What is B foot flute?
Similarly, it is asked, what is a gizmo on a flute?
The gizmo key is a key commonly found on the B foot joint of certain models of flute. It closes the low B tone hole without closing the low C tone hole or the low C♯ tone hole, which is intended to facilitate the performance of the fourth octave C.
Also, how long is AC flute? about 66 cm
Beside this, is a Alta flute a flute?
Alto flute. The alto flute is a countertenor instrument in the Western concert flute family, the second-highest member below the standard C flute after the uncommon flûte d'amour in B♭, A, or A♭. It is a transposing instrument in G (a perfect fourth below written C), and uses the same fingerings as the C flute.
How high can a flute play?
The "official" highest note of a standard flute is the C 3 octaves above middle C (called "4th octave C" if counting from where the flute starts, "7th octave C" on the piano), but I sometimes get asked how to finger notes above it (e.g. when CUCOS played arrangements that seemed determined to push the flutes too high).