Oterfløyte

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Oterfløyte
Classification

Wind, Aerophone
Related instruments

Ocarina, Xun, Tin Whistle, Recorder, Western concert flute, Flute, Ney, Kaval, Shakuhachi, Nose flute

Oterfløyte (English: "otter pipe or flute", or oterlokkefløyte English: "otter lur[e] flute") is a Norwegian flute used to mimic otter sound to serve as a lure. It is made of the wing bones of large birds, with a sound hole in the center column formed of resin or wax.[1]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Lokkepipe. digitaltmuseum.no.