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Build-it-yourself Flute Web Sites
By John Kleinbauer

Hi All,  While searching the web,  I found the following sites that
show how to make simple flutes using PVC pipe and other materials found
at the local hardware store.

The first location explains how to tune a flute.  What I found useful
was the large picture of a piano keyboard along with the frequency of
each key.  The keyboard also has designations  C1 D1 etc. on it!

  Dan Bruner: Musician/Experimental Builder Page

  Mark Shepard's Flute Page:

  Rick Miller Simple Flute:

John Conrad Kleinbauer

(Message sent Sat 3 Apr 1999, 12:25:26 GMT, from time zone GMT-0500.)

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