Collection: Recorders

The recorder is a type of end-blown flute dating back to the middle ages. One of the most important wind instruments of the Renaissance period, it uses a whistle mouthpiece, also known as a "fipple." It is distinguished from other types of flutes by its seven fingerholes on the front, and single thumbhole on the back. Today, recorders are one of the most popular instruments for music classroom instruction.

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