A class of Silverstari woodwind instrument similar to the flute. Typically high-pitched and made of bamboo.

Historical Fue (OOC)

Fue are traditionally broken up into two basic categories – the transverse flute and the end-blown flute. Transverse flutes are held to the side, with the musician blowing across a hole near one end; end-blown flutes are held vertically and the musician blows into one end.

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