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Flautina, pearwood stained, two-piece, baroque double hole, 440 Hz

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Flautina, 2 pieces



The instrument from the model series class flute with the item number: 2170A-072 built by Paetzold by Kunath is a companion that always brings new fun in making music in daily use.
The instrument owes this special feature mainly to the clever composition of the groundbreaking model design in combination with the tonal colors of the pear wood material used.

The material is conspicuously inspiring in this instrument due to its sound characteristics typical of the material. The properties can be characterized as follows: Rich in overtones.

The scale length

. The geometry of the recorder's inner bore is cylindroconical and narrower. This type of bore gives the instrument its typical sound.
In principle recorders with a wider bore sound warmer, fuller, more fundamental and thus more suitable for ensembles than instruments with a narrower bore.

What kind of music is the recorder best suited for?

Pearwood is predestined for recorders used in folk and for beginning recorder playing.

Who is this instrument aimed at?

It follows that instruments made of pearwood are particularly suitable for ambitious amateurs, advanced players. Another universal law is that a better instrument usually makes music-making less complicated than a seemingly inexpensive bargain.

The wind tunnel of the recorder


The windway is the area in the instrument's headjoint where the musician's blowing air is formed into a sheet of air. This air leaf is the nucleus of the instrument's tone production. In conjunction with the labium, this sheet of air gives rise to the fundamental vibration that generates the flute's tone. The shape of the wind channel is thus one of the basic characteristics The instrument 2170A-072 from Paetzold by Kunath has a windway that is straight and conical in shape.
Conical windways accelerate the air more than cylindrical windways.
Wind tunnels are naturally complex in their geometric design and many parameters play together.



The flute Paetzold by Kunath Klassenflöte 2170A-072 is manufactured in the version: Baroque fingering.


. It is not always possible to drill tone holes in places in the instrument that are comfortable to grip with the fingers. Particularly on bass recorders, tone holes sit in positions that are inaccessible due to acoustic necessities. On these instruments, machine heads are fitted that make gripping much {simplify|easier, or even possible in the first place.
The 2170A-072 instrument has the following keys: None. This allows it to be played above average by players with smaller hands. This key action is unique and legally protected. Especially in Korea and Taiwan, these instruments are often used in youth ensembles by well-known teachers of young players.
But also adult players with small hands appreciate the advantages of the Ohne.

Multi-part design


The number of parts in an instrument strongly shapes the way in which the recorder can be used, on the one hand, to ensure sensible handling in terms of ease of assembly and, on the other, safe transport.
A point that becomes especially important when larger or more instruments are to be taken along.
Ask veteran ensemble managers.


Packaging and accessories

. The recorder comes standard with a bag and the following accessories: Grease cup, wiper rod, fingering chart.

Hygiene tips

. If the recorder is borrowed frequently, it is recommended to disinfect the beak area regularly for your own protection. For convenient but safe cleaning, the remedy Flautisept has proven itself in these cases. Flautisept is available in our assortment.

How to find a new instrument

. How to easily find your new instrument
. Get expert advice
. However, you should never let well-intentioned advice stop you from trying out a flute for yourself. Your musical sensibilities are as unique as you are. Therefore, only you can decide which instrument inspires you personally.
Our recommendation is therefore: Try out new designs that you may not have tried before. You can only gain experience.
More Information
Voice Soprano
Fingering Barocke Griffweise
Tuning 442 Hz
Surface finish Geölt/Gewachst
Windway Gerade, konisch
Blowing type Direkt angeblasen
Article group Blockflöten
Sound characteristics Birnbaum: Weicher, chorischer Klang. Geeignet für das Spiel in der Gruppe
Construction 2-teilig (Kopf-, Unterstück)
Bore zylindrisch
Musical use Ensemble, im chorischen Spiel und solistisch
Material structure Birnbaum: Sehr tragfähig mit feinporiger Struktur.
Packing mehrteilige Baumwolltasche
Model series Flautina & Flautino
Material Birnbaum
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