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The First Three Recorder Tones to Be Learned (b', a', g') Audio


The Next Recorder Tone (c'') Audio


The Next Recorder Tone (d') Audio


Two New Recorder Tones (e', e'') with half scales and chords Audio


The Next Recorder Tone (d') Audio


Next Recorder Tone (f#'), with scales and chords Audio


The Next Tone (f'), with scales and chords Audio


The Lowest Recorder Tone (c'), with scales Audio


Alternative Recorder Fingerings Audio


Recorder Tones in the Higher Octave (g'', f'', f#''), with scales and chords Audio


Another Recorder Tone (b-flat'), with scales Audio


Another Recorder Tone (c#''), with scales Audio


Another Recorder Tone (g#'), with scales and chords Audio


Another Recorder Tone (e-flat''), with scales and chords Audio


Exchange of Sharps and Flats (Enharmonics) and use in various scales Audio


Two More High Tones for the Recorder (a'', g#''), with scales and chords Audio