Music

Young Man Playing a Recorder (Anonymous; French School, 17th Century)
Young Man Playing a Recorder (Anonymous; French School, 17th Century)

4th & 5th Grade Recorders

When Scholars learn to play the recorder, it promotes learning by experimentation, imitation and construction of their own creative universe — generally, what they’re are already doing.

It’s difficult for a child to pick up an instrument and make music. To produce a basic sound on most wind instruments, for example, children have to learn the correct embouchure (the shape of the mouth’s muscles) and rudimentary technique. But it’s easy to play a recorder because all that’s needed is your own ability to breathe.

 

PURCHASE A SCHOLAR RECORDER BELOW.  

ALWAYS INCLUDE YOUR SCHOLAR'S FIRST NAME, LAST NAME and GRADE.

 

Last Name, First Name Grade