These two recorders, from the same maker, sound the same (to me) but are different in external profile and are made of different woods. They are good starter instruments for a player who wants wood rather than plastic.
I needed a new recording and I chose to play "The Lord Phoppington", from "Playford's Dancing Master" because it is similar the "Blackheath", that have used to demonstrate other low priced descants. The lowest note is C and the highest is G. I first play the piece on the Zamra and then repeat it on the Aura BS 3B. If you highlight this text you will be able to read the 'missing' words.
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