The Falster pipe, also called a bone pipe / bone flute was found at an archaeological dig in Denmark. It is called a Falster pipe as it was found near a shipyard at Fribrødre river on Falster, Denmark. It is a woodwind instrument that dates from the latter half of the 11th century.
- Handmade in Northern Europe from sycamore wood and a cow horn end. The mouth piece has been made separately, also from Sycamore
- Length 30-33cm (12-13 inch), body diameter 3cm (2.35 inch)
- The mouthpiece has a wooden reed in it making it very easy to play.
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