FDN concert flutes


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Rottenburgh G.A.
Bruxelles, 1709-1790

(Collezione B. Kuijken)

The original instrument belongs to Bartold Kuijken and it is one of the most copied flutes for its exceptional characteristics allowing the player to obtain a great expressiveness. The original instrument is in acid stained Boxwood.
This flute has seven extra joints, the fifth one plays at 415 Hz.
It is an exceptional well balanced instrument with a very good intonation.

Pitch - A: 415 Hz.

Can be requested in European Boxwood, Blackwood Grenadillo or Synthetic Ebony.
It comes with the extension foot.