The Tambin Flute
The Tambin come in several different keys from E, up to Bb. However, the most common found ones are; F, F#, G, Ab and A. They make a complete diatonic scale, starting from the lowest note of the second register ( the 3rd of the scale) and finally going up to the sixth register of the scale. These flutes are usually constructed from a conical vine found in the forests of Guinea, the largest end is on the side of the embouchure, and tapers down to where the finger holes are. The bore of this flute can vary from 5/8″ to one inch.
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