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Re: French 5-Key flute (D-foot) and dissertation is DONE

Hi Jessica, I feel I should put in a word for Stephen Preston, the English pioneer of the baroque flute. If it's 'virtuosic' you're after, there's his recital
keithfre
Apr 12
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Re: French 5-Key flute (D-foot) and dissertation is DONE

Dear Jessica, congratulation on your thesis and the work you have done! I think once you mention Bart then you should also name Wilbert Hazelzet!!! These two
Michaela Ambrosi
Apr 11
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13389

Unusual Rudall

Thanks Michael, It seems that what’s been confusing me is that I didn’t at all realise that sometimes the flutes were stamped with the Rudall, Rose Carte &
Colin Hamilton
Apr 11
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Unusual Rudall?

Thanks Michael, It seems that what’s been confusing me is that I didn’t at all realise that sometimes the flutes were stamped with the Rudall, Rose Carte &
Colin Hamilton
Apr 10
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Fwd: Rudall & Rose 'unusual' flute

... Begin forwarded message: From: Simon Waters < s.waters@... > To: " hammy@... " < hammy@... > Cc: Robert Bigio
Colin Hamilton
Apr 10
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French 5-Key flute (D-foot) and dissertation is DONE

Hello, Everyone, I have not visited this forum for quite some time, because I've been in hiding, writing my dissertation on charanga flute playing in New York
jessicalynnevaliente
Apr 9
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13385

Re: Martin Frers a Paris flute

photos? - they are often hard to date because the same style flute was made over a long period of time. I’m sure we can give some opinions if you post some
Michael Lynn
Apr 8
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Martin Frers a Paris flute

I have a 4 key Martin d flute & am curious as to when it was likely made. It is boxwood with metal tuning slide with brass keys and pretty modern looking pads
jpsayre@sbcglobal.net
Apr 8
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flutes available

I am helping a colleague down-size, and I have two of his baroque flutes that I am offering for sale: Grenser copy, by Friedrich von Heune Beukers copy, by
danielspyle@bellsouth.net
Apr 7
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Re: A Most Unusual Flute

Yes Hammy, here is a fair picture. Also here is a HY Potter F flute that is also rather similar in style. ___________ Michael Lynn 533 S. Main Street
Michael Lynn
Apr 6
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Re: A Most Unusual Flute [1 Attachment]

Hi Michael, Does that stamp say Key Rudall & Co? Hard to make out from the pic. Otherwise it looks very similar in style… All the Best Hammy Hamilton
Colin Hamilton
Apr 6
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Re: A Most Unusual Flute

here is a similar style Key Rudall - except b-flat band flute rather than F Michael ... ___________ Michael Lynn 37 W. College Street Oberlin, OH 44074
Michael Lynn
Apr 6
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Re: A Most Unusual Flute

Hi Robert, I have seen and restored instruments by Key, Rudall & Co and this is distinctly different in style and substance. I’m certain that it’s not one
Colin Hamilton
Apr 6
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Re: A Most Unusual Flute

The flute is in F…meant to mention that but obviously forgot. All the Best Hammy Hamilton Hamilton Flutes Cúil Aodha, Macroom, Co. Cork, Ireland. Ph.
Colin Hamilton
Apr 6
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Re: A Most Unusual Flute

On 05/04/2015 10:29 PM, Colin Hamilton hammy@... ... Hammy, this is not so unusual. Rudall, Rose & Carte made hundreds, or possibly thousands,
Robert Bigio
Apr 6
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