Flutes

The traditional flute is a wind instrument that is played sideways, horizontally, and produces sound through the vibration of the air column inside. There are several types of traditional flutes in the world, for example:

1. Western flute**: It is the most common variant, used in classical and modern music in Europe and other parts of the world.

2. The traditional Irish wooden flute is a wind musical instrument used in traditional Irish music. It is distinguished by its wooden construction and open key design. Often made of ebony or cocuswood, this flute emits a soft, melodic tone. Unlike the standard flute, the Irish version usually has six finger holes and is known for its ability to express ornamentations and tonal nuances characteristic of Celtic music.

3. Bansuri (India)**: An Indian bamboo flute, primarily associated with Hindu classical music.

4. Dizi (China)**: A Chinese flute that has been used throughout Chinese history, both in traditional music and modern compositions.

Each type of flute has its own tonal and cultural characteristics, adapting to the specific musical traditions of its place of origin.

Bansuri flutes

Bansuri is among the most ancient musical instruments of India. The Bansuri (Bans for Bamboo+Sur for musical note)...

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Bansuri E (B)-41cm 16'-Anand Dhotre

Price €60.00
Bansuri flutes from India made by Anand Dhotre, a prestigious maker in India. The indicated tonality refers to the note that is achieved by covering the first 3 holes, which is how it is defined in India. In parentheses is the major key that is achieved from the lowest note, covering the six holes. That is, each flute is in the major key indicated in parentheses.

Bansuri D(A)-46cm 18'-Anand Dhotre

Price €60.00
Bansuri flutes from India made by Anand Dhotre, a prestigious maker in India. The indicated tonality refers to the note that is achieved by covering the first 3 holes, which is how it is defined in India. In parentheses is the major key that is achieved from the lowest note, covering the six holes. That is, each flute is in the major key indicated in parentheses.

Bansuri C(Gl)-51cm 20''-Anand Dhotre

Price €66.50
Bansuri flutes from India made by Anand Dhotre, a prestigious maker in India. The indicated tonality refers to the note that is achieved by covering the first 3 holes, which is how it is defined in India. In parentheses is the major key that is achieved from the lowest note, covering the six holes. That is, each flute is in the major key indicated in parentheses.

Bansuri A Sharp (F)-56cm 22''-Anand Dhotre

Price €89.50
Bansuri flutes from India made by Anand Dhotre, a prestigious maker in India. The indicated tonality refers to the note that is achieved by covering the first 3 holes, which is how it is defined in India. In parentheses is the major key that is achieved from the lowest note, covering the six holes. That is, each flute is in the major key indicated in parentheses.

Bansuri A (E)-58cm. 23''-Anand Dhotre

Price €102.00
Bansuri flutes from India made by Anand Dhotre, a prestigious maker in India. The indicated tonality refers to the note that is achieved by covering the first 3 holes, which is how it is defined in India. In parentheses is the major key that is achieved from the lowest note, covering the six holes. That is, each flute is in the major key indicated in parentheses.

Bansuri G(D)-66cm 26''-Anand Dhotre

Price €120.00
Bansuri flutes from India made by Anand Dhotre, a prestigious maker in India. The indicated tonality refers to the note that is achieved by covering the first 3 holes, which is how it is defined in India. In parentheses is the major key that is achieved from the lowest note, covering the six holes. That is, each flute is in the major key indicated in parentheses.