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Open-hole flute with B foot. Sterling silver .014" thinwall headjoint. Sterling silver .018" body and B foot....
The Jupiter 711 Series Intermediate Flute is a solid silver flute throughout. This step-up model takes the...
Flutes are believed to be one of the, if not the, earliest musical instruments ever crafted, with some dating back over 40,000 years having been discovered. Though those flutes are vastly different from the ones commonly played today, the longevity of the instrument is definitely a testament to its pleasant tone and style. Though most commonly found as part of orchestras and ensembles, the flute has also turned up in some interesting places. For example, legendary rock and roll band Jethro Tull has been known for lead singer Ian Anderson’s exciting flute solos for a number of years. Truly the versatility of the instrument has played a role in its popularity over time. When you’re in the market to purchase a new flute, it is important to be aware of your skill level. Flutes are an investment and you want to make sure you have one that is right for you. There are a number of options available ranging from beginner and student flutes all the way up to professional models. Beginner flutes are often made with materials that are more suited to the wear a novice might put on the instrument. This makes them easier to care for. For example, many student flutes are made from nickel silver, which is more resistant to denting than silver, while still producing a nice tone. On the other hand, a professional level flute will be made with finer materials which will definitely enhance their sound quality. However, a professional level flute will require a higher level of care, so it’s important that you understand how to maintain a flute of this quality before purchasing. Intermediate flutes bridge the gap between these two, offering instruments that with pleasing sound and fairly simple care instructions. Knowing which style will work best for you will go a long way in helping you choose your new flute. The flute is an instrument that has a history as rich as its tone. Integral to everything from student bands all the way through to orchestras that are respected worldwide, the instruments appeal is undeniable. Whether you’re a beginner or a professional flutist, there is a flute here that is perfect for you.