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Hohner 9509 1-Piece Soprano Recorder w/Standard Fingering

Brand: Hohner

$7.45

MSRP: $11.95

Item: #400269
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The Hohner 9509 C soprano recorder features an ivory/bone colored body, Baroque-English (standard) fingering, and double holes for low C and C#, low D and D#.  The one-piece body is 13” long and includes a dark green plastic bag with fold-over top, cleaning rod, and fingering chart.

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West Music Store
It's almost indestructible; I like that it's made in Germany, the students love the cleaners, I especially like the rough patch on the back to place the right hand thumb in the correct position. Plays in tune with the other recorders just like it, very consistent. A perfect beginning instrument, a little bit sharp but fine if everyone plays the same recorder. Good quality and a pleasing sound.
Abbie R on Feb 6, 2013
Quality for the price.
Centennial E on Jan 24, 2013
As an attention getter for children, to introduce a new melody. I liked that it comes with a cleaning rod with a sponge attached to it. No messing around with a cloth.
Amy R on Feb 2, 2013
To help a child in need.
Beverly D on Feb 5, 2012
I'm a total beginner. Any tips about getting started? THANKS
Marjorie G on Sep 10, 2011
Best Answer: Marjorie,
I teach recorder to 100 new second grade students every year and I take them through this routine, over and over, and it really works. This is how it goes: Sit straight in a chair with the recorder on your lap. Put your right hand over your heart like you were saying the pledge. Now put that hand behind your back and keep it there. Raise your left hand, wave, stick your left hand thumb in the air. Find the one hole on the back of the recorder, with it in your lap, stick your thumb there, then, reach around with your pointer finger and find the hole opposite, the top hole on the front. Pinch. Pick up the recorder with just your thumb and first finger and place it on your left knee. (If you can only use those two digits then you will be pushing your fingers against the holes hard enough to cover them.) Bring your right hand out from behind your back and find the scratchy part on the back of the recorder. Put your right hand thumb there and stick it to the recorder, don't let it move. Stand up slowly and rest your recorder on your chin, still covering the thumb hole and the top hole on the front. You are fingering B. With your recorder on your chin, say ta. Say it again, even softer. Now put just a little bit of your recorder in your mouth, as though you wanted to taste it but aren't sure you'll like it. Now say that same ta. Say it again. Again. Now put your recorder on your chin and say ta-a-a-a. Now say it into your recorder. Sit down, shake your hands out. Look at your left hand. You should see two complete circles etched into your fingertips. This tells you that the holes have been covered and you will play a good note. Go through the whole right hand over the heart rigamarole again, this time, add another finger, (A), then another, (G). If this is successful, put two fingers of the right hand down, opposite the R. thumb, E. I use the wind songs methods. They are good for students who want to go ahead and teach themselves.
Reply (2) · Report · Abbie R on Sep 10, 2011
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where are they made?
A shopper on Mar 15, 2016
Best Answer: These recorders are made in Germany.
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