22 Most Common Notes & Fingerings for Baroque Soprano Recorder
Each large, clearly diagramed card includes note name, staff notation, and an easy-to-read fingering diagram. The fingering diagram is designed to reflect the instrument-in-hand (mirrored), which reduces confusion. A blank template is included for creating alternate fingering or additional note cards. Flash cards can easily be created by trimming the notation section from the fingering diagram.
Print and post the tone set you need, and then add to it as your students’ repertoire grows, or post as a chromatic reference strip/poster above your board. I have had great success with young students by posting three to five notes on the board and pointing to the notes of a melody as they play. Cards may be scaled to print smaller (4 per page) and used in student composition activities. They may also be enlarged even more by scaling to print individual charts on legal size paper.
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