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NOTE Pitches are only approximate - actual pitches depend on your embouchure and blowing speed, the type of flute, key adjustments and temperature.

Playable Notes    Explain: Notes and keys | Icons
Note Playability
1. B4 minus 10 cents
2. E5 plus 20 cents
3. C6 plus 35 cents
4. E6 plus 0 cents
5. G#6 plus 10 cents
6. D7 minus 10 cents
Multiphonic Possibilities    Explain: Notes and keys | Icons

E6&G#6
G#6&D7
B4&E5
C6&E6
E5&C6
E6&D7
C6&G#6
B4&C6
B4&E6
E5&G#6
C6&D7
B4&G#6
E5&D7
B4&D7
E6&G#6&D7
C6&E6&G#6
B4&E5&C6
C6&E6&D7
B4&C6&E6
C6&G#6&D7
E5&C6&G#6
B4&E6&G#6
B4&E5&G#6
E5&G#6&D7
B4&C6&G#6
E5&C6&D7
B4&E6&D7
B4&G#6&D7
B4&E5&D7
B4&C6&D7



User Comments
Ramaekers Dominique
Flute - Pearl PF-761
Playing level - Intermediate
1-Nov-2005
Note(s) - B4

When I try this I get an E5. I can force an approximate B4 but I get so much wind noise that it isn't a useful tone.

Theory vs. practice?

Joe Wolfe
Flute - Yamaha
Playing level - Composer
1-Nov-2005
Note(s) - B4&E5

I agree with both the previous comment and with The Virtual Flute. The B4 is dark, as promised. But it's a useful multiphonic with E5.


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