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Flute - Wikipedia

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The flute is a family of musical instruments in the woodwind group. Unlike woodwind instruments with reeds, a flute is an aerophone or reedless wind instrument ...

Flute acoustics: an introduction - School of Physics

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How does a flute work? This introduction gives first the simple explanations, then the subtleties. It requires no mathematics, nor any special acoustics knowledge ...

How does the flute work? | Reference.com

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A flute works by blowing air across the mouthpiece, which creates vibrations that make the sound. The musician makes different notes by covering the holes in ...

Q & A: How do flutes work? | Department of Physics | University of ...

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For example, a traditional Native American flute would make different notes than a classical European one. (Even though they both work the same way.) ...

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Nov 19, 2012 ... A school project on the physics behind the flute Please try to ignore the background noise :(

acoustics - How does a flute produce its sound? - Physics Stack ...

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if an object for instance does not create successive compressions and rarefactions in air but only creates ... in other words my question is that please explain how a flute works , in simple language as could be .... How does osmosis work?

How The Flute Works - The Yorkshire Corps of Drums

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Playing the flute, flute techniques. ... The flute is a tube of metal, wood or ebonite with six finger holes along side and one larger mouth hole or embouchure in ...

Flute - Luther High School

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Originally made of wood, the flute is now made from silver or gold and is about 2 feet in length. It looks like a narrow tube with a row of holes covered by keys ...

Panpipes - Sarah Tulga

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What actually happens when a flute produces a sound, and how does it work? ... Panpipes, like all other flutes, produce their sound by vibrating a column of air ...

Flute Physics

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Is the flute -an open column -a closed column or -one end open and other end closed? How can we find ... The flute does not have a big dynamic range. Why?

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How the Flute Works (Flute Acoustics Intro) - Mark's Home Page

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On the flute, the generator is the mouth hole edge against which the player's breath is directed. When the breath meets the edge, it does not, as might be ...

Flute - HyperPhysics

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The flute is made in the form of an open cylindrical air column about 66 cm long. Its fundamental pitch is middle C (C4) and it has a range of about three octaves ...

But wait, how does a flute make a sound? - Instructables

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Basically, when you breath into the flute, your air stream travels down the piping. The air stream hits against the side of the flute, moving it and creating a sound.