Do you repair flutes? I have two that need work.
Where will you be located in E. Durham?
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From: "jeff baker" <[log in to unmask]>
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Sent: Tuesday, July 01, 2008 11:25 AM
Subject: Catskills Week, Flute Maker Visiting
> To all of the transverse woodwind persuasion:
> Forbes Christie, proprieter of Windward Flutes www.windwardflutes.com
> will be spending the week at East Durham to show off and sell the latest
> in Pratten design.
> Released at Boxwood last year, to great acclaim in both the traditional
> and baroque communities, we've been working for three years on this bore,
> and I believe we've gotten it very, very right. Forbes is a brilliant
> craftsman, and the tuning and turbulence control of this instrument is
> superb. We will have at least 20 instruments for sale, with assorted
> embouchure treatments, offset drill for those with comfort or hand
> position challenges, and the most beautiful substitute for ancient
> Boxwood - African Olivewood.
> Please look up Forbes, myself or Liz and ask for a demo. We are very
> interested in input from the community. Forbes want this flute to be the
> finest affordable instrument available and is enough of a master that if
> you can convey details about how the instrument is responding, he can
> assimilate that into the construction of the flute.
> Please look up Forbes, myself or Liz and ask for a demo.
> We look forward to seeing you all!
> Jeff Baker
> Wilton, NH