A checklist of Western European fifes, piccolos, and transverse flutes
Metropolitan Museum of Art, Department of Musical Instruments, 1977 - Music - 16 pages
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blue glass cap Boehm system boxwood cap boxwood sections including brass ring brass-lined head section Brevete calibrated tuning barrel cocus sections including Conical bores corps de rechange Cylindrical bores early 19th century ebony sections embouchure engraved Fife flute in F FLUTES WITH MULTIPLE France Germany horn rings including 3 corps including calibrated tuning including tuning barrel Irish band flute Italy ivory cap ivory rings ivory sections keys 2 openstanding late 19th century Leather-covered maple cap mid-19th century Model Flute mounts with band MULTIPLE KEYS CONTINUED Negative number MUS293 nickel-silver cap nickel-silver keys nickel-silver mounts nickel-silver rings pewter plug keys Piccolo In F Renaissance-style reproduction repro round silver key Royal arms England sections and cap sections and ivory sections including barrel sections including calibrated sections including tuning silver rings silver-plated brass key silver-plated keys silver-plated mounts square brass key stained boxwood sections stained maple sections Tavistock Street/Covent tuning cap marked tuning slide