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Kung Studio Garklein Recorder in Maple

by Kung
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£80.83 excluding VAT (UK Export Price)


This garklein is made of maple which has earthy soundnotes. The recorder is in baroque fingering and has a wide bore. The STUDIO garklein recorder is not a children's recorder, it is rather designed for advanced players. It has a strong, penetrating sound and is popular as a special effect in an ensemble or as a recorder to produce bird sounds.

Küng's Studio series has proven to be popular with all levels of players providing a high quality instrument at a reasonable price. They have a full sound, balanced tone, and a good, easy response in all registers. Their clear, warm sound is well-suited for ensemble playing.

This garklein recorder comes complete with canvas bag, fingering chart and maintenance instructions.

N.B. Garklein's are single-holed due to their size!

  • Baroque fingering
  • Single holes
  • 1-Piece
  • Made of maple
  • Wax impregnation
  • Pitch: a´= 442 Hz
  • Includes soft bag, manual and fingering chart
  • 3 year warranty
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Franceska D.
United Kingdom United Kingdom
Surprisingly sweet sound

Yes, it's a tiny weapon of mass destruction but, when compared with the Aulos plastic Garklein that I have had for decades, it has a sweet and pleasant sound. It sounds exactly like the matching sopranino when pieces are played at the same pitch, which is no mean feat for such a tiny instrument. Don't spend your money on a plastic Garklein in the hope of upgrading in the future - go straight for the wooden one and your neighbours may still speak to you as a result. Like most Garkleins, a few notes require different fingerings from a descant but the majority are the same.