The modern flute is a member of the woodwind family, and is typically made out of silver or wood.

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How to cope with a fickle flute?

(I'm not blaming the flute!) I've been learning flute for about 6 months and have been making slow progress - learning how to get a note out, learning tonguing, able to play the first two octaves ...
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Is there more than one right way to tongue?

I've been playing flute for a few months and the tonguing technique I was taught* is to sort of "tut" - the tongue rests on the roof of the mouth blocking air, then flicks forward when released. ...
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How should range on the flute grow as I learn?

I am a newcomer to the concert flute and after a few months, I can play from the bottom (middle) C4 up to about half way through the second octave - the highest note I can (reliably) play would be ...
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A specific type of bird whistle

I'm trying to find a bird whistle that fits a specific description: it is not one of these: I think they are made out of paper and the one i'm referring to should last longer in form of a disk (I ...