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Flute - Wikipedia


The flute is a family of musical instruments in the woodwind group. Unlike woodwind ..... (by subscription); Essay on the Jiahu flutes from the Heilbrunn Timeline of Art History at The Metropolitan ...

A Flute Historical Timeline - Mostlywind


1670 - Three-piece, 1-keyed flute in "D" appears in Jean Baptiste Lully's famous orchestra in France. More changes: conical bore (tapers down to middle, ...

A Timeline of Flute Development - Flutopedia.com


This page provides a vertical timeline for the historical flutes and flute-related developments surveyed on Flutopedia. The rightmost column shows a rough guide ...

Timelines - flutehistory.com


Flute History - Gemeinhardt


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 modern flute.

Ancient Music History - Timeline - Classical Works


Year, Event. -4000, Harps and Flutes played in Egypt. -3500, Lyres and Double Clarinets played in Egypt. -3000, The Chinese court musician cuts first bamboo ...

How we Got to Here-Flute 1832-1860

www.nfaonline.org/resources/Young-Members/Flute History/Dening - How we Got to Here-Flute 1832-1860 .pdf

Development of the Modern Flute. 1830. 1845. 1860. 1831: Theobald Boehm travels to England to perform. While on this trip he hears Charles Nicholson play.

History of the flute - The Flutepage


Apr 13, 2013 ... This part of flutepage is about the development of the flute through history. Please select the epoch you are interested in by clicking on the ...

Flute Stopper | Work of Art | Heilbrunn Timeline of Art History | The ...


Flute Stopper. Date: late 19th–early 20th century. Geography: Papua New Guinea, Middle Sepik, Yuat River region. Culture: Biwat people. Medium: Wood, paint ...

The Development of the Recorder | Essay | Heilbrunn Timeline of Art ...


A member of the flute family, the recorder was used for art music in western Europe throughout the fifteenth and sixteenth century. As a musical instrument, the ...