The Recorder Plays Meditation Music
The recorder is a very well known and popular part of the woodwind musical instruments, in a group known as fipple flutes or the internal duct flutes. These whistle like instruments include the tin whistle. The recorder is an end-blown, the mouth of the instrument is constricted with a wooden plug, known as a block or fipple. It is told apart from the other flutes of the family by having seven finger holes.
The bore of this instrument can be tapered slightly, its widest piece is at the mouth piece and narrows toward the foot on Baroque recorders. Most Renaissance-era instruments also taper, but generally have a more cylindrical bore. These instruments can be made out of wood plastic or ivory. The tone of this flute makes it perfect for meditation music. Music is a gift to your inner being that will soothe your soul.
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