This form of Orchestral Flute was developed in the 1990's by Schoenstein & Co. It features a variety of pipe forms throughout its compass to imitate as closely as possible the tones of the entire range of orchestral flutes, from contrabass flute to piccolo. The pipe forms include harmonic, double harmonic, and double mouth constructions. The name Boehm Flute takes its name from Theobald Böhm, who developed the fingering system for the modern orchestral flute. Examples Symphonic Flute; St. Paul's Church, Washington D.C., USA; Schoenstein. Boehm Flute; First Plymouth Congregation Church, Lincoln, Nebraska, USA; Schoenstein. Bibliography JAV Recordings Newsletter Vol. 1, Fall 1999. FOOTER Original site compiled by Edward L. Stauff. For educational use only. BoehmFlute.html - Last updated 8 May 2000. Home Full Index
Symphonic Flute; St. Paul's Church, Washington D.C., USA; Schoenstein.