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See the baroque flutes price list
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Special offer for baroque flutes :
After buying two baroque flutes at my catalog prices, you will have a 5% discount on the following instruments instruments you could buy *.
For students : because I don't offer any student model, I offer for two or more students' orders together an immediate discount of 8% *, valid only for one instrument for each student.
Don't hesitate to contact me for other options, such as a payment in installments (for France only), with an initial payment at the time of delivery (for studient, enthusiast or professional).
* : except engraved keys, real ivory rings and the G.A.Rottenburgh model with a less expensive price (made of rosewood with brass key).

The baroque transverse flutes (August 2016) :

   (printable pdf)


Flute based on Jean-Jacques RIPPERT, Paris around 1690, Glasgow Museum réf.42-68ak :
a=392 or 400 Hz, stained boxwood, imitation ivory cap, moulding and ring, silver key : 1580 €
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Flute based on HOTTETERRE, Paris, Berlin museum, réf. 2670 :
a=392 Hz, stained boxwood, imitation ivory cap, moulding and foot, silver key : 1550 €
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Flute based on Martin ou Jacques HOTTETERRE, Paris, around 1700, Graz museum, réf. 1384 :
a=392 or 415 Hz, stained boxwood, imitation ivory cap, moulding and ring,
silver key : 1550 €
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Flute based on Jacob DENNER, Nuremberg, around 1715/1720, private collection :
a=392 or 415 Hz, stained boxwood, imitation ivory rings, silver key : 1430 €
extra middle joint for a=415 or 392 Hz : 320 €
supplement for a tuning slide on the foot : 200 €
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Flute based on J.H. ROTTENBURGH, Bruxelles, around 1720, Bruxelles museum, réf.2001 :
a=392 Hz, grenadilla, imitation ivory rings, silver key : 1520 €
extra middle joint for a=400 Hz : 320 €
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Flute based on J.W. OBERLENDER, Nuremberg, around 1720, private collection :
a=392 or 400 Hz, stained boxwood, without rings, silver key : 1350 €
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Flûte based on Pierre NAUST (workshop), Paris around 1730, private collection :
a=400 Hz, stained boxwood, imitation ivory rings and cap, silver key : 1430 €
extra middle joint for a=392 Hz : 320 €
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Flute based on J.J. QUANTZ, around 1750/55, library of Congress, Washington DC, N°916 :
a=392 Hz, made of mopany (ebony + 80 €), tuning slide on the head joint, imitation ivory rings,
two silver keys for D sharp and E flat : 1670 €
supplément for a screw cork : 170 €
supplement for a silver ring on the foot : 320 €
extra middle joint for a=415 Hz : 350 €
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Flute based on G.A. ROTTENBURGH, Bruxelles, around 1755/1770 ? B.Kuijken collection :
a=415 or 440 Hz, stained boxwood, imitation ivory rings,
silver key : 1460 €
supplement for a foot register : 200 €
supplement for a screw cork (for flute a=415 Hz) : 170 €
extra middle joint for a=440 Hz (need a tuning slide on the foot) : 320 €
a=415 or 440 Hz, rosewood, brass key : 880 €
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Flute based on Martin LOT, Paris, about 1755/60 ?, Paris museum, réf. E980.2.18 :
a=415 Hz, stained boxwood, imitation ivory rings, silver key : 1560 €
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Flute based on C.A. GRENSER, Nuremberg, around 1775, Nuremberg museum, réf. MIR 297 :
a=415 Hz, stained boxwood, round or elliptical mouth hole,
imitation ivory rings, silver key, tuning slide foot : 1480 €
extra middle joint for a=430 Hz : 320 €
additional head : 480 €
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Flute based on Christophe DELUSSE, Paris, around 1790, Paris museum, réf. E2147 :
a=415 or 430 Hz, stained boxwood, imitation ivory rings,
silver key : 1480 €
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Real ivory rings (CITES) and engraved keys : please ask for


The Andean flutes (August 2016) :

   (printable pdf)


Wood quena, cylindro-conical or cylindrical boring, in G : 445 € *
Wood quena, cylindro-conical boring, in F y F sharp : 585 € *
Wood quena with removable heads, cylindro-conical or cylindrical boring, in G :
   body (1 imitation ivory ring) : 400 € *
   head : 170 € each
Wood quena with removable heads, cylindro-conical boring, in F y F sharp :
   body (1 imitation ivory ring) : 550 € *
   head : 180 € each
* : mopani supplement of 35 € (price on request for other species)





 
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