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Sorry about my poor English..

Hello, Because my English always poor — I sometimes can not understand some posting which I posted, I’ve deleted every my posting. Very sorry my cryptic
satosius
May 16
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Re: earlyflut

Thanks Steve! Yes I opened this. Huge mistake. Alex ************************ 801 S 3rd Street Hamilton MT 59840 ************************ (314) 852-5099 On May
Alex Shaffer
May 3
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Re: earlyflut

Just in case anyone is tempted, I would not open Alex's link as it appears his email was hacked. The link seems to be to a French site, rallyandmotorsport,
Steven Goldman
May 3
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Re: earlyflut

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alexfshaffer@...
May 3
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13393

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

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Colin Hamilton
Apr 10
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13386

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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13384

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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13383

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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