Now it’s your turn to learn the B flat on recorder.
B flat note is enharmonic of A sharp note, that is, they are the same sounds but with a different name.
Therefore, we are going to get them in the same way.
But let’s see how to play b flat on recorder.
As you can see, we have to cover the following holes of our recorder:
- The first
- The third
- The fifth
- The seventh
- The back hole
How to play B flat on Recorder
It’s very easy, because with this note we’ll be able to play many songs, specifically in the F major tonality because in this tonality the B note is flat and not natural.
The note B flat on a soprano recorder is written with letters, “Bb”.
Pay special attention to how the note B-flat is written on the stave, in the third line and with a flat in front.
To put it into practice what better than to do it with the recorder song of the Titanic, which has the B-flat in recorder in its melody.