Indian Transverse Bamboo Flute Musical Instruments (D Tune) Woodwind Professional Bansuri 17 Inches
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- Handmade bamboo flute (bansuri) for beginners as well as professionals; (D Tune)
- Handmade bamboo bansuri flute wind instrument fine tuned by flutist
- Transverse flute wind instrument or side blown flute (Bansuri); 6 + 1 holes; Length - 17 inches
- Comes with a velvet cover
- Made from high quality seasoned bamboo
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This transverse bamboo flute is made from a single hollow shaft of bamboo with six finger holes. This woodwind musical instrument bamboo flute tested by professional flutist. There are two varieties of flute: transverse, and fipple. Transverse flute enables superior control, variations and embellishments that's why the transverse variety is preferred in Indian classical music. The sound of a flute is generated from resonance of the air column inside it. The length of this column is varied by closing or leaving open, a varying number of holes. Half-holing is employed to play flat or minor notes. The size of a flute affects its pitch. Longer flute with a larger bore have a lower pitch and the slimmer and shorter ones sound higher. In order to play the diatonic scale on a flute, one needs to find where the notes lie. For example, in a flute where "Sa" or the tonic is always played by closing the first three holes, one can play sheet music by creating a finger notation that corresponds to different notes. RoyaltyRoute is source through which artisans can connect directly with people globally, we desire to be a source, where crafts sell as story not as a object.
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For a "professional" instrument it's not worth it.