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Types of Flutes

Alto Flute
Alto Flute

The alto flute is a type of Western concert flute, a musical instrument in the woodwind family. It is the next extension downward of the C flute after the flûte d'amour.

Bass Flute
Bass Flute

Bass flute. The bass flute is the tenor member of the flute family. It is in the key of C, pitched one octave below the concert flute. Because of the length of its tube (approximately 146 cm (57 in)), it is usually made with a J-shaped head joint, which brings the embouchure hole within reach of the player.

Brass Family Trumpet Horn (French Horn)
Brass Family Trumpet Horn (French Horn)

Even though the flute is made of metal, like the saxophone it is considered a woodwind instrument. Brass instruments are the ones that are played by buzzing the lips, such as trumpet, trombone, flugelhorn, french horn, tuba, baritone.....

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Concert Flute
Concert Flute

Western concert flute. The Western concert flute is a transverse (side-blown) woodwind instrument made of metal or wood. It is the most common variant of the flute. A musician who plays the flute is called a flautist, flutist, flute player, or fluter.

Contrabass Flute
Contrabass Flute

The contrabass flute is one of the rarer members of the flute family. It is used mostly in flute ensembles. Its range is similar to that of the regular concert flute, except that it is pitched two octaves lower; the lowest performable note is two octaves below middle C (the lowest C on the cello).

Fife
Fife

Fife (instrument) A fife /ˈfaɪf/ is a small, high-pitched, transverse aerophone, that is similar to the piccolo, but louder and shriller due to its narrower bore. The fife originated in medieval Europe and is often used in military and marching bands.

Keyboards and Harp Celesta [Cheh-LESS-tah] Piano
Keyboards and Harp Celesta [Cheh-LESS-tah] Piano

Harps. Igor Stravinsky: Petrouchka (Philharmonia/Salonen Sony SK573274) Fig. 76-78: Piano and harp, combine with percussion, strings and clarinet.

Piccolo
Piccolo

The flute and piccolo repertoires are not interchangeable. The flute is a very versatile instrument, well suited for most types of music; piccolos, on the other hand, are best suited for marching band and orchestral works. Pieces for solo piccolo or for piccolo and piano are relatively rare.

String Family
String Family

The String Family. When you think of the orchestra, you most likely think of the violin, or at least some sort of string instrument. This is probably because they make up the majority of the instruments in the orchestra, so good thinking! All string instruments use string vibration to produce sound, so it makes sense that they are called the string family! There are four main string instruments. These are the violin, the viola, the cello and the bass.

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Subcontrabass Flute
Subcontrabass Flute

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Western Concert Flute
Western Concert Flute

Western concert flute. The Western concert flute is a transverse (side-blown) woodwind instrument made of metal or wood. It is the most common variant of the flute. A musician who plays the flute is called a flautist, flutist, flute player, or fluter.

Woodwind Family
Woodwind Family

Woodwind instruments are a family of musical instruments within the more general category of wind instruments. There are two main types of woodwind instruments: flutes and reed instruments (otherwise called reed pipes).

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