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How to Tune a Flute

by eHow Arts & Entertainment Editor
Even the most experienced flautist will sound bad if her flute is out of tune. Unlike many other instruments, you need to consider many variables to play a flute in tune. You must play close attention to the physical tuning of the instrument as well as your natural playing position and embouchure (o...
Laura Richards
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wooden flute tuning instructions

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