This Baroque Flute is a copy of an original Thomas Lot flute from 18th Century (1708-1787, Paris), with 1 brass key and Cork screw, made of Indian Cocobolo wood and with imitation Ivory rings.
Thomas Lot made flutes for many of the most prominent Parisian flutists of the early 18th century, including Michel Blavet, Mozart's friend Johann Baptist Wendling, and Jacques-Christophe Naudot. His instruments were also owned by many of the royal and aristocratic houses of Europe.
This is the instrument for playing the music of Telemann, Handel and Vivaldi and any other composer of the Baroque period.
Excellent intonation is achieved, by precise measurement from drawings held of the original instrument at Bate Collection of Oxford University, it's built with a commitment to both authenticity and performing quality.
Comes with Case and 2 middle joints "Corps de Rechange" for A=440hz and A=415hz however, A=395hz and A=430hz joints are also available on request.
Baroque Flute Thomas Lot
- Product Code: TL96-R
- Availability: Pre-Order