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end-blown

[ end-blohn ]
/ ˈɛndˌbloʊn /
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adjective
(of a flute) having a mouthpiece at the end of the tube so that the player blows into the instrument.Compare transverse (def. 2).
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end-blown

adjective
music (of a recorder) held downwards and blown through one end
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