Aulos Classroom Recorder Alto 3 Piece English Woodgrain Finish A709Bw 

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Aulos recorders are a great value instrument; with excellent intonation and ease of playing in all registers, these recorders are excellent for students in the classroom or ensemble setting. Beautiful wood grain finish, available in a variety of pitch orientations.


 
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AulosClassroom Recorder
 
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5.0

Clear, penetrating, articulates well

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from Richmond, VA

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  • Compact
  • Easy To Use
  • Excellent Sound

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    Best Uses

    • Amateur Recording
    • Home Studio
    • Performances
    • Professional Recording

    Comments about Aulos Classroom Recorder:

    This makes a nice, distinctive soprano sound and responds to articulation -- as does the alto model I have had a couple years. Two-piece, with a quality looking/feeling 14- inch vinyl(?) zip-up case. Small enough to fit in a briefcase, messenger bag or longish pocketbook.

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    5.0

    Fingers fit O.K.

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    from Detroit, Michigan

    Comments about Aulos Classroom Recorder:

    It's surprising, but my (normal, man-sized) fingers fit O.K. on this tiny instrument. It sounds great. The fingering is slightly different from a soprano near the top, maybe because the holes are repositioned to make room for our fingers. It is very shrill, so I use earplugs when practicing. There should be no problem hearing it in a large musical group, unlike most recorders.

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