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Its range is from G 3 (the G below middle C) to G 6 (4 ledger lines above the treble clef staff) plus an altissimo register stretching to D ♭7. The headjoint may be straight or curved. British music that uses this instrument often refers to it as a bass flute, which can be confusing since there is a distinct instrument known by that name.What is the range of a Boehm flute?
It was the favourite flute variety of Theobald Boehm, who perfected its design, and is pitched in the key of G (sounding a perfect fourth lower than written). Its range is from G 3 (the G below middle C) to G 6 (4 ledger lines above the treble clef staff) plus an altissimo register stretching to D ♭7.What pitches does the flute play?
The pitches the flute is able to play lie mainly within and above the compass of the treble clef. A flute's lowest note is middle C, which is written one leger line below the treble clef's lowest line. The flute has a range of three octaves, making its highest note a C written above the fifth leger line at the top of the treble clef.How can I extend my range on flute?
Flute players can extend their range using advanced techniques. All flutes can change their lowest note by a half step by changing how they blow into the embouchure hole and have a longer foot joint. It takes a special way of blowing across the embouchure hole and fingering to access the higher partials for high notes.