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The HOTTETERRE flutes




HOTTETERRE from Graz museum :

The original Hottetrerre flute kept in Graz museum, dated around 1700, is one of the rare genuine flutes assigned to a family member Hotteterre. It was probably made by Martin Hotteterre (ca.1635, 1712), or by his son Jacques Martin, named "Le Romain" (1677,1762?) excellent maker, composer and musician.
I offer a copy of this flute, in stained boxwood, with imitation ivory mouldings and silver key, pitch a=392 Hz.
I also offer a complete instrument with the pitch a=415 Hz, based on that of 392 Hz. It works perfectly with this pitch of 415 Hz, keeping all its characteristics. This 415 Hz model allows to go a little further into the century for the repertoire, being faster.

HOTTETERRE from Berlin museum :

The original flute kept in Berlin museum is a very nice instrument made of yellow stained boxwood, with beautiful ivory mouldings.
It's likely that this flute is a copy of an original flute now disappeared, made in the nineteenth century. It has, however, the characteristics of other flutes assigned to the Hotteterre family, while slightly more flexible than the Graz flute.
I offer a copy of this flute, in stained boxwood, with imitation ivory mouldings and silver key, pitch a=392 Hz.
Repertoire : This two low-pitched Hotteterre flute are those of the French court music, in the late seventeenth and early eighteenth century. The sound is deep and rich. Fingerings to be used are those recommended in the Jacque Martin Hotteterre method book.

 
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20 février 2018

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