Recorders Font

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About Recorders Font

Recorders is a Music font that was created by Dr H Fontricks, Unc. in . It was added to FontSpace on

Recorders is licensed as Freeware, Non-Commercial, which means it is free for personal use only. To use the font commercially, you will need to purchase a license or contact Dr H Fontricks, Unc.

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More Information

I'm a composer and recorder player and teacher, and decided that it would be useful to have some standard recorder fingerings available from the keyboard as a font. Some fingering fonts already exist, but I found none that was both as extensive as mine /and/ free, so here it is, my second font. This font contains 124 symbols, including 88 recorder fingerings and 36 other recorder-related notational elements. There are also elements which allow you to create your own fingerings -- albeit tediously -- in any word processor which allow character overstrikes to be set up.
Documentation is included in the Zip file. Freeware, for non-commercial use.

Regular TrueTypeMore Info 129 glyphs / 157 chars View Charmap
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Comments

  • Nate547 avatar
    Interesting idea, this!
  • DrH avatar
    Thanks. I've seen a couple of similar ideas with tin-whistle and bagpipe chanter fingerings, but they were kind of meager, having just a dozen fingerings or so.

    I'll be interested to see if anyone finds this useful.
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Basic Info

Font Name Recorders
File Name Recorders.TTF
File Size 150kb
Created 7/3/2013 7:30:00 PM
Modified 7/7/2013 4:22:45 PM
Glyph Type TrueType
# Glyphs 129
# Characters 157

Description

Music font containing symbols specific to notating fingerings for Recorders (Baroque Fingerings).

Copyright

Dr H Fontricks, Unc.© 2013 All Rights Reserved; None Returned

License

Freeware, non-commercial

Designer

Hiawatha, 2013

Version

Version 1.2

Trademark

Recorders®

Vendor

Dr H Fontricks, Unc.