Ellis Pratten Curly Cherry Wood D Flute

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$550.00
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Learn this tune and more with Blayne Chastain's online Irish flute lessons.

Geoffrey Ellis D flute in curly cherry wood. Curly cherry has a unique grain with a secondary grain, that, when finished in the proper way, results in an amazing 3-dimensional look (which is unfortunately impossible to photograph effectively). Geoffrey's special resin impregnation process makes this wood suitable for flute making. For a Pratten-style flute, this instrument is manageable to hold and easy to play. Serial #005.

Flute player and teacher Leslie Ann Harrison plays the air "Casadh An tSúgáin" on this Ellis Pratten curly cherry flute in the clip above. Leslie says she especially loves how an Ellis flute allows her to hang onto notes in her airs and is now just as "into" these flutes as we are!

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Learn this tune and more with Blayne Chastain's online Irish flute lessons.

Geoffrey Ellis D flute in curly cherry wood. Curly cherry has a unique grain with a secondary grain, that, when finished in the proper way, results in an amazing 3-dimensional look (which is unfortunately impossible to photograph effectively). Geoffrey's special resin impregnation process makes this wood suitable for flute making. For a Pratten-style flute, this instrument is manageable to hold and easy to play. Serial #005.

Flute player and teacher Leslie Ann Harrison plays the air "Casadh An tSúgáin" on this Ellis Pratten curly cherry flute in the clip above. Leslie says she especially loves how an Ellis flute allows her to hang onto notes in her airs and is now just as "into" these flutes as we are!

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New / Preowned New
Brand: No
Key(s): High D
Tunable? Yes
Volume: Moderate to Strong
Tone: smooth and woody
Material(s): No
Array No
Packaging: No
Made In: No
Weight: No
Length: No
Notes: No
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