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Mollenhauer Prima Soprano Recorder in Blue Plastic and Pearwood

4 reviews
£37.50
£31.25 excluding VAT (UK Export Price)
SKU MOL1054

This Prima soprano (descant) is an inexpensive beginners recorder, combining an attractive blue plastic headjoint with a pearwood body. The plastic headjoint, attached to the body with a rubber seal, makes for an almost maintenance free and stable instrument, with the sound and feel of a wooden recorder.

This recorder comes with a half-moon canvas case, cleaning rod and a fingering chart.

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SS
01/01/2022
Sue S.
United Kingdom United Kingdom

Excellent service

Great customer service. Lovely recorder bought as a present - recipient very happy

SG
07/12/2021
Sarah G.
United Kingdom United Kingdom

Mollenhauer Prima Soprano Recorde

Good sound and easy to maintain. Perfect first recorder

KR
22/06/2021
Karen R.
United Kingdom United Kingdom

Lovely tone & practical headjoint

Ideal for my child as an excellent upgrade from a plastic recorder. This recorder has a lovely tone yet the headjoint is practical, which is really needed at this stage!

VL
29/05/2020
Valerie L.

I highly recommend this recorder because it really does sound quite mellow and the stretch for the 'pinkie' finger is so comfortable as well as the rest of the fingers. My husband ordered it on Saturday 23rd May and it arrived on Thursday 28th May. It is very light and comfortable to hold and play. I first used to practice during my early twenties and then stopped and at sixty-four, picked up the recorder again during the 'lockdown'. I would also highly recommend 'The Early Music Shop', too. ~Mrs. Valerie Leng.

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