- Hi all,
I have a question that is confusing me and I don't mean to act stupid or
question anybody's integrity or judgment, but if someone could please assist
me with the following.....
On the 09th Oct a message was posted by Eric regarding the tonal range of
the pan flute. My confusion is this, I know the standard 22 pipe pan flute's
range is from G1 - G4. That means that the descending order is as
G1, A1,B1,C2,D2,E2,F2,G2,A2,B2,C3,D3,E3,F3,G3,A3,B3,C4,D4,E4,F4,G4. As per
the tonal range posted it shows a C1,D1,E1 on the diagram. Is this correct ?
If so then why does a standard 22 tube pan flute not have those C1,D1,E1
>Hi all,HI Mark,
>I have a question that is confusing me and I don't mean to act stupid or
>question anybody's integrity or judgment, but if someone could please assist
>me with the following.....
The standard G panflute starts on the first G above middle C..
but of course many instruments are built which include more pipes or start on a lower tone.. The (missing) notes you are refering to are those that were below the beginning tone of that instrument... brad
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