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It appears to be a variety of transverse flute, with the following distinctive features: a narrower-than-usual bore, finger holes higher-than-usual along the bore, and two holes where you would blow in. The narrow bore suggests it might be a bamboo instrument, and the finger hole spacing suggests a non-western scale. Looking for non-western bamboo flutes, I ...


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NO, writing a tenor-recorder part for an oboist would be about as helpful as me giving you a sandwich to breath underwater. Each instrument responds very differently throughout their range, and while the core fingering principles may be similar (as with saxophone, flute, clarinet, and bassoon as well), each instrument has its own nuances. Fingering wise, ...



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