-,Glass,in,Lurgan,Flute,/crepitus171517.html,11793,G,meditechsolution.com,Celt,$55,Crystal,Flute,-,Hall,Inline,Musical Instruments , Band Orchestra , Wind Woodwinds Hall Crystal Flute 11793 - New product! New type Inline G in Celt Lurgan Glass Hall Crystal Flute 11793 - New product! New type Inline G in Celt Lurgan Glass $55 Hall Crystal Flute 11793 - Inline Glass Flute in G - Lurgan Celt Musical Instruments Band Orchestra Wind Woodwinds -,Glass,in,Lurgan,Flute,/crepitus171517.html,11793,G,meditechsolution.com,Celt,$55,Crystal,Flute,-,Hall,Inline,Musical Instruments , Band Orchestra , Wind Woodwinds $55 Hall Crystal Flute 11793 - Inline Glass Flute in G - Lurgan Celt Musical Instruments Band Orchestra Wind Woodwinds
This Hall Crystal Flute is handcrafted in Washington State, USA by flute maker James Hall. Starting with precision Pyrex glass tubing, it is sealed and carefully shaped to create a Boehm taper producing beautiful and accurate tones throughout its tonal range. After shaping and tuning the tone holes, the flute is decorated and kiln fired to fuse the decorations and insure durability. Each flute is a handcrafted work of glass art. This flute will arrive nestled in a classy foam lined dark-green storage box with gold stamped logo, along with a complete fingering chart. Free sheet music is avalible on the Hall Crystal Flute website.
The Hall crystal flute is a folk or historical instrument and plays differently than a modern concert flute. The mouth hole has a raised edge and no lip plate. If you play the silver flute, this will take some time to get used to. The biggest difference is that you will need to place the flute higher on the lip and use a slightly tighter embouchure. Of course you can play any style of music you wish. Being a 6-holed flute it is well-suited for playing Celtic music and traditional tunes. It is also similar in design to the renaissance or baroque flute so is excellent for this as well.
11793 Inline G Flute - Lurgan Celtic
The G Flute is our middle-sized flute produces a tone that is a cross between the piccolo and the D flute. The tone holes are spaced such that an average teen or womenâs sized hand can cover them. This is a good choice for the novice flutist.
Lowest Note: G4 - (G above middle C)
Range: 2 1/2 Octaves
Chromatics: Yes - (Using half-holes)
Primary Key: G - (no half holes necessary)
Secondary Key: C - (no half holes necessary)
Offset Tone Holes: No