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Mollenhauer Fipple Soprano Recorder in Plastic & Maple (Sea Blue)

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Original price £45.00 - Original price £45.00
Original price
£45.00 - £45.00
Current price £45.00
SKU MOL17413
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NEW FOR 2023! Fipple – the unmistakable entry-level instrument from Mollenhauer

Available in four imaginative colours: apple green, berry, sea blue and orange.

The loveable soprano recorder with a sea blue plastic headjoint and a body made of European maple wood.

The child-friendly, high-quality combination of materials is a proven recipe for a successful start to making music. Resilient, reliable and euphonious, with a curved windway, it offers a good response throughout the tonal range and balanced intonation. The elegant shape of the recorder’s beak and the sweeping design of the instrument open up a connection to baroque models right from the start.

The wooden body with a hand-finished, oiled surface ensures a pleasant feel and a beautiful sound.

The plastic head facilitates hygienic care by simply rinsing it with lukewarm water and letting it dry outside the bag.

Stimulating the learning process

Each Fipple model is associated with a character that children can identify with. The sea-blue Degedus is a sport’s talent - an inventive recorder speedster who likes to play exuberantly fast melodies.

Supporting educational material including stories and games is available from Mollenhauer here.

Baroque fingering with double holes

The standard among the most widespread entry-level instruments: baroque fingering and double holes for the tones C/C sharp and D/D sharp. The double holes make it easier to finger semitones accurately when they are introduced at a later stage of learning.

Click here to read Mollenhauer's brochure about the Fipple recorder range.

Included in your purchase:

• Fipple Soprano recorder in sea blue finish
• Canvas case
• Plastic cleaning rod
• Fingering chart & maintenance instructions
• Fipple story & links to online songs and games


Listen to this recorder! 

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