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posted: 8/13/2005 at 3:27:33 PM ET
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on a flute, what are the notes from lowest to highest?

please help!!!

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posted: 8/15/2005 at 12:06:08 PM ET
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well what do you mean
the lowest note is a C and the highest is a high high C. there are 4 C's in the flute range.
but if you have a B foot (i think thats what it is) you can go higher and lower a half step.
i could help you more if i knew what flute you have and what you really want for your answer to your question.

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posted: 8/15/2005 at 5:48:38 PM ET
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The low range is a B with a B-foot (you were correct) and a C with a C-foot. The upper limitation is your ability and knowledge of the fingerings. In theory there is no limit on the upper range.

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