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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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Nose flutes

Panpipes

   

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Anasazi flute

Chiba (instrument)

Choor

Danso

Diwas

End-blown flute

Floghera

Floyara

Floyarka

Frilka

Frula

Gudi (instrument)

Hotchiku

Kaval

Kawala

Kōauau

Lamzdeliai

Mey (instrument)

Ney

Omubanda

Omukuli

Paldong

Palendag

Pinkillu

Quena

Quray

Saluang

Shakuhachi

Sodina

Sopilka

Sring

Suling

Svirel

Telenka

Tsuur

Tumpong

Tungso

Turkish ney

Washint

Xiao (flute)

Šupelka

    

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2 news items

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)
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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