Coda EDC Flutes Forum

Author Topic: One Handed Flute  (Read 320 times)


One Handed Flute
« on: April 10, 2019, 12:26:19 pm »
Since the fingering on a coda is fairly linear, with some reworking, I think it might be possible to set the holes closer together so that the holes on the left hand side and the right hand side could be covered with one finger. This would allow the 2 octave chromatic range of the coda with just one hand. Then, you could play while reading a book, while driving, while surfing the net, etc.

You would slide your finger to the full position for covering both the left and the right, and slide it half way for only playing the left holes.