Tin whistle with six finger holes, similar to that of a recorder.
Accession Number: 2012.ph.597
Alternative Name: Tin Whistle
Primary Materials: Metal
“G” is impressed above the top finger hole.
Dimensions (cm): Length=21.5, Diameter=1
Function: Used in acoustical experiments
Good, with some slight spots of corrosion that are generally dispersed.
Date of Manufacture:
University of Toronto Physics Department
Former catalogue number for this object is “PHY 33”. The former card catalogue entry for this number indicates: “Whistle; Silver colour tube with 6 finger holes and mouthpiece (21.5 cm). Marked “G” above holes. Used in acoustical experiments.” Recorded by “JAS 16/1/78”