flutes

different flutes played like a recorder

flutes

different recorder, classic or traditional, irish flute, ocarina, native inidan flute. tabor pipe, overtone flute

The term "flute" is often used for a wind instrument in general.

We summarize all recorder-like flutes here, i.e. flutes that are blown like a recorder.

The mouthpiece of this flute is built as a core gap flute, which means you have a wind tunnel that is formed by the peg in the top of the flute. The wind tunnel directs the air blown in to a labium, a sharp edge on a window, so that the air breaks there and a sound is created. Recorders are quite easy to blow and are therefore often used as an introduction to the world of wind instruments.

Of course, the classic recorders are known, such as the soprano recorder, which is usually used as the first school recorder. But many traditional flutes are also built as recorders, whether from simple reeds or from sheet metal like the Irish Tin Whistle. The ocarina as a vessel flute is just as much a part of the recorder as the bone flute, the native Indian flute or the one-handed flute like the tabor pipe. Even the overtone flute, which has no finger holes, is blown like a recorder.

What goes beyond that are the travers flute or notch flutes. These flutes have simpler mouthpieces and are blown differently accordingly.

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recorder from Meinel

simple recorder C sopran for practice,

from massive Maple, made in Germany, german fingering

Cause a more narrow inner bore, the sound is a little bit muffle.

For children in preschool age, when the hands are too small for the sopran recorder, fits the Kindergartenflute, as the first flute.

 

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native indian flute high tonality

With 5 holes for the fingers and one for the thumb. it plays 2 octaves. This indian flute is very intuitiv to learn. It comes with a tutorial. Pentatonic tuning, with one more note.

Made fro plastic, with decoration bird

sound example high Indianerflöte     

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