Aurin Baroque Flute after Denner Boxwood a=415
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Aurin Baroque Flute after Denner in stained boxwood a=415.
Fridtjof Aurin works in Germany and makes an excellent copy of an original by Jacob Denner, Nürnberg, ca. 1720, in boxwood with silver key and register foot, two middle joints for a=392 and a=415. With its clear articulation and its large, round tone, this flute is an ideal instrument for the flute repertoire of Johann Sebastian Bach. But, just as with J.S.Bach’s music, the Denner flute is not always easy to master, as each tone has its own character and special acoustic colour. But, whoever is prepared to occupy themselves with the idiosyncrasies of this flute, will be generously rewarded with an exceedingly delightful and colourful sound.