Browse our large selection of plastic and wooden sopranino recorders by Yamaha, Aulos, Moeck, Mollenhauer, Kung and much more...!
The sopranino recorder is often used for concerti and to imitate bird music. An octave above the treble/alto recorder, it can also be an excellent introduction to "F" recorders for players with smaller hands.
Immensely popular range of recorders originally designed by Friederich von Huene after models by Belgian maker Jean-Hyacinth-Joseph Rottenburgh (1...View full details
Mollenhauer 5020 Denner sopranino f'', palisander. A sophisticated ensemble set developed after original instruments of Jacob Denner (1681-1735) ba...View full details
A high quality solo recorder from the workshops of Dutch recorder maker Hans Coolsma (1919-1991). Coolsma recorders are designed with a curved win...View full details
Mollenhauer 5024 Denner sopranino f'', grenadilla. A sophisticated ensemble set developed after original instruments of Jacob Denner (1681-1735) ba...View full details
The Conservatorium recorders by Aura are made in the Coolsma workshops in the Netherlands. They are based on Bressan recorders, with a curved, high...View full details
Over the years Moeck have been perfecting their student Flauto Rondo range, and the result is reliable, balanced recorders that are easy and enjoya...View full details
Mollenhauer Kynseker 4008 sopranino recorder (f'') in plumwood. A full renaissance sound with much character and depth, baroque fingering, and a ra...View full details