Nason Flute

Na·​son Flute | \ ˈnāzᵊn-\

Definition of Nason Flute

: an organ flute stop with stopped pipes of usually 4′ pitch in which the third harmonic is often prominent

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History and Etymology for Nason Flute

nason perhaps irregular from Latin nasus nose

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one from the Upper Peninsula of Michigan

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