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Claude Laurent, a Parisian watchmaker and mechanic, invented the technology to produce glass flutes that became an early century novelty. He used lead crystal and other types of glass to make white, cobalt blue, and uranium green flutes Sound Of Music, Kinds Of Music, Music Love, Music Is Life, Transverse Flute, Flute Instrument, Flautas, Mobile Art, Musical Toys

Claude Laurent | Transverse Flute in D-flat | French | The Met

Claude Laurent, a Parisian watchmaker and mechanic, invented the technology to produce glass flutes that became an early 19th century novelty. He used lead crystal and other types of glass to make white, cobalt blue, and uranium green flutes

View Priest playing flute by Charles Edouard Edmond Delort on artnet. Browse upcoming and past auction lots by Charles Edouard Edmond Delort. Wooden Flute, Scrapbook Images, Sculpture, French Art, Classical Music, Priest, Cartoon Art, Art World, Mona Lisa

Priest playing flute by Charles Edouard EdmondDelort

View Priest playing flute by Charles Edouard Edmond Delort on artnet. Browse upcoming and past auction lots by Charles Edouard Edmond Delort.

Kirst was one of the foremost German flute makers of his generation. The instrument comes with four exchangeable upper-middle sections to tune the flute in different pitches, and an additional C-foot for the notes c-sharp and c Old Music, Music Like, Sound Of Music, Kinds Of Music, Music Stuff, Instruments, Transverse Flute, Wooden Flute, Tin Whistle

The Met's Musical Instruments

Transverse Flute by Friedrich Gabriel August Kirst, Musical Instruments Purchase, Robert Alonzo Lehman Bequest, 2005 Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, NY Medium: Boxwood, silver, ivory

Ernesto Köhler (04/12/1849 - 17/03/1907) N 14, Wooden Flute, Sculpture, Photos, History, Studio, Musicians, Dance, Transverse Flute

Elvira Montiel Guirado - Flautista

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Artist: Toyohara Kunichika Title: Flute Player - Genji Goju-yo Jo Date: Details & Prices: Toyohara Kunichika: Flute Player - Genji Goju-yo Jo - Artelino Source: artelino - Japanese Prints Japanese Prints, Japanese Art, Geisha, Wooden Flute, Hiroshi Yoshida, Asian Image, Woodblock Print, Asian Art, Art Decor

Artist: Toyohara Kunichika Title: Flute Player - Genji Goju-yo Jo Date: 1884. Details & Prices: Toyohara Kunichika: Flute Player - Genji Goju-yo Jo - Artelino Source: artelino - Japanese Prints

The flutist, flute maker and composer Johann George Tromlitz, 1803 by Daniel Caffé (German even relaxing in his cap and beautiful patterned robe. Ap Euro, Wooden Flute, Early Music, Blues Music, Baroque, Model, Dinosaurs, Ethnic, Career

Johann Georg Tromlitz (1725-1805), was a German flutist, flute maker and composer. He was dissatisfied with the tone and intonation of the bivalve baroque flute. From his student years he was engaged in the construction of flutes. At the end of his career he made a flute with 8 keys which can be considered a precursor of the models developed by Theobald Böhm. As a composer he wrote partitas for solo flute, flute concertos and sonatas for flute, following the style of Quantz and C.P.E. Bach…

British soldier Thomas Cahusac Sr's Fife This is cool. British Soldier, British Army, Wooden Flute, Krishna Flute, Fife And Drum, Constitution Day, Treasure Island, American Revolution, Character Design

Thomas Cahusac, Sr. | Fife | British | The Met

Maker: Thomas Cahusac, Sr. (British, London 1714–1798 London). Date: ca. 1780–90. Geography: London, England, United Kingdom. Culture: British. Medium: ...

Cocus Wood Irish Flute with Key - IRFC - Medieval Collectibles Native Flute, Native American Flute, Irish Flute, Flute Instrument, Wooden Flute, Dungeons And Dragons 5e, The Magic Flute, Hammered Dulcimer, Irish Celtic

Cocus Wood Irish Flute with Key - IRFC - Medieval Collectibles

This Cocus Wood Irish Flute with Key is tunable in the note DD. The key allows the most distal note to be played and will raise the three highest notes from a natural note to the sharp. A case is included.

EDWARD DE JONG     Born March 1st 1837  at Deventer, Holland.  Died November 20th, Sulby, Isle of Man     Began flute studies in Cologne, later moving to Leipzig to study his instrument with Hanke for whom he acted as deputy at the Leipzig Opera House.     He was a member of  Jullien’s Band in the early 1850’s before his appointment as principal flute under Charles Hallé in 1858. March 1st, November, Wooden Flute, Isle Of Man, Halle, Cologne, Holland, Opera House, Instruments

EDWARD DE JONG Born March 1st 1837 at Deventer, Holland. Died November 20th, Sulby, Isle of Man Began flute studies in Cologne, later moving to Leipzig to study his instrument with Hanke for whom he acted as deputy at the Leipzig Opera House. He was a member of Jullien’s Band in the early 1850’s before his appointment as principal flute under Charles Hallé in 1858.

century American (New York) Transverse flute in F at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York Transverse Flute, Wooden Flute, Music Love, Classical Music, Musical Instruments, 19th Century, Shrek, Metropolitan Museum, American

William A. Pond & Company | Transverse Flute in F | American | The Met

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The flute section of the London Symphony Orchestra on the set of the film 'Instruments of the Orchestra' in The first flute on the right is Gordon Walker, with his son Edward 'Eddie' Walker playing piccolo. The second flute is not known. Instruments Of The Orchestra, Wooden Flute, London Symphony Orchestra, History, Film, Musicians, Scrapbook, Costumes, Education

The flute section of the London Symphony Orchestra on the set of the film 'Instruments of the Orchestra' in 1946. The first flute on the right is Gordon Walker, with his son Edward 'Eddie' Walker playing piccolo. The second flute is not known.

The flute section of the London Symphony Orchestra on the set of the film 'Instruments of the Orchestra' in The first flute on the right is Gordon Walker, with his son Edward 'Eddie' Walker playing piccolo. The second flute is not known. Instruments Of The Orchestra, Wooden Flute, London Symphony Orchestra, History, Film, Musicians, Scrapbook, Costumes, Education

The flute section of the London Symphony Orchestra on the set of the film 'Instruments of the Orchestra' in 1946. The first flute on the right is Gordon Walker, with his son Edward 'Eddie' Walker playing piccolo. The second flute is not known.