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Fipple »Lere« Penta 7-tone
Inspiration from the very beginning!
Fipple – the unmistakable entry-level instrument from Mollenhauer
Available in four imaginative colours.
Each model is associated with a humorous character.
Allow me to introduce: Leregunde, also known as Lere:
a lovable soprano recorder with an apple-green headjoint and a body made of European maple wood.
The child-friendly, high-quality combination of materials is a proven recipe for a successful start to making music. Robust, reliable and comfortable, with a curved windway, it offers a good response throughout the tonal range and balanced intonation. The elegant shape of the recorder’s beak and the sweeping design of the instrument open up a connection to baroque models right from the start.
The wooden body with a hand-finished, oiled surface ensures a pleasant feel and a beautiful sound.
The plastic head facilitates hygienic care by simply rinsing it with lukewarm water and letting it dry outside the bag.
Stimulating the learning process
Each Fipple model is associated with a character that children can identify with. The apple-green Leregunde is overzealous, matter-of-fact and nature-loving. She raves about bright and floating sounds.
The colourful world of the Fipples gives the imagination wings and stimulates learning. In addition to the instrument, helpful supporting material is available:
• the adventurous Fipple Story for reading alone or together
• the Fipple Game – put it together yourself for tons of fun and excitement.
Link to the fipple story and game
A beginner's instrument with pentatonic fingering for specific learning concepts, primarily used in beginners' lessons with specific songs, for example in Waldorf (Rudolf Steiner) Schools. This instrument is also particularly suitable for early attempts at improvisation. Pitch range: d'', e'', g'', a'', b'', d''', e'''
Material: head joint made from high-quality plastic, body from pearwood
Fingering chart: download
Range: d2, e2, g2, a2, h2, d3, e3
Pitch: a1 = 442 Hz
- Cleaning rod in plastic
- Fipple Story
- Fipple Song
- Fipple Game (online)
- Fingering chart
- Maintenance instructions