Overblow

O`ver·blow' intransitive verb 1. To blow over, or be subdued. [ R.] Spenser. 2. (Mus.) To force so much wind into a pipe that it produces an overtone, or a note higher than the natural note; thus, the upper octaves of a flute are produced by overblowing .
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Overblow

• (v. t.) To blow away; to dissipate by wind, or as by wind. • (v. i.) To force so much wind into a pipe that it produces an overtone, or a note higher than the natural note; thus, the upper octaves of a flute are produced by overblowing. • (v. i.) To blow over, or be subdued.
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Overblow

Generally, to cause a reed to jump an octave by increasing the pressure on it. Some types of bagpipe, particularly the Uilleann pipe, require this technique to achieve the full range of the chanter.
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