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

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Flautino, 2 pieces



The recorder from the Class Flute series with the model designation: 2170-072 manufactured by Paetzold by Kunath is a musical tool that is always fun to play.
This special feature is largely due to the clever marriage of the ingenious model in interaction with the tonal characteristics of the pear wood material used.

This material is pleasantly convincing in the instrument due to its special advantages. The characteristics can be characterized in this way, whereby it is in the nature of things that sounds can always only be described very inadequately with words. Therefore, the sound of recorders is perceived and described slightly differently by each person in the details: Noble,.

The bore

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

What kind of music can the flute be used for?

Pearwood is excellent for instruments used in ensemble, choral playing, and solo performance.

Who is this instrument aimed at?

It follows from this that instruments made of pearwood are particularly suitable for beginners. Another basic rule to keep in mind is that a more qualitative instrument will naturally make learning more enjoyable than one that is inexpensive at first sight.

The wind tunnel of the recorder


The wind tunnel is the area in the recorder head where the blowing air is formed into a thin sheet of air. This air leaf is the central starting point of the instrument's sound. The vibration which generates the flute tone is produced at the labium from this sheet of air. The shape of the windway is therefore extremely important The shape of the windway is therefore extremely important for the variability of the recorder's musical expression.
The recorder 2170-072 from Paetzold by Kunath has a windway that is straight and conical in shape.
Conical windways accelerate the air more than cylindrically shaped ones.
Wind tunnels are of course extremely complex in their design and many parameters are influenced by each other.



The instrument Paetzold by Kunath Class Flute 2170-072 is delivered in the version: Baroque fingering.


. It is not always possible to drill tone holes in places in the instrument that are comfortable and easy to grip with the hands. Particularly on low-pitched instruments, some tone holes sit in positions that cannot be grasped due to acoustic necessities. On these instruments, keys are fitted to the instrument makers to make gripping considerably {simplify|easier, or even possible in the first place.
The instrument 2170-072 has the following keys: None. This allows the recorder to be played well by players with smaller hands. This key system is unique and legally protected. Especially in Taiwan and Korea, these instruments are often used in youth ensembles by well-known teachers for adolescent players.
But also adult players with reduced grip span of the hands appreciate the advantages of the Ohne.

Body construction


The number of components of a woodwind instrument influences in many ways the way in which the recorder enables uncomplicated handling in terms of easy gripping on the one hand, and safe transport on the other, during daily use.
A point that becomes especially important when transporting larger or multiple instruments .
Experienced ensemble players can tell them a thing or two about it.

Packaging and accessories

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

Hygiene tips

. If the instrument is borrowed frequently, it is advisable to clean the windway sterilely when necessary to ensure hygienic safety. In these cases, Flautisept has proven to be effective. You will find Flautisept in our product range.

How to find a new recorder

. How do you easily find your future instrument?
Inform yourself in detail
. However, you should in no case let opinions prevailing in your environment dissuade you from testing a recorder yourself. Your musical sensibility is as unique as you are. Therefore, only you can decide for yourself which design will suit you personally.
Our recommendation is therefore: Try out new instruments that you may never 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 leicht zylindrokonisch und im Durchschnitt enger
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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