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The flute is an instrument of the woodwind family. Unlike most woodwinds, the flute is a reed-less wind instrument, and its sound is created by the flow of air across the embouchure hole. A flute player, or flautist, varies the pitch by opening or closing holes in the body of the instrument, and by changing the air pressure. The flautist must use a larger air stream to make the flute louder, and the air stream must be aimed at the correct angle and velocity for the flute to sound. For more in-depth information on the flute, click here.

Flute Anatomy


Below you will find different videos about the flute.

How to Clean a Flute


Sir James Galway Masterclass – Embouchure

2 Guys 1 Flute – J.S. Bach Badineri


OWW 2007 World Music Concert Nestor Torres

Jethro Tull: Ian Anderson ‘s Flute Solo (07/31/1976)

Beatboxing flute inspector gadget remix

Pictures at an Exhibition: “The Old Castle” by Carluke Primrose Orchestral Flutes

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