Re: What is the highest note on the flute? 21:23 on Wednesday, April 30, 2003
Well I have one thing to say..I don`t play flutel (flute..some ppl call it flutel..I do)...BUT!!! I do know that harmonics and pitched harmonics are the highest notes. On the violin..which I play the harmonics are past the bridge. The high notes are so subtle (faint) that you can barely hear them, especially when you put the fingers on the strings past the bridge. Well good luck on your search. Hope that helped.
Re: What is the highest note on the flute? 14:45 on Sunday, May 04, 2003
There is a note above high c, but it was banned by the Geneva convention under the statutes dealing with disabling weapons (same thing that covers blinding lasers and ultrasonic weapons designed to deafen soldiers). Well, at least thats what they tell me.
Re: What is the highest note on the flute? 05:04 on Saturday, May 10, 2003
according to this web site the highest note is a d, the one above the on ewith the fingering of a+g with the beck thingy that you take off when to play C, soz for the really bad explination i havn`t bin playing that long!!!
Re: What is the highest note on the flute? 15:42 on Sunday, May 11, 2003
According to this flute method book I have, the highest note is a "F." It`s above the high high "c," if you know what I mean. My teacher got it out once when I showed it to her, but I haven`t really tried it.