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- (flute) a tall narrow wineglass
- A wind instrument made from a tube with holes along it that are stopped by the fingers or keys, held vertically or horizontally so that the player's breath strikes a narrow edge
- An organ stop with wooden or metal flue pipes producing a similar tone
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- A modern orchestral instrument of this type, typically of metal, held horizontally, with the mouthpiece near one end, which is closed
- (flute) a high-pitched woodwind instrument; a slender tube closed at one end with finger holes on one end and an opening near the closed end across which the breath is blown
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The Flute (Yale Musical Instrument Series)
The story of the flute in the musical life of Europe and North America from the 12th century to the 21st. It seeks to illustrate the relationship that has bound the instrument, its music, and performance technique together through eight centuries of shifting musical tastes and practices. In a comprehensive account of the flute's development, Powell takes account of modern research: on military flutes and fifes of the 15th century; the Renaissance consort flute; baroque and classical instruments; mechanically-advanced 19th-century designs by Theobald Boehm and others; and further innovations that led to the modern flute. All these transformations are related to revolutions in playing style and repertoire, in the lives of flute players and makers, and in uses of the instrument to play military, religious, consort, solo, chamber, opera, symphony, jazz, popular and flute band music. The role of amateur flutists receives consideration alongside the influence of famous players and teachers. This guide to the heritage of the flute should be of interest to both those who play the flute and those who love its music.
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I spotted a whole bunch of musical instruments at the American Folk Art Museum, but in the end, I liked this flute guy at Rockefeller Center best. Scavenger Hunt 101 #78: a musical instrument -- Pookie