The Engelberger five-tone recorder was specially created for the purpose of introducing beginners to the world of wind instruments.

The instrument features significant differences in the dimensions of the areas of sound-creation when compared to traditional recorders, yet it does not suffer any loss of articulation or clarity.
The bore of the instrument, responsible for creating a resonant sound, is larger than on comparable instruments. Meanwhile the areas that produce the tone itself are smaller, reducing the air consumption.  

The combination of these unique construction ideas creates an instrument that is incomparably delicate.

The Engelberger five-tone recorder creates a delicate and soaring sound.
Their simple yet robust nature invites you to play.

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Engelberger five-tone recorder 432 Hz
This model has a calming effect thanks to its special tuning pitch of a = 432 Hz. The recorder from the Engelberger five-tone recorder with the model name: 51011 is an instrument that is always a joy to play, both in lessons and at home. The scale length (the inner bore) The geometry of the inner bore of the instrument is cylindrical and wider than that of other soprano instruments. This type of bore gives the instrument its typical sound. In principle, recorders with a wider bore sound warmer, fuller, more fundamental and therefore more suitable for ensembles than instruments with a narrower bore.Who is the instrument aimed at?The Engelberg five-tone recorder is used in Waldorf kindergartens, Waldorf schools and other independent schools. The windway of a recorder The windway is the area in the head of the instrument where the musician's blowing air is formed into an air blade. This air blade is the basis of the instrument's sound. In combination with the labium, the air blade creates the fundamental vibration that generates the flute sound. The shape of the windway is therefore very relevant The 51011 model has a windway that is straight and very narrowly cylindrical. This makes the sound delicate and floating.Fingering The Engelberger five-tone recorder 51011 is supplied in the following version: 5-tone pentatonic. Packaging and accessories The instrument is supplied as standard with a bag and matching accessories:wiper rod, fingering chart Podcast about the instrumentThere is a Blockfloetenpodcast.eu a separate Episode Engelberger Fünftonflöte
Product number: 51011

€56.00*
Engelberger five-tone recorder 440 Hz
The recorder from the series Engelberger five-tone recorder with the model designation: 50011 made by Kunath Instrumentenbau is an instrument that is always a joy to play, both in lessons and at home. The scale length (the inner bore) The geometry of the inner bore of the instrument is cylindrical and wider than that of other soprano instruments. This type of bore gives the instrument its typical sound. In principle, recorders with a wider bore sound warmer, fuller, more fundamental and therefore more ensemble-compatible than instruments with a narrower bore.Who is the instrument aimed at?The Engelberg five-tone recorder is used in Waldorf kindergartens, Waldorf schools and other independent schools. The windway of a recorder The windway is the area in the head of the instrument where the musician's blowing air is formed into an air blade. This air blade is the basis of the instrument's sound. In combination with the labium, the air blade creates the fundamental vibration that generates the flute sound. The shape of the windway is therefore very relevant The 50011 model from Kunath Instrumentenbau has a windway that is straight and very narrowly cylindrical. This makes the sound delicate and floating.Fingering The Engelberger five-tone recorder 50011 is supplied in the following version: 5-tone pentatonic. Packaging and accessories The instrument is supplied as standard with a bag and matching accessories:wiper rod, fingering chart Podcast about the instrumentThere is a Blockfloetenpodcast.eu a separate Episode Engelberger Fünftonflöte
Product number: 50011

€56.00*

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