Wow. I was playing along, happily thinking I was hitting the right notes, even managed to play Amazing Grace by ear, then I was told that the F I was playing isn’t an F at all. I was playing 01234 when I should have been playing 0123467. That makes the song a whole lot more tricky. And I feel silly now, especially as I have a finger chart sat next to me…
But what note IS 01234? It’s like a microtone between E and F.
This topic was modified 7 years, 2 months ago by Aulos303.
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To try to simplify things (even though this may seem extremely complicated), there are at least four types of recorder in modern-day use. I suspect that you have the type that may be called Baroque which has F fingered T123467. Another similar-looking type with simplified fingering is called German which has F fingered T1234. Then there is a type (which looks different from yours) called Ganassi which has F fingered T12346. Finally there are Renaissance recorders (which also look different from yours) which may have a variety of fingerings for F.