# How do I play do re mi fa sol la si on my soprano recorder?

## How do you play FA on the recorder?

As I showed you before you got to make sure that you're using your second and third fingers. Instead of doing some kind of shift.

## What notes can a soprano recorder play?

Voice. The soprano recorder is an octave above the level of the human soprano voice. Its lowest note is c2 (this article is notated using Helmholtz notation, in scientific pitch notation the same note is represented as C5), the normal range is c2–d4.

## How do you play soprano on a recorder?

And put your fingers down the first three there and then you think you've done the kind of hold back here like this and put it over the last four like this and you blow it very softly.

## How do you play all the notes on the recorder?

Close all the holes on the recorder. And then half at the bottom hole with your knee.

## What are the letters for a recorder?

In order to play the recorder, you must be able to read music. Most music for recorders is written in treble clef, except for bass recorder which commonly uses bass clef. All notes are one of the letters of the music alphabet: A, B, C, D, E, F or G.

## How do you play Happy Birthday on a recorder?

1 keeping the thumb hole covered put fingers one two three on holes 1 2 3 and blow twice fingers once a 2-1 holes one to two and blow.

## Can you play a low B on a soprano recorder?

On the soprano recorder, low Bs are very much possible and can be produced by covering all the holes and the one at the end by half. All the other denominations can also go an extra semitone lower than MuseScore says by doing this.

## What keys can a recorder play?

Modern recorders

Ranges of the modern recorder family
In C In F
soprano or descant in C5 (c″) alto or treble in F4 (f′)
tenor in C4 (c′) bass or basset in F3 (f)
(great) bass or quart-bass in C3 (c) contrabass or great bass or sub-bass in F2 (F)

## Can recorders play any key?

The normal range of the recorder (it can be increased with special techniques) is two octaves, and it can play all notes within its range (that is, you can play a two octave chromatic scale on any recorder. The soprano, tenor and great bass in C all go from C to C, and the sopranino, treble and bass go from F to F).

## How do you read music notes for a beginner recorder?

So see that flat is on the line for the B that means all the B's in the piece are actually B flat these sharps or flats at the beginning are called the key signature. You're only see sharps or flats.

## What is the easiest song to play on recorder?

Apart from that, you can find some advice on what makes for an easy recorder song and what tunes you should pick when you’re learning.

• Baby Shark.
• Amazing Grace.
• Ode to Joy.
• It’s Raining.
• Mary had a Little Lamb.
• Row Row Row Your Boat.
• Old MacDonald Had a Farm.
• Hot Cross Buns.

## Is the recorder easy to learn?

The recorder is one of the easiest instruments to learn. Many schools teach the recorder in the early years and it gives a good solid musical start for children. When played well, the recorder is a joy to listen to.

## Which fingers play the note C on the recorder?

To play a ‘C’ you cover the index finger and ring finger hole.

## What hand do you play the recorder with?

left hand

Nowadays the recorder is normally played with the left hand above and the right hand below, as shown in the photograph opposite. However, there is no logical reason for playing with the left hand uppermost as is the rule today.

## Does it matter which hand is on top for recorder?

When students are first beginning the recorder learning to keep the left hand at the top.