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Rhythm Band Instruments

Aulos Soprano Recorder - One Piece

$8.99

($89.90 / Qty 10)

MSRP: $13.49 each

You Save: $4.50 (33%)

SKU: RBI-A103N

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Material: ABS plastic resin
Includes: Cloth carrying bag & fingering chart
Fingering: Baroque/English
Warranty: Lifetime
Diameter: 2 1/2"
Length: 14"
Assembly: Assembled
Product Weight (Lbs): 1
Shipping Method: UPS / FedEx

Rhythm Band's Aulos Soprano Recorder features durable ABS resin construction with a double joint to prevent air leaks. A built-in thumb rest keeps your students' hands from getting tired while playing. Baroque fingering ensures clear intonation, and single holes for low C and D notes makes it easy to play in a lower register. A lifetime warranty protects your recorder against plastic breakage. Includes a cloth storage bag and fingering chart.

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How many octaves does this instrument have?

Asked by: Ora
The range is from C above middle C to the D two octaves above; more experienced players are sometimes able to play higher notes.
Answered by: School Outfitters
Date published: 2020-03-09

is this recorder made n the usa?

Asked by: Dim Sum
This line of recorders are made in Japan.
Answered by: School Outfitters
Date published: 2020-03-09
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