The flute is an aerophone

Bhubaneswar, Suvbharat Times, August 24 – An important instrument of Indian classical music is flute. This blowing instrument made of woodwind is an aerophone. It is a wind instrument that generates sound from a stream of air. Everyone remembers Lord Krishna when the question of the invention of this musical instrument made of a bamboo tube comes to mind. ForDetailsFollow: www.suvbharattimes.in / twitter.com/@suvbharat_times / linkedin.com/in/suvbharat-times

The flute was a favorite of Lord Krishna. According to mythology, Bansuri has been associated with Indian musical instruments since time immemorial. In the Hindustani music of northern India, the flute with a total of eight holes, including one embrasure, is widely used. The eight hole flute has now become the standard instrument for Karnataka flute players with cross-fingering techniques. The sound of the flute depends on the quality of the bamboo used in its preparation. This type of bamboo is available in the Nagar Koel area of ​South India. ForDetailsFollow: www.suvbharattimes.in / twitter.com/@suvbharat_times / www.linkedin.com/in/suvbharat-times

The Indian flute and the making style of the flute is much simpler and easier than the Western flute. Basically the flute is an open tube. Most flutes ring at the edges of the mouth, and the lower lip of the flute player covers the four embolic holes. There are 44 famous flute players in India, including the famous flute player Ustad Hariprasad Chaurasia. The sound of the flute has taken Hindustan classical music very high. ForDetailsFollow: www.suvbharattimes.in / twitter.com/@suvbharat_times / www.linkedin.com/in/suvbharat-times

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