Whistle Flutes

Whistle flutes are duct flutes with the player blowing air into the opening of the instrument.  A stopper (duct) has been placed inside with a small opening to which the air passes.  Whistle flutes may have open ends or close ends and may or may not have finger holes.  The  Ayta pasiyok is an example of a whistle flute that has a close end and has no finger holes.


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