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Peter Schreiber
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PostPosted: 2015-01-17, 16:15    Post subject: Can someone identify this flute? Reply with quote

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Found this little friend at a yard sale; sounds nice, was cheap so I take it with me. The first hole was closed with a adhesive plaster (I guess because it's difficult for the fingers to close this hole).
So anyone got a Idea what I was buying there? Very Happy





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PostPosted: 2015-01-17, 18:50    Post subject: Can someone identify this flute? Reply with quote

Sorry Peter, I can't. Confused
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PostPosted: 2015-01-17, 20:20    Post subject: Can someone identify this flute? Reply with quote

Looks like a misused shinobue. The plastered hole was the blowing hole. Move the plaster to the labium (english??) close the flute end at the end where the blowing hole is and try to blow sideways.

Shinobue misused for a recorder.
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PostPosted: 2015-01-18, 14:14    Post subject: Can someone identify this flute? Reply with quote

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dizi_(instrument)
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PostPosted: 2015-01-18, 16:06    Post subject: Can someone identify this flute? Reply with quote

knowshit wrote:
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dizi_(instrument)


No. It can't be a Dizi. A Dizi has a blowing edge.
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PostPosted: 2015-01-18, 16:17    Post subject: Can someone identify this flute? Reply with quote

LowBlow wrote:
Looks like a misused shinobue. The plastered hole was the blowing hole. Move the plaster to the labium (english??) close the flute end at the end where the blowing hole is and try to blow sideways.

Shinobue misused for a recorder.


I want to correct me. A shinobue has 7 tone holes. A Bansuri has 6. After counting i vote for a misused Bansuri.
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PostPosted: 2015-01-18, 20:12    Post subject: Can someone identify this flute? Reply with quote

Thank you all! Smile
After some research I'm with lowblow; it can be blown when I close the flute at the end and the sound is not bad. Well, it looks nice so it will find it's place between my other flutes (some songs that I play on my NAF fit for this small one).
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