Flûte à Neuf Trous French

Williams describes this stop as �a stopped or open 4' or 2' imitation of the recorder; possibly a Rohrflöte, sometimes open cylindrical, not uncommon in the 16th cent.� The name means �flute with nine holes�.

See Recorder, Blockflöte, Flûte à Bec.

Examples

None known. Contributions welcome.

Bibliography

Grove[1]: Flauto. Williams[1]: Glossary: Flauto.
 
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