Yamaha YRF 21
The Fife was an enormously popular instrument in the USA during the period from the 1750s until shortly after the end of the Civil War and, because of their prominent use during this period, they have become recognised as a symbol of national heritage.
The Fife is very much a cross between a recorder and a flute, in that, like a flute, you blow across the mouth hole to produce the sound, but, like a recorder, you cover the open holes with your fingers to achieve the different pitches. Still used in some military bands, the Fife is a wonderful instrument, and serves as an excellent starting point to learning the beginnings of good flute technique.
This quality Yamaha Fife produces an excellent tone and is beige in colour. A fingering chart is also included