NEY flute in C# (this is the note that sounds when you close all holes).

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This flute was made with natural cane (Arundo donax plant) collected by me
from cane fields in Catalonia, Spain, and dried for one year at least before
making the flute.

The Ney (Persian: نی; Arabic: ناي; also nai, nye, nay, gagri tuiduk, or karghy
tuiduk) is an end-blown flute that figures prominently in Persian, Turkmen and
West Asian music. It is a very ancient instrument, with depictions of Ney
players appearing in wall paintings in the Egyptian pyramids and actual Neys
being found in the excavations at Ur. This indicates that the Ney has been
played continuously for 4,500–5,000 years, making it one of the oldest musical
instruments still in use. It is a forerunner of the modern flute.

The Ney consists of a piece of hollow cane or reed with seven finger holes.
Ney is an old Persian word for reed from the Arundo donax plant. The pitch of
the Ney varies depending on the region and the finger arrangement.

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