Where is F on a recorder?
The seventh note we learn, F on the descant (soprano) recorder, lies on the bottom space on the treble clef.
What is F sharp in recorder?
The eighth note we learn, F sharp on the descant (soprano) recorder, lies on the bottom space on the treble clef but has a sharp sign before it, in the key signature at the beginning of the stave or on an F earlier in the same bar.
What is high F on the recorder?
High F# is one of the missing notes in the two and a half octave range for which there is no ‘true’ fingering unless one is prepared to close the end of the bell of your recorder (see the chart above).
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.
What is B flat on 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 E on the 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.
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.