Who made flute?
Which country invented Flute?
The flute is the oldest woodwind instrument, dating to 900 B.C. or earlier. The first likely flute was called the “ch-ie” and emerged in China. Early flutes were played in two different positions: vertically, like a recorder, or horizontally, in what was called the transverse position.
Who invented violin?
Nowadays it is believed that the first person who made a violin was Andrea Amati (1505 – 1577), who lived in Cremona, a town in Italy. What’s really astonishing is that Amati created the world’s oldest violin that is still in existence and can be seen at The Metropolitan Museum of Art.