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Dvojnice, double duct flute carved from a single piece of wood. There is a single mouthpiece with two ducts or windways and below this two identical mouths or windows. The right hand pipe (from the player’s perspective) has four finger holes and the left three. These are positioned in scalloped recesses. Approximately half way down the instrument, the pipes diverge and are angled slightly outwards. A narrow stay reconnects the pipes close to the lower end. Where the pipes divide, their inside edges are chamfered, making the cross section of each pipe nominally octagonal. Almost the entire instrument is decorated with carved patterns. There are also designs in silver paint on the top surface of the mouthpiece, below the windows and round the lower rims. Inscribed: SARAJEVO/Yugoslavia

  • Measurements: overall: 288 x 60 x 30 mm