Recorders, which are most often made of wood, belong to the group of wind instruments. The narrow windway of a recorder’s wooden block creates its sound. Experienced recorder players are able to create a variety of different sounds by applying tongue and blowing techniques.

A recorder is able to play any melody line. As it became popular during the baroque period, its repertoire usually comprises folk or classical songs.

In many cases, this instrument serves children as an entry into the world of music. Recorder lessons at the [MA] can be used as a prestage for later flute or saxophone lessons, but well-founded learning of different pipes as an independent instrument is possible as well.


Facts about Recorder Lessons at the [MA]:

Starting age: Children from age 4
Age groups: Children, adolescents, adults, best agers

Standard lesson:

3 x 30 minutes one-to-one and 1 x 60 minutes group lessons (per month)
Extended: Ensemble lessons
Basic learning content:  
Styles: Pop, classic
Instrument on hire available: No
Hiring fee: -
Instrument purchase: Yes, from € 12.-
[MA] Shop, in stock: Yes
Trial lesson: Free
Waiting time: No


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