The concert flute is just one kind of flute. It is in C and has a C foot joint, tuned to A = 440 Hz. Other types of flutes include the B flute (can play one semitone (B) lower), or other flutes may be just tuned to another pitch.
a flute which is diatonically tuned has finger-holes
The difference is that a flute has a higher note and a saxophone has a lower note. Also, the saxophone is a vibrating reed instrument tuned by the length of the column, while the flute is a oscillating column of air instrument also tuned by the length of the column.
A flute is a blown instrument without a reed, while a piano is a percussion instrument with hammers and tuned strings.
There are many members of the flute family. Here are three:1. The concert flute-the flute you would normally play on in band, etc2.The piccolo- practicaly a mini flute with some changes.3.The alto flute- a flute that curves at the mouth piece and is tuned a 4th lower than the concert flutePiccolo, flute, alto flute, and bass flute
No but it is the same as the trumpet & piano(Afgncaap8 disagrees, saying that clarinet music isdifferent from flute, and that it is the same as trumpet, but the clarinet has different music than the piano! The piano is a C instrument, whereas the typical trumpet and clarinet tend to be tuned to B-flat. However, usually the flute and the piano are both tuned to C, so their music could be the same.)
You still can play the flute, just you have to adjust your fingers to play effectively and keep the fingers on the holes. But if you really want to play the flute, but can't, you can still play the piccolo or a treble flute, they're just flutes but smaller, higher, (and in the Treble flute's case) tuned in a different pitch!
The oldest flute used in the Middle Ages is unknown. However, we know that the Neanderthals used boned flutes, as long ago as 43,000 to 82,000 years ago! Their flute was tuned according to the modern diatonic scale (Do, Re, Mi, etc.), and is perfectly compatible with a modern symphony orchestra!
Percussion instruments are instruments that can be tuned or not but tuned instruments are tuned.
The Bb Clarinet is the most common type of clarinet. The Bb shows that the clarinet is tuned to that note, just like an Eb clarinet is tuned to an Eb. If a Bb clarinet and a flute both play an "A" the notes will sound different, because they are tuned to different notes. In order to make the notes sound the same, the Bb Clarinet must play a semitone up, which is a "Bb".
They are tuned in fifths. Typically, the A string is tuned to an external sound (the oboe in most orchestras) and then the other strings are tuned to the interval using the tuned A string as a reference
No, a glockenspiel is not tuned.
Yes, a timpani can be tuned.
No, cymbals are not tuned. They're a percussion instrument, and they cannot be tuned in any way.
Yes. Each tell is tuned to a specific note.
The same as the difference between a tuned and un-tuned wind instrument or string instrument.
Yes harps need to be tuned.
A Glockenspiel is most definitely a tuned percussion instrument. The keys that you strike are tuned to certain notes. Thus it is a tuned percussion instrument.
Flute, Piccolo, Bass Flute, Western concert flute, alto flute, Contra-alto flute, contrabass flute, double contrabass flute, hyperbass flute, and Irish flute.
A sansa is tuned, I had trouble finding the answer for my music assignment the other day but it is tuned.
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yes it can i had a piano and it wasAbel to be tuned
They are tuned in fifths, C - G - D - A.