Zuffolo is a French fipple flute. First described in the 14th century, it had a rear thumb-hole, two front finger-holes, and a conical bar, with a range of over two octaves.
In Sicily, zuffolo refers to a greater flute with a broader mouthpiece and six finger-holes.
It has also been called the flautino, flauto piccolo, and flautino piccolo, and is sometimes spelled zufolo.
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