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Recorders and Accessories 

Recorders and Accessories

Browse our large range of recorders and recorder accessories, we are sure to have what you are looking for. 


You will find everything you need here, including:

  • A wide range of recorder sizes
  • A selection of the best recorder makers
  • Recorder maintenance supplies
  • Recorder accessories, including cases, straps, stands and thumbrests
  • Recorde...

Browse our large range of recorders and recorder accessories, we are sure to have what you are looking for. 


You will find everything you need here, including:

  • A wide range of recorder sizes
  • A selection of the best recorder makers
  • Recorder maintenance supplies
  • Recorder accessories, including cases, straps, stands and thumbrests
  • Recorder fashion accessories 

And much, much more!


Full range of recorder sizes

We have a huge range of recorders, ensuring everyone is well catered for. Our range covers:

  • Garklein and sopranino recorders
  • Descant or soprano recorders
  • Treble or Alto Recorders
  • Tenor, knick tenor and comfort tenor recorders. 
  • Bass recorders including basset, greatbass, contrabass, subgreatbass and even massive subcontrabass recorders. 

Recorders for every budget

We stock a selection of carefully chosen recorder makers, ensuring everyone from the beginner to the professional is well catered for. Recorder makes that we stock include:

  • Mollenhauer
  • Kung
  • Dolmetsch
  • Aulos
  • Zen-on
  • Kunath Peatzold

A large range of wooden recorders  

Recorders are made using a variety of wood types, each with a unique effect on the tonal qualities of the instrument. The Orpheus Music range includes:

  • Pearwood recorders
  • Maple recorders
  • Plum recorders
  • Palisander recorders
  • Rosewood recorders
  • Olivewood recorders
  • Grenadilla recorders
  • Satinwood recorders
  • Cherrywood recorders
  • Resin, plastic and hybrid recorders are also available. 

Concert pitch and baroque recorders

Modern recorders are most commonly pitched at concert pitch (A=440 Hz), like modern pianos and orchestral instruments.

However, among serious amateurs and professionals, other pitch standards are commonly found. For the performance of baroque music, A=415 Hz is the de facto standard, while pre-Baroque music is often performed at A=440 Hz or A=466 Hz. These pitch standards are intended to reflect the broad variation in pitch standards throughout the history of the recorder. In various regions, contexts, and time periods, pitch standards have varied from A=~392 Hz to A=~520 Hz. The pitches A=415 Hz and A=466 Hz, a semitone lower and a semitone higher than A=440 Hz respectively, were chosen because they may be used with harpsichords or chamber organs which transpose up or down a semitone from A=440. These pitch standards allow recorder players to collaborate with other instrumentalists at a pitch other than A=440 Hz. We have a special category dedicated to A=415 Hz recorders, click here to browse. 

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