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2018-01-26 10:52:48
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There are many members of the Flute family. Here are three:

1. The concert flute-the flute you would normally play on in band, etc

2.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 flute
Piccolo, flute, alto flute, and bass flute


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