The wind tunnel is the area in the head of the instrument in which the breathing air is formed into a thin sheet of air. This air leaf is the basis of the sound production of a flute. In interaction with the labium, the airleaf is used to create the vibration that fundamentally generates the tone of the flute. The shape of the wind tunnel is therefore one of the defining features for the wide range of artistic applications of the recorder.The recorder 117-172 by Paetzold by Kunath has a wind tunnel that is straight and conical.
The instrument Paetzold by Kunath class flute 117-172 is offered in the version: Baroque fingering.
The number of individual parts of a flute determines in many ways the way in which the woodwind instrument is used in daily use, on the one hand, in terms of ease of assembly and, on the other, in terms of transport.
|Blowing type||Direkt angeblasen|
|Sound characteristics||Birnbaum: Weicher, chorischer Klang. Geeignet für das Spiel in der Gruppe|
|Construction||2-teilig (Kopf-, Unterstück)|
|Musical use||Alle Stilarten|
|Material structure||Birnbaum: Sehr tragfähig mit feinporiger Struktur.|