Simon Polak Flute - Modern Copy of Carlo Palanca - #PFB3 Ebony
Modern Copy of Carlo Palanca (c.1688 - 1783) Keyless flutes from Torino circa 1750-1770. The Palanca is a sweet, pure and quintessentially Baroque-style flute. The embouchure hole is smaller than the Kirst model, which makes blowing down into the flute harder - this style of flute requires the player to resonate more for an optimum sound. Handmade Ebony flute, A=417, 1-key mechanism, Handmade in the Netherlands.
Please Note: No trials available on Baroque Flutes, returns within 3 days only if the flute is kept in excellent condition.