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what are baroque recorders?

what are baroque recorders?

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what are baroque recorders?

what are baroque recorders?

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woodwind instruments that belong to a group known as duct flutes, and originated during the 17th century as an improvement over the existing style of recorder.
Baroque recorders are the most advanced type of duct flute.
( A duct flute is a woodwind instrument with an airway in the mouthpiece that is shaped by a block or plug that is fixed in place. )

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