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Triebert Soprano (Descant) Recorder in Rosewood Finish

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£9.58 excluding VAT (UK Export Price)

The Triebert plastic recorder range are top quality instruments which deliver a rich body of sound, while providing the convenience of durable, maintenance-free resin. They have conventional baroque fingering, a typically easy response and excellent intonation. All soprano recorders are supplied in an attractive leatherette case with joint grease, fingering chart and cleaning pull-through.

Soprano Recorder & Tutor Book

New to the recorder? Why not add the Fun & Games Tutor Book 1 to get you started. This book is aimed at children, however it is also suitable for adults having been written by recorder players who focus on creating a supporting full, sound from the beginning. 

Classroom Package

This package is perfect for schools or music hubs teaching the recorder. 30 recorders with a 20% educational discount. Please call us for details. 




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Nicholas R.
United Kingdom United Kingdom

the genuine article

looks elegant and its sound is not hard or shrill

Franceska D.
United Kingdom United Kingdom

Excellent instrument for the price.

The Aulos equivalent (rosewood finish) of this instrument is £38, so how would this fare at just over a fifth of the price? I'm pretty sure I've never played anything but Aulos plastic descants so, when I bought this as a 'throw it in the back of the car / let baggage handlers do what they want with it' instrument, I had my doubts. Actually, it plays incredibly well. It's got the classic Aulos ease of playing throughout the register and, for a plastic instrument, a very acceptable tone. It does have a slightly whistling sound within the overall rounder tone and the low Eb is a little reluctant (as it is on all but the very best hand-made recorders), but it plays right up into the third octave. Conclusion: If you want an Aulos (other brands exist!), buy an Aulos. If you want the next best thing at an absolute bargain price, buy this. It is ideal as a spare instrument, for a beginner, for buying as part of a matched pair so that two players stand a better chance of playing in tune or for just about anything else. It has the shape and form of most models of recorder throughout the full range of prices and specifications, so it may be a better way to introduce players to the mouthpiece shape that they'll be playing on for the rest of their lives (and the Aulos doesn't have that).