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Recorder Fingering and Note Flashcards

This kit includes 24 LARGE (8.5 x 11) Fingering Charts and 20 Note Name Flashcards (4.25 x 5.5) that can be used with any classroom recorder program. The flashcards feature Baroque and German fingerings for soprano or tenor recorders. The Fingering Charts and Note Name Flashcards are on cardstock and can be used as flashcards or displayed on a bulletin board. Activities, games, reproducible worksheets and a reproducible fingering chart are included. The Fingering Charts are in ascending order beginning on middle C and continue to G'. Each Fingering Chart has its note name on the back. There is a number at the bottom of the charts that corresponds to a number on the Note Name Flashcards. The Note Name Flashcards have two sides. On one side of the flashcard there is a note on the treble staff and on the reverse side there is the same note with its letter name. The Note Name Flashcards need to be cut in half with a paper cutter, because there are two notes on each page. All of the flashcards in this kit can be laminated, but will be durable even if you choose not to.

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Practice Naming Notes

Name: ______________ Class: ______________

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E G B D F Notes on Lines

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F A C E Notes in Spaces

Write the note name on the line below it. The first two notes are done for you. Use capital letters. Notes on a line:

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F

w

w

E

Notes in a space:

2.

&

w

w

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w w w w w w

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Write the notes on the treble staff using a whole note:

Write the notes on a line:

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B E G F E D G F

Write the notes in a space:

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E A C F

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E

C

A

F

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Name: ______________

B A G

Class: ______________

Write the note name of the recorder fingerings shown below:

Thumb Hole Thumb Hole

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Write the letter of each note on the line below it. Use capital letters.

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Thumb Hole

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Write each note on the treble staff below. Use whole notes.

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B A G B A

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B A G

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G

B

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Recorder Rocks!

Name: ______________ Class: ______________

Write the note name of the recorder fingerings shown below:

Thumb Hole Thumb Hole Thumb Hole Thumb Hole Thumb Hole

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Write each note on the treble staff below. Use whole notes. If the notes can be written in two places, write one note above the other.

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D

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D

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E

B

A

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Write each note name on the line below it. Use capital letters.

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Thumb Hole

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Thumb Hole

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Vented Thumb Hole

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Soprano Recorder Fingerings oe

C

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C#

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D

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E

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F

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F#

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G

#oe

G#

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A

a boe

Bb

A noe

B

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C

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#oe Q

H

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C#

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Baroque German

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Baroque German Baroque German

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Your left hand goes at the top of the recorder, and is used to cover the thumb hole at the back of the recorder, and the first three holes on the front of the recorder. Your right hand goes at the bottom of the recorder. You use your right hand to cover the four holes at the bottom of the recorder. The circles on the fingering chart represent the holes on the recorder. When the circle is filled in, cover that hole. When only half the circle is filled in, cover half the hole.

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Two kinds of recorders: German fingering recorders use a simple F fingering. English, or Baroque recorders use a forked F. How can you tell which recorder you have? Play an F on the piano. If your recorder sounds the same as the piano when you play the simple fingering for F, you have a German fingering recorder. If your recorder sounds higher in pitch than the piano, you need to use the Baroque fingering - the forked F to make your pitch match. On the fingering chart the German fingering is marked with a "G" and the Baroque fingering is marked with a "B". 10

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