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Armstrong Model 104 Flute


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W.T. Armstrong Flute Model 104 with Hard Case
Made in Elkhart Ind USA
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Armstrong Model 104 Flute
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No returns or exchanges on pre-owned instruments.
This is a pre-owned instrument.


Model 104
SN 33-14949 (mfg. 1983)
Closed hole, c-foot, offset G, nickel.
Needs some work and new pads.
Comes with Armstrong Hard case.


FUN Google Facts:
Firstly, the flute is a member of a family of musical instruments in the woodwind group. Like all woodwinds, flutes are aerophones, producing sound with a vibrating column of air. However, unlike woodwind instruments with reeds, a flute produces sound when the player’s air flows across an opening. After that, in the Hornbostel–Sachs classification system, flutes are edge-blown aerophones. Therefore, a musician who plays the flute is called a flautist or flutist.
Additionally, Paleolithic flutes with hand-bored holes are the earliest known identifiable musical instruments. Similarly, a number of flutes dating to about 53,000 to 45,000 years ago have been found in the Swabian Jura region of present-day Germany, indicating a developed musical tradition from the earliest period of modern human presence in Europe.
For instance, while the oldest flutes currently known were found in Europe, Asia also has a long history with the instrument. A playable bone flute discovered in China is dated to approximately 9000 years ago.
In addition, the Americas also had an ancient flute culture, with instruments found in Caral, Peru, dating back 5000 years and in Labrador dating back approximately 7500 years.


Above all, the Flute has been around for a very long time!
Armstrong Model 104 Flute


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Weight 3 lbs
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