When you think of wind instruments, the first thing that comes to mind is the flute, which usually means the recorder. The recorder with which musical life often begins at a young age, whether you like it or not. Thus, many are spoiled for the bright, sometimes very penetrating tones of the recorder and with it the instrument.
The recorder was a very popular instrument in the baroque era and so the recorder is basically indispensable for baroque music and can show its qualities here.
Even if the soprano recorder has established itself as the standard wind instrument for musical education, many other flutes are also suitable for entering the world of wind instruments.
simple recorder C sopran for practice,
from massive Maple, made in Germany, german fingering
Cause a more narrow inner bore, the sound is a little bit muffle.
For children in preschool age, when the hands are too small for the sopran recorder, fits the Kindergartenflute, as the first flute.
recorder sopran en Do, made of massiv of maple, made in Germany, german or barock fingering.
This flutes have a very clear fine sound, even at the deep notes. They overblow easy in the second octave.
The recorder from Schneider we have in following tonalities:
Sopranino recorders in Fa (F), maple, german or barock fingering
Alt recorders in Fa (F), maple, german or barock fingering
and Tenor recorder in Do (C)
Every recorder comes with a bag, cleaner and fingering table.
This recorder is made exspecially for small hands of children.
With this flute young childs can learn playing the flute, even when their hands are still too small for a sopran recorder.
This flute has 5 holes for the fingers, no hole for the thumb. Otherwise it has three marks. One on the top and two on the backside for the thumbs. They will give a good grip for the flute.
With this five holes you can play 6 notes of the G-dur scale, and three halfnotes. So it is possible to play various simple children-songs.
The flute is made from maple, red-coloured, with bag, cleaner and an info.