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Author:  Owardlaw [ Sun Apr 07, 2019 10:13 pm ]
Post subject:  Questions about flute maker "Fabio di Natalie"

Hello all,

Just bought a Fabio di Natalie Rudal model flute 2nd hand without playing it. Heard a clip of it playing and liked it plus his baroque flutes look top notch so I felt comfortable buying the flute. Still waiting on shipping though.

Anyone have any thoughts on this maker, and/or more specifically his irish models?

thanks

Author:  radcliff [ Mon Apr 08, 2019 8:27 am ]
Post subject:  Re: Questions about flute maker "Fabio di Natalie"

Hi,
I've met him briefly years ago (2009?), his R&R model was recently new/prototype.
Imho it was a nice solid flute at that time with good chance of improvement.
Anyway Fabio Di Natale is not an improvised flute maker but a solid professionist with
very good skills in early flute making: I bet you have done a good deal.
I'll looking forward for your comments when the flute will be in your possession.
Enjoy

Author:  Owardlaw [ Fri Apr 19, 2019 7:59 pm ]
Post subject:  Re: Questions about flute maker "Fabio di Natalie"

So I got the flute! I like it. It's a bit more mellow and sweeter than I expected, you can really tell the maker primarily makes baroque flutes or at least that's how it feels. But that being said it still can hold up in a session. I really enjoy it. It looks nice as doesn't take a lot of air the tone is so smooth!

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