Indiana University

Recorder

Resources

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web metronome
free internet metronomes
web metronome
more free internet metronomes
staff paper
free printable staff paper
staff paper too
more free printable staff paper

wide rule staff paper

duet staff paper
fingering chart
soprano recorder fingering chart
alto fingering chart
alto recorder fingering chart
Lots of great information about the recorder & its history from The Recorder Home Page compiled by Nicholas S. Lander! What did recorders look like in the year 1619?
from Syntagma Musicum (Michael Praetorius)
Look at the world's first important recorder instruction book from the year 1535!
Opera Intitulata Fontegara by Sylvestro Ganassi
Here's a recorder fingering chart from 1535!  from Opera Intitulata Fontegara by Sylvestro Ganassi
Why is the year 1501 important for all musicians?
Answer: Because that's when the first book of printed music from moveable type was published. Click here and turn the pages of Harmonice Musices Odhecaton by Ottaviano Petrucci!
Early Music Concerts at the Jacobs School of Music
Early Music Concerts in and near Bloomington, Indiana:
Bloomington Early Music Festival
Recorder Orchestra of the Midwest
Indianapolis Early Music
Recorder & Early Music Concerts in Chicago
National Early Music & Recorder Organizations:
The American Recorder Society
Early Music America

Many thanks to IMSLP / Petrucci Music Library, the free public domain music library, for its impressive amount of early music treatises & music. See: http://imslp.org/wiki/Main_Page

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