Flûte Harmonique

noun Flûte Har·mo·nique \¦flütˌhärmə¦nēk\

Definition of Flûte Harmonique

plural

Flûtes Harmoniques

\-t(s)ˌh-\
  1. :  an open flute organ pipe with a hole in the side at a harmonic node(see node 5) so as to produce the octave harmonic instead of the fundamental —called also Flûte Octaviante, Harmonic Flute

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Origin and Etymology of flûte harmonique

French, literally, harmonic flute


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