you play sharps on a recorder?
- 3 Where is G on recorder?
- 4 How many notes are on a recorder?
- 5 Where is C on a recorder?
- 6 What is E on recorder?
- 7 What is B flat on the recorder?
- 8 What is high E on recorder?
- 9 What is the C note on recorder?
- 10 WHAT IS F on the recorder?
- 11 Which recorder has the highest pitch?
- 12 Is recorder a serious instrument?
- 13 Are wooden recorders better than plastic ones?
What is G sharp in recorder?
The eleventh note we learn, G sharp on the descant (soprano) recorder, lies on the second lowest line on the treble clef but has a sharp sign before it, in the key signature at the beginning of the stave or on a G earlier in the same bar.
Can you play sharps on a recorder?
Playing the subtones (flats and sharps) on a recorder can be more difficult than playing whole notes. Remember, one note’s flat is another note’s sharp, so, mastering sharps means you are also mastering flats.
Where is G on recorder?
To play g, its the thumb hole and the top three holes on the piece. Its important to use the left hand because when we learn more notes we use the left hand for the top holes the and the right hand for the bottom holes.
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.
Where is C on a recorder?
The twenty fifth note we learn, C in the third octave on the descant (soprano) recorder, lies on the second leger line above the treble clef.
What is E on recorder?
The seventeenth note we learn, E in the second octave on the descant (soprano) recorder, lies on the top space of the treble clef.
What is B flat on the recorder?
B flat on recorder is a half step below the note, B. It’s also a half step above the note A and called A# in this case. Bb is fingered as the thumb on the back, first, third, and fourth fingers on their respective holes.
What is high E on recorder?
You play high E by fingering a low E and half-holing the thumb.
What is the C note on recorder?
it is the lowest note of your recorder. Here are some exercises for you to practice with the c note on the recorder. You know, patience and remember to blow softly and always thinking about the sound produced by the C note.
WHAT IS F on the recorder?
You play F on recorder by covering: Left-hand thumb. Left hand 1, 2, 3 on the top 3 holes. Right hand 4, (skip 5), 6 and 7.
Which recorder has the highest pitch?
The alto recorder is largest and lower than the soprano, but higher than the tenor.
Is recorder a serious instrument?
For most of us, a plastic recorder was the first musical instrument we encountered back in elementary school, and for that reason it’s something we tend to think of as a childhood toy. However, the recorder is actually a serious instrument, with a rich history that goes back to ancient times.
Are wooden recorders better than plastic ones?
Advantages of wooden recorders: they have in general a much more pleasant tone than plastic instruments and tend to clog less readily if correctly voiced and when properly played in. Disadvantages of wooden recorders: they are more expensive than plastic ones and usually require more care and maintenance.