The History of Flutes
The flute, an instrument that derives its sound from the blowing of air through a certain number of holes, is one of the world's oldest musical instruments, prominent in several societies....
Historyedit]. Further information: Paleolithic flutes and Prehistoric music. Chinese
women playing flutes, from the 12th-century Song ...
Flute History. While the term "flute" refers to a broad number of instruments which
are found in many different cultures, we will be exploring the history of our ...
History of the flute. Japanese Flutes The oldest flutes found, are thousands of
years old and made of bones. These flutes were used during hunting and in
earliest probable history
dates back to approximately 900 B.C. This early flute
, which was found in China, is called a ch'ie. More »
The history of the flute and flute-playing. Includes information about players,
makers, composers, and instruments of the past 800 years. Text articles, pictures
History. The flute is one of the oldest musical instruments of all and is regarded
as the first ever wind instrument. It has been in use at least since the Stone Age.
The "flute family" is the oldest in the category of woodwind instruments.
Throughout history the size of the tube along the flutes length has evolved in
respect to its ...
History. Flutes have existed since prehistoric times. A fragment of a cave bear
thigh bone containing two holes, discovered in Slovenia in 1995, is believed by ...
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Mostlywind? ... circa 1320 - One-piece wooden flute, 2' long, key of "D".