Recorder (Prelude II)
One of the earliest woodwind instruments, also known as internal duct flutes. The recorder has a mouthpiece (a fipple) and is played like a whistle by blowing directly into the top of the instrument. The recorder has eight holes, one for the thumb and seven for the fingers, each producing a different note.
Recorders are often used in classroom settings. We offer private recorder lessons to supplement a child’s classroom learning. Send us a message!