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 recitalkeithfre
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 twomichaela.ambrosi
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 &cuilaodha
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