Finally, dear recorder students, I know you were waiting for it!
The Harry Potter recorder song has arrived in this tutorial, you will be able to learn this enigmatic melody.
I know, it’s very difficult…so what…
Look, nothing is impossible if you are motivated to study. Music is a wonderful job that brings a lot of satisfaction.
Don’t you want to play the melody of hedwig’s theme recorder to your brother, or your mother or your whole family?
I’ll help you to surprise them, enough talking and let’s go!
☝️Harry Potter Recorder Notes
This time we will have to master many notes on our recorder, the song or melody of hedwig`s theme is not easy.
It keeps changing and has a lot of accidentals!.
The melody of hedwig’s theme is composed of the following musical notes:
💥Basic notes to master
You can review the recording fingering chart for high notes
💥Notes with sharps
⭐️How to play Harry Potter on Recorder 1
The first thing you should know before playing this song is that it won’t be easy, but if you succeed you will have taken a very important step with your recorder. You will know how to combine natural notes with sharp notes. Y
ou should pay special attention to the time signature of this piece of music, it is a 3/4, this means that we have three quarter note figures in each measure. It is not difficult but it does require a lot of attention, try to listen to the harry potter audio for reference.
In this part you should pay attention to the note G sharp, the HIGH notes D and C are very easy to achieve.
⭐️How to play harry potter on recorder 2
In this part you will have to pay attention to the sustained notes:
They are all in the high register.
⭐️How to play harry potter on recorder 3
If you have passed the previous parts you will have no problem with this part, listen to the reference audio.
⭐️How to play harry potter on recorder 4
The last part is quite difficult, combining altered notes with notes in the high register.
☝️About Harry Potter
Harry Potter is a series of fantasy novels written by British author J. K. Rowling, which describes the adventures of the young apprentice of magic and wizardry Harry Potter and his friends Hermione Granger and Ron Weasley, during the years spent at Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry. The plot centers on the struggle between Harry Potter and the evil wizard Lord Voldemort, who murdered Harry’s parents in his quest to conquer the magical world.
Since the release of the first novel, Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone, in 1997, the series has achieved immense popularity, rave reviews and commercial success around the world. By July 2013, between 400 and 450 million copies of the seven books had been sold, making them the best-selling book series in history, and they have been translated into more than 65 languages, including Latin and ancient Greek. The seventh and final book, Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows, was released worldwide in English on July 21, 2007,4 while in Spanish it was published on February 21, 2008.5
Bloomsbury Publishing has the publishing rights in English for the United Kingdom, the rest of Europe and the Commonwealth of Nations except for the American continent, while Scholastic Publishing has them for the United States-America and Editorial Salamandra has them for the Spanish language and their distribution in Spain and Latin America.
The success of the novels has made the Harry Potter brand one of the most successful in the world, with a value of 15 billion dollars, and Rowling the first writer in history to reach 1 billion dollars in earnings thanks to her work. In 2005, she was the ninth person with the highest annual income in the world.
In 1999, the film production company Warner Bros. acquired the rights to adapt the seven books into a series of films. The last of these, Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 2, was released on July 15, 2011, and with eight films made, the series became one of the most successful movie franchises in terms of box office receipts.
8 thoughts on “Harry Potter Theme on Recorder”
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I’m a penny whistle player (played trumpet for years) who loves to play classical and popular music. I’ve been scouring free music in D, B minor, G, and E minor since most penny whistle tunes are Celtic. Transitioning to recorder should give me more music to enjoy. The fingerings for G# and Bflat are tough. I think the high D# in the last line of the music above has the same finger positions as the E before it.
Thank you very much, I really appreciate your comment
wow that’s nice MR .Ernesto
nah it is really good!