Tracy Kingsley wrote:
>A caveat: my friend Bonnie Lubinski, who teaches classical flute for a
>living (it's relevant, see!) found the C-natural too sharp.
The two-finger C natural (oxxooo) is pretty sharp, but the three-finger
one (oxxxoo) is ok. I use that for long C's.
I've compared my Sindt to several Copelands, and the upper octave on the
Sindt is much, much more in tune. Copelands tend to have a sharp high
B, which IMHO is much more problematic (and less easily correctable)
than the C natural on the Sindt. It's a shame, because the Copelands
are such lovely instruments otherwise.
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