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eBook Neanderthal flute: Oldest musical instrument matches notes of do, re, mi scale ePub

by Robert Fink

  • ISBN: 0912424125
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  • Author: Robert Fink
  • Publisher: Greenwich (1997)
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According to musicologist Bob Fink, the flute’s four finger holes match four notes of a diatonic (Do, Re, M. scale

According to musicologist Bob Fink, the flute’s four finger holes match four notes of a diatonic (Do, Re, M. scale. Unless we deny it is a flute at all, Fink argues, the notes of the flute are inescapably diatonic and will sound like a near-perfect fit within ANY kind of standard diatonic scale, modern or antique. The prehistoric instrument does indeed produce the whole and half tones of the diatonic scale, so completely, in fact, that Dimkaroski is able to play fragments of several compositions by Beethoven, Verdi, Ravel, Dvořák, and others, as well as some free improvisations mocking animal voices.

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In 1996, excavation of a Neanderthal cave site in northwestern Slovenia uncovered, what appears to be, the section of a transverse flute made from the femur bone of a young bear. Bob Fink, author of The Origin of Music, has written an intriguing and controversial analysis of this archeological find, arguing that the unique positioning of holes in the flute clearly establish that it was tuned by design to a diatonic scale.

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NEANDERTHAL FLUTE: Oldest Known Musical Instrument Plays Notes of Do, Re, Mi Scale In 1996, excavation of a Neanderthal cave site in northwestern Slovenia uncovered, what appears to be, the section of a transverse flute made from the femur bone of a young bear. The artifact is dated between 43,000 to 82,000 years old, making it the flute ever to be associated with Neanderthals and oldest musical instrument ever found.

Neanderthal Flute: Oldest Musical Instrument's 4 Notes Matches 4 of Do, Re, Mi Scale, updated 2004, 2004, retrieved December 30, 2009. Reissue of. See the Bob Fink web site. Four citations: Flutopedia Image Detail: Proposed alignment of the Divje Babe Cave Bear Artifact, Flutopedia Image Detail: Measurements of the Divje Babe Cave Bear Artifact, About Flutopedia. com, The Development of Flutes in Europe and Asia.

Think of pelog scales; or of the Yugoslavian fipple-flutes with holes spaced according to where the fingers fall rather than according to a. .Finally: yes, the hole positions really are consistent with 4 notes of the minor diatonic scale.

Think of pelog scales; or of the Yugoslavian fipple-flutes with holes spaced according to where the fingers fall rather than according to a preexistent scale, a sort of conceptual symmetry (finger finger). My point is simply that they may be just as consistent with some other segment of some other scale. But I am ready to be convinced! –David Halperin. I have not yet studied the Archaeologia Musicalis article, but one thing I did notice was your mention at the end of drones (bagpipes and.

The history of musical instruments dates back to the beginnings of human culture

The history of musical instruments dates back to the beginnings of human culture. The human voice was probably the first musical instrument, the earliest known invented musical instruments are however considerably different from those what man discovered of course. 3. Mammoth Ivory Ice-Age Flute.