Harmony Traditional H147B Soprano Recorder Blue Translucent

Harmony

Item No. 400837
Alt. Part # H147B
UPC Code 881970005987
The Harmony H147 is a fantastic two-piece soprano recorder at an affordable price! This translucent blue Baroque-English fingering soprano recorder is made of maintenance-free ABS plastic. The design is classroom-proven to ensure exceptional intonation and durability. Two-piece recorders are a
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Description
The Harmony H147 is a fantastic two-piece soprano recorder at an affordable price! This translucent blue Baroque-English fingering soprano recorder is made of maintenance-free ABS plastic. The design is classroom-proven to ensure exceptional intonation and durability. Two-piece recorders are a perfect compromise for easy cleaning and sturdiness.

Available in three colors: red, blue and green.

Specifications:
Blue translucent
Soprano
Two-piece construction
Baroque-English fingering
Key of C
Double holes: low C and C#, and low D and D#

Includes:
2-piece recorder
Fingering chart
Cleaning rod
Cloth and plastic zippered bag

Reviews (3)
  • Blue recorder
    The kids were very excited to get their new recorders in beautiful colors!
  • Harmony Recorders
    I used these this past year for my 3rd grade music class. I bought them because they were easy on our budget. I was really impressed with the sturdy case, but the instrument itself breaks pretty easily. In our first semester, I had about 20 kids bring me a recorder that was in pieces. Tone wise they can be a little "breathy," as condensation builds up in the mouthpiece after just a few minutes of playing.
  • Harmony Recorders
    I used these this past year for my 3rd grade music class. I bought them because they were easy on our budget. I was really impressed with the sturdy case, but the instrument itself breaks pretty easily. In our first semester, I had about 20 kids bring me a recorder that was in pieces. Tone wise they can be a little "breathy," as condensation builds up in the mouthpiece after just a few minutes of playing.
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