|Level||Beginner/ Intermediate||Beginner/ Intermediate||Beginner/ Intermediate||Beginner||Beginner/ Intermediate||Beginner/ Intermediate|
|Material||Maple Wood||ABS||ABS||ABS||ABS||Maple Wood|
|Key Style||Baroque||Baroque / German||German||German||Baroque||German|
|Weight||0.77pounds / 0.4kg||0.62pounds / 0.28kg||0.31pounds / 0.14kg||0.28pounds / 0.13kg||0.31pounds / 0.14kg||0.77pounds / 0.4kg|
|Case||Hard Case||Cloth Bag||Cloth Bag||PVC Bag||Leather Bag||Hard Case|
What is the difference between the German and Baroque styles ??
The difference between the two is that the fingering of certain notes is different in the hole method, and correspondingly, the size of the corresponding soundhole on the recorder is also different.
If you are playing pop songs, the difficulty is not high, the German-style is enough.
If the goal is classical music, and the difficulty is higher, you must buy Baroque styles.
Hope it could helps you.