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
How does a flute work? This introduction gives first the simple explanations, then
the subtleties. It requires no mathematics, nor any special acoustics knowledge ...
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 ...
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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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 ...
Originally made of wood, the flute is now made from silver or gold and is about 2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 ...
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 ...
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?