Flautina, 442 Hz

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Product number: 3170A-072
Product information "Flautina, 442 Hz"

Flautina is the princess among school recorders. 
She wears the small gemstone on the headpiece with pride.

The personality of the recorder "Flautina"

Flautina is not just a recorder. She is a treasure.
She was found by Princess Flautina in the treasure chamber during a night-time foray through her parents' castle.
After that, Flautina and her brother Flautino took the flute to the royal nursery and learnt to play the instrument together.
This story is told in detail in a small comic, which is also included with the flute as an "instruction manual".

Construction and fingering

The recorder Flautina 3170A-072 is in three parts, has a conical windway and is built in the following fingering: Baroque, double hole.

Packaging and accessories

The instrument is supplied with a bag and useful accessories as standard: Grease jar, fingering chart, comic care instructions

Properties "Flautina, 442 Hz"
Accessories: Wischerstange, Trockentuch, Zapfenfett, Pflegenleitung, Grifftabelle
Blowing type: Direkt
Bore shape: schwach zylindrokonisch und im Durchschnitt enger
Construction: 3-teilig (Kopf-, Mittel-, Fußstück)
Fingering: Barock Doppelloch
Group: Blockflöten
Material: Birnbaum
Material (botanical): Pyrus communis
Material structure: Birnbaum: Sehr tragfähig mit feinporiger Struktur.
Musical use: Alle Stilarten
Net weight: 0.0815 kg
Packing: mehrteilige Baumwolltasche
Sound characteristics: Birnbaum: Weicher, chorischer Klang. Geeignet für das Spiel in der Gruppe
Surface treatment: Geölt/Gewachst
Target group: EinsteigerInnen
Tuning pitch: 442 Hz, 442 Hz
Weight without case: 0.2035 kg
Windway: Gerade, konisch, Gerade, konisch
Size: Sopran

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Care

Zapfenfett
Cork grease is used on recorders to lubricate the connection between the individual parts of the flute (the so-called tenon joints). Here are some reasons why cork grease is important:Easier to put together and take apartCork grease ensures that the individual parts of the flute are easier to put together and take apart again. This prevents the joints from being damaged or worn out.Protection against moisture and wood sourcesWith wooden flutes in particular, moisture can cause the wood to swell and make the joints more difficult to handle. The grease acts as a barrier against moisture and protects the wood.Preventing cracks and fracturesIf the tenon joints are too dry, this can lead to cracks or fractures occurring when they are put together or taken apart. Regular greasing prevents such damage.Longer life of the recorderOverall, the use of cork grease contributes to the care and maintenance of the recorder, which extends its life and maintains its playability.Maintaining the tightness of the jointsWell-lubricated joints ensure that the parts fit together tightly and that no air escapes, which is important for the sound and intonation of the recorder. Regular maintenance of the tenon joints with special cork grease is therefore essential to keep the recorder in good condition and maintain its functionality.

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