This is used to lubricate the joint tenons of a wooden recorder. When a recorder is new you should use cork grease every time you put the instrument together for the first week or two. After that, the corks will soak up some of the grease and you only need to use it once or twice a week.
Used to clean the inside of your recorder after playing. You don’t need to necessarily do this after every playing or practicing session but, it must be often to stop germs building in your instrument. You do this by threading a thin piece of fabric through the eye of the cleaning rod, wrap the fabric round the rod and then insert this into the bottom hole of the recorder and push it to the end a few times to get the instrument cleaned. One corner of the swab has a pull string or cord attached to it that is perhaps a foot long, with a small weight sewn into the fabric at the other end of it.
Holds your instruments at the desired level
Holds your sheet music at the desired level
Neck sling / strap
This is required only if you’re playing big recorder instruments like the tenor and it helps ease the weight of the instrument off your hands and onto your neck
The recorder oil brush is used for firstly removing dirt from inside the recorder and then a fabric is wrapped around it, a bit of recorder oils dropped on the fabric and used to for oiling the inside of the recorder
Music Instrument cases are required for transporting your instrument to and from gigs and practice. Cases are essential for virtually every instrument but are especially important for woodwinds due to their extremely fragile nature. A sturdy hard shell recorder case offer the most protection and is the type of case recommended rather than a soft cloth cover case.
Similar to the cleaning rod, you can use the recorder mop to clean the inside of the recorder by inserting this into the bottom hole of the recorder and push it to the end a few times to get the instrument cleaned
This is required only if you’re playing big recorder instruments like the tenor and it helps ease the weight of the instrument on your hands and to balance the instrument in the right place