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 6-Hole Japanese Flute - Fue
Author: littlefreeze 
Date:   2008-07-03 12:51

I was a flute player in high school and during college, but because of a tendon condition in my pinky fingers, it is almost impossible for me to play a traditional western flute.

My Taiko - Japanese Drums - group has given me the option to play the Fue for some of our songs. I was hoping to get a little bit of a head start on learning by finding some fingering charts, but sadly, I cannot find anything for a 6-holed flute. . let alone Fue in general.

The flute is basically a bamboo flute with six finger holes, in two sets of three. Any help that can be given is greatly appreciated.

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