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Sopranino recorders are higher pitched than Sopranos, and are not commonly played compared to the more ubiquitous Altos and Sopranos.  They are in F, which means the fingering is different from the Sopranos, but the same as Altos though an octave higher in pitch.  

Smaller than a sopranino, the garklein is in C, and sounds very high. Not often used!

We offer Sopraninos and garkleins in the following sections:

Kung Sopraninos

Moeck Sopraninos

Mollenhauer Sopraninos

Sopranino Recorders