Peter Bowman's

Recorder Fingering Chart - Professional Fingering

This chart will help you, but only if you learn the true secrets of recorder playing.

We can help you to get there. Read on.

Professional Recorder Fingering Chart:

Peter Bowman.

Standard fingering charts only show basic fingerings.  As you know, the dynamic range of the recorder is limited.  Trying to play both loud and soft on one fingering can cause you to play out of tune. 

This handy chart, used together with Dr Downing's Recorder Technique Doctors,  by Peter Bowman, will get you playing better than ever.  All notes are shown in both flat and sharp form.  Not only will you be able to get better dynamic variation, you will also get much more enjoyment from your playing.

As an aid to helping you to learn to read at sight, we have deliberately omitted "note names".

Use the fingering of professionals. 

If it's good enough for the professional it MUST be good enough for you.

Dr Downing's Professional Recorder Fingering Chart folds neatly in half to easily slip in your pocket. 

Plastic laminated for strength and durability the chart shows the fingerings for descant/tenor on one side and sopranino/treble/bass recorders on the other.

Unfolded it stands upright on your music stand without toppling off.

Why not add a chart to your book order?

Ideal Christmas Stocking filler for musicians of all ages.

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