This page lists all the instruments we make that can play
at today's most usual pitch for "baroque" music (a=415), plus another
useful pitch, such as the modern a=440, or the historical low chamber
pitch a=392. Most of the classical
flutes play at a=430 and a=440).
JACOB DENNER (Nürnberg,
1681-1735) Boxwood original. Other pitches are 410, and a long joint
to make a flûte d'amour or a C flute at 410.
THOMAS LOT (Paris, 1708-1786)
Boxwood, ebony, olivewood, tulipwood, lignum vitae, or artificial ivory
flute after numerous examples from collections in Europe, America and
Japan. Other pitches are 400 and 410.
AUGUST GRENSER (Dresden,
1720-1807) Boxwood and ebony originals in numerous collections.
Other pitches are 420, 430.
CARLO PALANCA (Torino,
c1690-1783) Ebony originals in Stockholm and Frankfurt, and
a boxwood original in Washington. a=430 is also available.