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Jon Cornia
Apr 4
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Re: 10 most popular traversos I have found the caliper! More precisely, at the top of left joint at the end of rihgt joint R.Haka: ca.18.3mm ca.16.0mm
satosius
Mar 31
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Re: 440 sounding length? Dear, The repaire craftsman pointed out that the instrument I had thought as Thibouville-Lamy was Thibouville-Buffet. Engraved "Buffet" under the "Thibouville"
satosius
Mar 30
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Re: 10 most popular traversos Sorry, miswritten, ... Correctly, I'm not only poor at English but also poor at thinking theoretically. ... Dear Jean-François,   I want to say that Bressan
satosius
Mar 27
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Re: 10 most popular traversos Dear Jean-François,   I want to say that Bressan 4 pieced would be included in transitional from Renaissance to Baroque era. But see the dimension of
satosius
Mar 27
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Re: 10 most popular traversos [1 Attachment] Dear Philippe Your remarks about Palanca make a lot of sense: it seems not possible that there is only one person which such a long healthy active career: I
Jan De Winne
Mar 27
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Re: 10 most popular traversos Dear Jan Yes Palanca is an enigma, since he is also recorded as a professional bassoon player at the age of 80. I don’t know many bassoonists still playing
Philippe Allain-Dupré
Mar 27
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Re: Time we all moved out of here to a forum that works Yes, Keith. I get soooo lost in this mess. It is so hard to figure out what is going on in this forum. It looks like they are trying to emulate Gopher or some
pmazanotto
Mar 26
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Re: Time we all moved out of here to a forum that works What about: https://www.facebook.com/groups/102685731474/ https://www.facebook.com/groups/102685731474/ Clean, Lean and NSA friendly....
pmazanotto
Mar 26
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Re: 10 most popular traversos Crijnen's site: http://www.baroqueflutes.net/index.htm http://www.baroqueflutes.net/index.htm
keithfre
Mar 26
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Re: 10 most popular traversos Does this maker have an email or a website? From: keith.freeman@... Sent: Wednesday, March 26, 2014 5:42 PM To: earlyflute@yahoogroups.com Subject: Re:
Philippe Allain-Dupré
Mar 26
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Re: 10 most popular traversos Forgot to mention that Crijnen makes a Thomas Lot.
keithfre
Mar 26
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Re: 10 most popular traversos Some of those are available, Philippe: Etchegoyen and Bernolin have a Delusse model, and Tardino makes a Bizey. But I guess what makers make is largely driven
keithfre
Mar 26
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Re: 10 most popular traversos Dear Philippe, there is a small evolution already visible with Bart’s students in Brussels… half of them play something than a Rottenburg, but as students
Jan De Winne
Mar 26
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Re: 10 most popular traversos Dear Jean-Franτois Thanks to speak about French flute makers : Why Lecler, Bizey, Thomas and Gilles Lot, Vincent, Delusse, Tortochot, Winnen, Prudent and so
Philippe Allain-Dupré
Mar 26
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Re: 10 most popular traversos I see that this subject creats a very interesting discussion! With this, we learned that some models with famous name on them were worked out, transformed with
Jean-Francois Beaudin
Mar 26
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Re: 10 most popular traversos Hi Rod it is nice to have your input on this topic : the difference between ôthe 10 most copied flutes, by modern fashionö and the ô10 best originals in
Philippe Allain-Dupré
Mar 26
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Re: 10 most popular traversos Ciao Jean-François, It it so nice to get your messages! I feel embarassed by your request, nevertheless... I do not have experience with most flutes in the
pmazanotto
Mar 25
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Drying and de-stressing Boxwood Hammy Hamilton wrote me direct, and I started to answer him, but then thought I should post his straightforward short email, and take the risk of speaking 'ex
Rod Cameron
Mar 25
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Re: 10 most popular traversos I must agree with Philippe in this matter, There are existing originls that play very well, the Brussels JH Rottenburgh at approximately A400, being one of
Rod Cameron
Mar 25
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Re: 10 most popular traversos Bonjour Jean-Franτois, I checked the Horniman museumÆs website recently and the flute seems to be there, but only temporarily as part of a current
Croenen, Godfried
Mar 25
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Re: 10 most popular traversos Bonjour Paolo If you strongly suggested to place this Bressan in the top 10 list, could you write this list from your appreciation and jugment? As many of you
Jean-Francois Beaudin
Mar 25
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Re: 10 most popular traversos I do agree with Keith. I do own a V&A Bressan replica by Van Huene at the original pitch of A=410 that is a great flute and plays so nice and easy in all
pmazanotto
Mar 24
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Re: Sawing Boxwood Squares?? Why make squares when the result will be round? The result of bandsawing is typically either hemispherical or somewhat triangular sectioned. It is
Mary Kirkpatrick
Mar 24
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Re: Sawing Boxwood Thanks to all for their advice on this matter. One final question. I'll obviously be cutting the largest squares I can from the logs, but what lengths sjhould
Colin Hamilton
Mar 24
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Re: Sawing boxwood in the pyrenees Hi Robert, Bate says, p207 " English box, which is perhaps a little softer and tougher than other growths, was formerly held in high esteem, and the older
Colin Hamilton
Mar 19
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Re: Sawing boxwood in the pyrenees Hi Philippe, About burying boxwood in a manure heap in order to season it: that's something that I was sure I'd read about many years ago. The idea is known to
robert hillier
Mar 18
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Re: Sawing boxwood in the pyrenees HI Robert What I have read in Charles Plumier, "L'art de Tourner" (1749) is that you get good results with Horse manure to give wood the colour you wish. But
allaindu
Mar 18
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Re: Grease for sliding cork? Thanks, Satosius, I get the picture!
keithfre
Mar 17
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Re: Grease for sliding cork? oops! I miswrote.. ... Correctly, I do not use any oil at the head cork.. so if the oil was oxidised and/or sclerosed the cork will be difficult to move ..
satosius
Mar 16
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