|William S. Haynes 14k Flute Headjoint email@example.com - New York City, NY USA - Thursday, March 01, 2001 |
Solid 14k gold tube, riser, embouchure and crown. Made by master craftsman and former owner of The William S. Haynes flute company, the late John Fughetta. Originally owned by the renown New York City based studio musician and multi-instrumentalist George Marge. Used extensively in recordings and performances. This headjoint produces a soulful and rich sound with the amount of tonal flexibility and resistance necessary to blend with other instruments in a number of styles and instrumental combinations. Wonderful for chamber music and orchestral playing. Pristine condition. Highly reccommended for recordingx and for multi-instrumentalists.
|J.R. LaFin 14k Flute Headjoint firstname.lastname@example.org - New York City, NY USA - Thursday, March 01, 2001 |
Solid 14k gold tube, riser, lip plate, crown and headjoint mechanism. Made by J.R.Lafin in Lorrach, Germany. The added 14k Adler (sometimes referred to as "Gold Wings") on the lip plate helps to enable remarkably precise control of the air stream of the player. This headjoint section produces a remarkably flexible and warm sound, in addition to presenting the player with smooth, secure production of tone in all registers and all dynamics. A true work of art. Excellent condition. LaFin headjoint storage box included. Highly reccommended for the principal orchestral player desiring a beautifully unique sound sure to draw attention and critical acclaim.
|SOLD! J.R. LaFin Flute Headjoint email@example.com - New York, NY USA - Thursday, March 01, 2001 |
Sterling Silver tube, 14k embouchure, platinum riser, 14k gold & sterling silver crown, Adler Model. Made by J.R.Lafin in Lorrach, Germany. The 14k Adler (sometimes referred to as "Gold Wings") on the lip plate help to enable remarkably precise control of the air stream of the player. Without the sacrifice of flexibility sometimes caused by a "Wing" design. This headjoint section produces a very focused and penetrating sound, superb for orchestral or solo playing. The platinum riser presents the player with a host of added tonal possibilities throughout the range of the flute in addition to hearty low register articulation and projection. Excellent condition. This headjoint is highly reccommended for players of somewhat larger Japanese flutes seeking tonal refinement, and has been recently fitted for a handmade Muramatsu Flute.
|SOLD! Gemeinhardt E-flat Flute firstname.lastname@example.org - Anchorage, AK USA - Thursday, March 01, 2001 |
Very unusual Gemeinhardt E-flat flute, #161. According to the Gemeinhardt company, these kinds of flutes are 40 or 50 years out of production. Silver plated. Decent shape. Pictures available. Asking $700. email@example.com
|SOLD! Artley Wilkins flute wPearl Headjoint firstname.lastname@example.org - Dallas, Tx USA - Monday, February 19, 2001 |
Artley Wilkins model flute. Solid Silver. Needs work. Not sure if it can be revived with a a few new pads or if it needs an overhaul. It's priced accordingly. It comes with a Pearl headjoint that comes with Pearl's 761 series flutes, (as well as the original Artley headjoint), that really makes this horn sing. (You can tell that, even as the flute plays now.) Once it's fixed, it will be a very nice horn... Email or call for details: 972-227-2790
|Yamaha 481 flute email@example.com - Dallas, Tx USA - Monday, February 19, 2001 |
Yamaha 481 flute in fine shape. Open hole, C foot. Plays very well. (I also have a Dana Sheridan headjoint that makes this flute play extremely well) Email or call 972-227-2790 for details.
|SOLD! Dana Sheridan headjoint firstname.lastname@example.org - Dallas, Tx USA - Monday, February 19, 2001 |
Handmade sterling silver headjoint, #413. Lush sound, excellent response. Sized to fit a 481 Yamaha or similar flute such as a Miyazawa. (It really makes that flute sound great!) Email or call 972-227-2790.
|SOLD! Unusual Rudall Carte & Co. flute Hsprouse@aol.com - Boston, MA USA - Thursday, February 15, 2001 |
Unusual Rudall Carte & Co. flute #8026, made in 1939. Unibody (one piece body and footjoint) construction to low c. Nickel silver tube, silver plateau, pointed-arm keywork on ribs, reminiscent of keywork for wooden flutes by this firm. Offset g, closed g#, b trill. Plays well at a=440. The flute is in near-mint condition, good pads and adjustment. Period, possibly original case with fitted space for a piccolo, long swab rod and old, probably later canvas case cover. Asking $2,500.
|Wanted: Flutemakers Guild flutes & piccolos email@example.com - Sebastopol, CA USA - Thursday, February 15, 2001 |
Wanted: Flutemakers Guild (London) flutes and piccolos - any condition.