Kanteles

In the Finnish epic Kalevala, the old magic singer Väinämöinen made ​​the first kantele from the jawbone of a giant pike. The vertebrae were made from the teeth and for the strings horse hair were used. When he played, all the animals of the forest came together and listened; people could rest their work and were moved by the sound. The second Kantele he made later from a birch.

The kantele is eponymous for the collection of poems Kanteletar ("kantele-player"), such as the Kalevala was also compiled by Elias Lönnrot.

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Price: 120,00 EUR
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Weight: 1 kg
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Cherry (native wild cherry) W: 50 cm H: 35 cm D: 2.7 cm (wood thickness), 3 cm (with feet): 15 strings, G major / diatonic (pre-tuned): G - g ', 2 octaves
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Weight: 2 kg
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Cherry (native wild cherry) W: 50 cm H: 35 cm D: 2.7 cm (wood thickness), 3 cm (with feet): 15 strings, G major / diatonic (pre-tuned): G - g ', 2 octaves
Large Kantele (Code: 25)
Price: 180,00 EUR
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Weight: 1,5 kg
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Large Kantele cherry wood soundhole designed according to the idea of a customer (Olga Schäfer) 15 strings = 2 octaves, diatonic tuning key, manual, 2 Schlegel painted with shellac (biological), with bio wax (Leinos) polished
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