Recorders

"Baroque style (English style)" and "German style." These can be distinguished by the differences in fingering, based on the design. The recorder is a family of woodwind musical instruments.

Suzuki SRE-80 Soprano recorder - Baroque/english fingering
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Suzuki SRE-80 Soprano recorder - Baroque/english fingering

3 piece construction. The fingersetting is Baroque/english and it`s very easy to play.
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58,00  DKK
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Suzuki SRG-81 Soprano recorder - German fingering
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Suzuki SRG-81 Soprano recorder - German fingering

A 3 piece construction. The fingersetting is german style. The recorder has a clear and beautiful sound, and easy to play.
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58,00  DKK
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Suzuki precorder PRE-1 recorder
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Suzuki precorder PRE-1 recorder

The Suzuki Precorder is a value packed beginning recorder instrument. Perfect for children. Very easy to play
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64,00  DKK
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Suzuki sopran recorder - SRG-200
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Suzuki soprano recorder - SRG-200c - German style.

Suzuki sopran recorder - SRG-200 in evory color with german fingering. Including bag.
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67,00  DKK
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Suzuki SRE-300C Soprano recorder - English style
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Suzuki SRE-300C Soprano recorder - English style

Finish is in ivory effect and comes complete with a fingering chart and a fine cloth bag.
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67,00  DKK
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Suzuki Sopran recorder - SRE-506
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Suzuki Sopran recorder - SRE-505

Suzuki SRE-505 Baroque/english fingering. Three piece construction, bored and polished for a smoother resonant response.
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76,00  DKK
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Suzuki sopran recorder - SRG-405
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Suzuki sopran recorder - SRG-405 - German Style.

Soprano recorder from Suzuki. German fingering, two piece adjustment. Brown color finish.
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76,00  DKK
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Suzuki sopran recorder SRG-421
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Suzuki sopran recorder SRG-420 - German Style.

Suzuki SRG-420 Deluxe three piece soprano recorder, german fingering, brown finish with ivory color accents. bag and cleaning rod.
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157,00  DKK
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Suzuki sopran recorder - SRE-520. English fingerset.
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Suzuki sopran recorder - SRE-520. English style.

Suzuki Soprano Deluxe Recorder.Three piece construction, precision engineered with specially designed seals for an air tight fit
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206,00  DKK
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If the two styles Baroque style (English style) and "German style are compared, the following differences in characteristics will be seen.
German Style have a large and small hole in the 4th & 5th. hole, and the Baroque Style (English) the other way around. The English style is most used in Scandinavia. The recorder is a family of woodwind musical instruments.

Recorders are made in different sizes with names and compasses roughly corresponding to different vocal ranges. The sizes most commonly in use today are the soprano (aka "descant", lowest note C5), alto (aka "treble", lowest note F4), tenor (lowest note C4) and bass (lowest note F3). Recorders are traditionally constructed from wood and ivory, while most recorders made in recent years are constructed from molded plastic. The recorders' internal and external proportions vary, but the bore is generally reverse conical (i.e. tapering towards the foot) to cylindrical, and all recorder fingering systems make extensive use of forked fingerings.

The recorder is first documented in Europe in the Middle Ages, and continued to enjoy wide popularity in the Renaissance and Baroque periods, but was little used in the Classical and Romantic periods. It was revived in the 20th century as part of the historically informed performance movement, and became a popular amateur and educational instrument. 

The sound of the recorder is often described as clear and sweet, and has historically been associated with birds and shepherds. It is notable for its quick response and its corresponding ability to produce a wide variety of articulations. This ability, coupled with its open finger holes, allow it to produce a wide variety of tone colors and special effects. Acoustically, its tone is relatively pure and, when the edge is positioned in the center of the airjet, odd harmonics predominate in its sound (when the edge is decidedly off-center, an even distribution of harmonics occurs)