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Flutes, Recorders, and Pipe Organs

A chapter on the fundamental aero-acoustics of wind instruments appears in [197], and a comprehensive treatment of the acoustics of air jets in recorder-like instruments is given in [532].

A comprehensive review article on lumped models for flue instruments appears [131] in a special issue (July/August 2000) of the Acustica journal on ``musical wind instrument acoustics.'' An overview of research on woodwinds and organs appears in [130]. Follow-up publications by this research group include papers concerning the influence of mouth geometry on sound production in flue instruments [108,422].


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