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The main article for this category is End-blown flute.

In the Hornbostel-Sachs classification system, end-blown flutes are designated as 421.11.

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Part 1 - Learn to Play the Spirit Flute: The Basics (End Blown)

Visit our video page: http://spiritflute.com/how-to-videos/ Learn to play the Spirit Flute! This 5 part series will take you from never playing music to creating your ...

How to play rim blown flutes

How to get sound from rim blown flutes.

End blown bamboo root flute in E

Made from a bit of bamboo from behind a library! Its raw, rough, rugged, soft and velvety at the bottom and high and airy at the top!

Part 2 - Learn to Play the Spirit Flute: Simple Melodies (End Blown)

Visit our video page: http://spiritflute.com/how-to-videos/ Learn to play the Spirit Flute! This 5 part series will take you from never playing music to creating your ...

The Spirit Flute - Pentatonic Major Scale - End Blown - Key of "C"

View this flute: http://spiritflute.com/end-blown-pentatonic-major/ The pentatonic Spirit Flute in the key of "C" major is one of the easiest flutes to learn and play.

❀ Sound Therapy ~ Native American Flute ~

Native American flute, wind chimes and distant drums... The Native American flute is an end-blown flute fashioned either from cane (such as river cane), ...

The Spirit Flute - Middle Eastern Scale - End Blown - Key of "G"

See this flute: http://spiritflute.com/end-blown-middle-eastern-scale/ The Middle Eastern Spirit Flute in the key of "G" has an exotic voice. It is a larger flute, deeper ...

Improving on the Quena (End Blown Flute)

I have been a wind player for over 25 years and like to play instruments with unique Embouchures. This is a Quena and its what is known as an end blown flute.

Part 5 - Learn to Play the Spirit Flute: Simple Songs (End Blown)

Visit our video page: http://spiritflute.com/how-to-videos/ Learn to play the Spirit Flute! This 5 part series will take you from never playing music to creating your ...

Flute Or Xiao

The xiao (simplified Chinese: 箫; traditional Chinese: 簫; pinyin: xiāo; Wade–Giles: hsiao, pronounced [ɕi̯ɑ́ʊ̯]) is a Chinese vertical end-blown flute.

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3 news items

VietNamNet Bridge

VietNamNet Bridge
Mon, 07 Mar 2016 22:00:00 -0800

In terms of the embouchure's position, Vietnamese bamboo flutes can be categorized into 2 main types, including side-blown and end-blown flutes. Flutist Mao Meo distinguished the 2 types of flute. “The end-blown flute is played vertically, by blowing ...

The Guardian (blog)

The Guardian (blog)
Thu, 25 Sep 2014 14:00:24 -0700

And there's also a whole fleet of end-blown flutes, such as the Persian ney, Chinese xiao, Balkan kaval, Korean danso, Japanese shakuhachi and Egyptian quena. In another family there are the fippled flutes, all of which have a specially shaped ...

Artslink.co.za News (press release)

Artslink.co.za News (press release)
Tue, 21 Jun 2011 07:32:10 -0700

Flute: In South Africa, traditional flutes are made from natural materials like small animal horns, wood, hollow bones and river reeds. Some end-blown flutes are open at both ends and the player produces a variety of notes by closing and opening the ...
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