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A flute embodying Jupiter quality and design.
No flute maker incorporated the preservation of tradition into the making of a modern instrument more than can be seen with Jupiter's diMedici series. The handwork that goes into each Jupiter diMedici flute rivals that of the most expensive flutes in the world.diMedici Research
Years of research has gone into perfecting the diMedici scale and mechanism design. This design is unique in that it preserves the aesthetic of a classic instrument by retaining features such as keys with sculpted French pointed arms—a feature not found on many brands today. diMedici artisans realize the great responsibility of this, for a key with French arms must have a perfectly seated pad or the aesthetic has no meaning. Exceptional care is also taken with the hand work required to accurately cut and shape the Jupiter diMedici flute's headjoints, as well as adjust mechanisms precisely.Jupiter Commitment to Excellence
The quality of Jupiter flutes is recognized worldwide. Because flute-making is a combination of science and art, Jupiter constantly seeks the latest innovation in design and engineering to achieve ever higher standards in the manufacturing process. Leading players, teachers, and artisans collaborate in the design and artistry that makes each Jupiter flute a truly great performance instrument.Heritage
The heritage of Jupiter began in 1930 when KHS International, its parent corporation, opened as an educational products company in Taipei, Taiwan. The letters KHS stand for "Kung Hsue She" meaning "a company helping schools and culture." This simple definition still represents the primary goal of the Jupiter brandDedication to Dialogue
Jupiter maintains constant contact with performing artists, educators, repair technicians, instrument designers, and our network of dealers to better respond to the requirements of music education and performanceWorld Class Reputation
Jupiter has established itself as a respected world-class name in musical instruments and continues to attribute its progress to remembering its heritage of "helping schools and culture."