Engelberger five-tone flute series with the article number: 51011 by Paetzold by Kunath is a recorder that can be used in class as well as on stage to create new fun
. This characteristic is mainly due to the special composition of the ingenious construction concept in the fine tuning with the timbre of the pearwood material used
. The properties can be characterized as follows, whereby it is in the nature of things that sounds can only be described very inadequately with words. Therefore, the material-typical sound of recorders is perceived and described in slightly different details by each person:
bore of the inner bore of the recorder is cylindrical and wider. In
principle, instruments with a further bore sound warmer, fuller, more fundamental and therefore more ensembleable than models with a narrower bore.For which
music can the instrument best be used?
Pearwood is particularly suitable for recorders that are used in ensembles, in choral playing and as a solo instrument...
Who is this instrument aimed
at? It follows from this that
instruments made of pearwood are particularly suitable for beginners. The
wind tunnel of the recorderThe
wind tunnel is the area in the headpiece of the recorder in which the air blown by the musician is formed into an air blade
This air leaf is the nucleus of the sound production of a flute. In interaction with the labium, the oscillation generating the flute sound is created from the air leaf. The shape of the wind tunnel is thus one of the defining principles for the response and the sound of the flute.
The instrument 51011
by Paetzold by Kunath has a wind tunnel that is straight and very narrowly cylindrical. Conically shaped wind tunnels accelerate the breathing air more than cylindrical ones.
The design of wind tunnels is extremely complex due to the system and many parameters are influenced by each other.
Paetzold flute by Kunath Engelberger Fünftonflöte 51011 is delivered in the version:
tone holes cannot always be drilled in the places in the body of the instrument that are easy to reach with the hands. Particularly with larger instruments, some tone holes are located in positions that are not ergonomically accessible for reasons relevant to response. These instruments are fitted with key mechanisms that make gripping much easier or even possible in the first place
. The 51011
following keys: Without. The shape of the key is unique and legally protected. Especially in Asia these models are often used
in recorder orchestras by leading teachers for adolescent players
, but also by older players with reduced grip of the hands who appreciate the advantages of the Without.
construction of the bodyThe
structural design in relation to the multi-part nature of a flute influences in many ways the way in which the woodwind instrument can be used in daily life, on the one hand to ensure meaningful handling with regard to easy assembly and on the other hand to ensure safe transport.
This is a point not to be underestimated, especially when transporting larger (and sometimes several) instruments
. Experienced ensemble players can sing a song about them.
Packaging and accessoriesThe
instrument is supplied as standard with a bag and the appropriate accessories: Grease jar, wiper rod, fingering chartTips for
often borrowed, it is advisable to disinfect the beak area regularly for your own protection. The care product Flautisept has proven itself for convenient but safe cleaning. You will
find Flautisept in our assortment.
recommendations for finding a new instrumentHow
find your next instrument in an
?get expert advice?don'
t let "generally valid" rules such as "the flute xy doesn't go in ensemble / for professionals" prevent you from testing an unknown flute yourself.your musical feeling is as unique as you are.
Therefore, only you can decide for yourself which recorder will inspire you.
Our recommendation is therefore: test new design concepts that you have never tried before, you can only gain more experience.