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Transverse flute in B-flat

This instrument was probably used by the Randwick Wesleyan Chapel Band. It is a side-blown flute made of reddish wood, in three sections (head, barrel, and body joint), with nickel-silver ferrules, cap, and keywork. It has four modern-style-cup keys mounted in posts with rods, with flat springs attached to keys. The head is lined with brass, and the tenon-socket joint with barrel is of nickel-silver. The stopper screw is of threaded wood with nickel-silver tip. The embouchure hole is oval. Nominal pitch: A.

  • Measurements:Length: 393mm