GITRÈ S.r.l. profile
''Determined to introduce itself on the market with high-quality products, GITRÈ has learned and improved the techniques of plastic-material moulding and wood working, engaging itself in the entire production cycle of its instruments. A leading company in the educational and musical field, it represents a safe reference point for schools and pedagogical institutes, music therapy, large distribution and concert environments. With its millions of pieces manufactured in a year it accomplishes a capillary diffusion on the world market today. Each instrument is followed by GITRÈ in its whole life cycle: from invention to design, testing and complete production - thus creating authentic italian-made jewels. Unbreakable imperatives for the entire production, such as the exclusive use of natural and non-toxic materials, an absolute compliance with CE regulations, a strict and methodical control of the quality make up for a further reliability to the always qualified and careful GITRÈ clientele.
Music as game, as education, as therapy
GITRÈ instruments for musical didactics are designed and made bearing in mind in particular the most modern psychopedagogical theories, which in the learning of music indicate a fundamental moment for the correct and complete formation of the child-individual. The production made up of percussion, wind, rhythmic and melodic instruments is articulated in the Sound and Colour Line, direct in particular to the younger children and the Didactical Musical Line studied to give an indispensable support to the teaching of music in play schools, elementary and secondary schools, in musical therapy and in musical activities which take place in the home.
Basic instrumental groups
On the basis of the teaching and learning requirements, differing according to the age and level of musical knowledge of the students, certain ''all together proposal'' have been envisaged to give the teacher equipment which permits the formation within the class of instrumental groups able to give rise to small school orchestras. The four sets, studied respectively for play school, elementary school, secondary school and musical therapy, can furthermore be broadened with the ''integrating proposal'' groups of instruments which complete and enrich the basic group. The basic group and the relative integration, which already constitute complete musical equipment for the class, can be further enlarged at the discretion of the teacher, who will choose the single instrument to be added from time to time.''