Hall's lower pitched piccolo. Makes clean crisp sounds softer and mellower than the silver piccolo. The C piccolo plays one note lower than the D piccolo. Both piccolos are great for small hands, for the fingering holes are placed closer together than on our other flutes making it easier to cover the tone holes. The piccolo, being a higher pitched instrument, requires a tighter embouchure than the larger flutes. 2 octave range; Length: 12.5 inches; 317mm x 16mm; Design: Dragonflies.