I have lots of different recorders, and this is now my favourite. I will use it for teaching. It is clear in tone, and warms up to play at pitch fairly quickly. I like the way it has been designed so that players may easily make the transition to a standard soprano recorder. (The hole at the bottom is in the C position). This differs from some pentatonic recorders, which have the little finger playing D. It is good to have a choice. Even with the pentatonic notes, students may still opt for a standard tutor book, eg Recorder Magic Book 1, only needs a "C" in page 24 - this means a lot of skills and confidence have been gained in the early stages. It is a nice feature to have the instrument made in one piece, and it feels secure and nicely balanced when playing. the holes are easy to cover. Kunath - thank you for this wonderful instrument!
Soprano Penta Recorder Waldorf Edition, In D", 7-tone (d", e ", g" a ", h", d "', e' '), Two-piece, made of pear wood, 442 Hz, Incl. cotton bag
Soprano Recorder Waldorf Bäumling Edition, In D', 7 Tones(d ', e', g ', a', h ', d' ', e' '), Made of a single piece of pear wood, without a thumbhole, 442 Hz, Incl. Cotton bag
Soprano Recorder Waldorf Bäumling Edition, In D', 5-Tone (d", e", g ", a" b"), Made of a single piece of pear wood, without a thumbhole, 442 Hz, Incl. cotton bag