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An alto Flute has a lower pitch than a concert flute. It's made and shaped differently, but is still a member of the flute family.

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Smaller than an alto. If you hold a flute to a piccilo the size difference in that is lie the size difference in soprano and alto sax


The piccolo has the highest pitch, then the standard flute, and then alto.


The term C-Flute just refers to the fact that the flute is written in the key of C (as opposed to the alto or bass flutes which are NOT written in the key of C). When one refers to the flute, it is understood that they mean the c flute. The term C-Flute just refers to the fact that the flute is written in the key of C (as opposed to the alto or bass flutes which are NOT written in the key of C). When one refers to the flute, it is understood that they mean the c flute.


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The alto saxophone basically came from the flute and the clarinet. Although it has a reed mouthpeice of a clarinet, it has all of the same fingerings that a flute has.



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