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Transverse flute in F

This instrument was probably used by the Randwick Wesleyan Chapel Band. It is a side-blown flute made of dark wood, in four sections (head, barrel, body and foot), with nickel-silver ferrules and keywork. It has four saltspoon-cup keys mounted in blocks and ring, with flat steel springs attached to keys. The head is lined with brass and has an oval embouchure hole. The head cap is made of wood and has a nickel-silver screw tip. The tenon joints are wrapped in thread. Nominal pitch: E-flat.

  • Measurements:Length: 508mm