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Deutsch: Verschiedene Blockflöten. Von oben nach unten:
  • Tenor in c', Apfelbaumholz
  • Alt in f', Maracaibo-Buchs
  • Sopran in c", Palisander (im Ganzen)
  • Sopranino in f", Palisander
Polski: Różne flety proste (w kolejności od góry):
  • Tenorowy (od c'),
  • Altowy (od f'),
  • Sopranowy (od c"),
  • Sopraninowy (od f").
Date 16 April 2004
Source copied from German Wikipedia ( de:Bild:Blockfloeten.jpg)
Author Mussklprozz
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