Soprano flute with baroque (English) system of holes. Can be disassembled into three parts. Supplied with textile cover.
The difference between the English and German fingering is that in the English (or Baroque) way you play the note "f" with two fingers - the index and ring fingers, i.e. the so-called fork. The German fingering plays this tone with only one finger - the index finger. Which flute to choose depends on the teacher, the baroque method is slightly more preferred.
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