Category:End-blown flutes

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421.11: End-blown flutes (the player blows against the sharp rim at the upper open end of a tube) without fipple/duct (Category:End-blown flutes).

End-blown flute or rim-blown flute is a keyless woodwind instrument played by directing an airstream against the sharp edge of the upper end of a tube. Unlike a recorder or tin whistle, there isn't a ducted flue voicing, also known as a fipple. Most rim-blown flutes are "oblique" flutes, being played at an angle to the body's vertical axis. They generate sound by at this end blown voicing by siphon effect.

end-blown flutes 
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Subclass offlute
Part ofMIMO's classification of musical instrument,
Guizzi's classification of musical instruments
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This category has the following 13 subcategories, out of 13 total.

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Media in category "End-blown flutes"

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