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Re: rq(3):

I think you might have a virus.. this link goes to a sales site.
JC Hamilton
Aug 19
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13426

rq(3):

http://www.adutem.com/643828.php ''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''' It is not the man who has too little, but the man who craves more, that is poor. Merrick
confusedbutamazed
Aug 19
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13425

Re: A question

This mail is a bit off topic but I feel the obligation to post it. In my previous mail I shared with the group a piece of information kindly provided to me by
Jose C. Perez Perez
Aug 17
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13424

Re: A question

Hi, Thanks for your reply. Still not much info about the maker of the copy or the name or the original instrument. Some more research resulted in the finding
Jose C. Perez Perez
Aug 16
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13423

Re: A question

There used to be a guy in England, near Oxford I think, who sold flutes that he had made quite cheaply on ebay. I wonder if it could be one of his. I can't
keithfre
Aug 15
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13422

A question

I bought recently the second hand traverso that you can see in the picture. It is a 400Hz instrument with a week but beautiful sound. I am trying to find out
Jose C. Perez Perez
Aug 13
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13421

Re: Jean-Christophe Maillard, R. I. P.

Dear Rod Yes, Jean-Christophe didnÆt resist to a septic attack after a surgery, last sunday. He was a great musette de cour and flute player, and his Phd
Philippe Allain-Dupré
Jul 14
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13419

Jean-Christophe Maillard, R. I. P.

Sad news, this morning, of the sudden passing of Jean-Christophe Maillard, musette virtuoso, traverso player, amazing musician, and friend. We first became
Rod Cameron
Jul 13
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13420

Jean-Christophe Maillard, R. I. P.

Sad news, this morning, of the sudden passing of Jean-Christophe Maillard, musette virtuoso, traverso player, amazing musician, and friend. We first became
Rod Cameron
Jul 13
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13418

Re: devienne's quartets op.16

Thank you Philippe, you're right ;) De: "Philippe Allain-Dupré allain-dupre@... [earlyflute]" Para:
manuel morales
Jul 5
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13417

Re: Heitz 3 piece flute?

I have confirmed the existence of this flute by two sources. The museum acknowledged they did have it at one time, but was returned to its private collection
Kelly Roudabush
Jul 4
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13416

Re: Heitz 3 piece flute?

Listed in Young separate from the recorders - under FLUTES, and as 3 pieces with one key.  --Kelly On Thursday, July 2, 2015 2:15 PM, "Michael Lynn
Kelly Roudabush
Jul 2
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13415

Re: Heitz 3 piece flute?

are you sure that isn’t a recorder??? That is a common description of a Heitz recorder. Michael ... ___________ Michael Lynn 37 W. College Street Oberlin, OH
Michael Lynn
Jul 2
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13414

Heitz 3 piece flute?

I have come across a listing in Young of a 3 piece flute attributed to Heitz (fl 1702-1737), Berlin, in boxwood, tortoise, and ivory, and cannot find any info
peachangelmusic
Jul 2
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13413

Re: Holding a traverso while playing c#

During the 19th century, they used a three-point hold which left the left thumb and R4 perfectly free to operate their keys. I use the 19th century hold on my
Terry McGee
Jun 25
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