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Re: Early Clementi 4 key flute I'll be very happy to take it from you and pay for postage, if there are not already other takers. I promise it won't be firewood. Frans van Liere Grand

FRANS AND KATE VAN LIERE
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Early Clementi 4 key flute I have a Clementi flute with 4 keys, boxwood and a telescoping brass lined register. At this point, it is pretty unplayable but I am wondering if anybody here

john sayre
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Re: Tone Development on the Baroque Flute Looks interesting, I've ordered a copy.

keithfre
Jan 21
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Tone Development on the Baroque Flute Announcing the publication of Tone Development on the Baroque Flute This collection of original tone development exercises for the Baroque flute, written by

Eve Friedman
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Flute by Muraeus Dear Earlyfluters, I am working on a restoration of an early Schuchart keyed flute, and am wondering if any of you know the whereabouts of a flute by Muraeus,

    Boaz Berney
    Jan 15
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    Re: Another question Hi Daniel http://www.mcgee-flutes.com/Sicc_Ext.htm might be of interest, although it doesn't have dates, since that usually requires changes of address on the

    Terry McGee
    Jan 6
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    Re: Another question Greetings all. A client of mine has a Siccama flute he is trying to date. It has a serial number of 1055. Does anybody have a serial number list for them?

    Daniel Deitch
    Jan 6
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    Re: Another question A happy new year David and everybody! Thank you detail comments. I did not know the word "broken consort" was based on a historical misunderstanding. My

    satosius
    Jan 2
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    Re: Another question Yes, it means a consort of members of the same family, such as recorders or shawms. The term "broken consort" is based on a historical misunderstanding. It's

    Lasocki, David
    Dec 30, 2014
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    Re: Another question Hi David, Thank you for your information. Would it meant a whole consort rather than a broken consort? Best whishes, Satosius ... Philippe Allain-Dupre, a

    satosius
    Dec 30, 2014
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    Re: Another question Philippe Allain-Dupre, a native French speaker, wrote to me: Your translation is the right one! ôaccords parfaitsö means a family of instruments, a consort.

    Lasocki, David
    Dec 30, 2014
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    Re: Another question Sorry auto posting. For details, ... Very sorry my taking the liberty of commenting. ... Does not "accords parfaits" mean the "perfect harmony" id est "perfect

    satosius
    Dec 30, 2014
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    Flute Making Course Just wanted to bring the following announcement by NPU/CnaF to your attention. It would be appreciated if you could pass it on to others who might be

    Colin Hamilton
    Dec 30, 2014
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    Re: Another question Very sorry my taking the liberty of commenting. does not mean "accords parfaits" the "perfect * th (p4,p5 and/or p8)" in English? So, eg in case of cromorne or

    satosius
    Dec 28, 2014
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    Another question Dear Philippe, You are doubtless familiar with this famous quotation from Borjon: ôCeux qui sont rendus les plus recommendables dans ce Royaume par leur

    Lasocki, David
    Dec 27, 2014
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