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A very impor­tant ele­ment of Küss’s oboe is the tun­ing slide (one of the ele­ments which are the most dif­fi­cult to make) and its spe­cial con­struc­tion. The orig­i­nal of this copy with the max­i­mal­ly slid-in tun­ing part plays at the pitch c. 442 Hz – 445 Hz (obvi­ous­ly, it depends on the applied mouth­piece; the hard­ness of the reed, and its length); thanks to pulling the tun­ing slide out you can even obtain the 430 Hz tun­ing and, what is inter­est­ing, you can pre­serve quite a good into­na­tion!

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