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PostPosted: Fri Mar 01, 2002 8:40 pm 
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hello, can anyone give me any feed back on sam murray flutes?


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BTW.... I just got a Copley, Dave. Awesome flute. And a great guy to deal with.


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On 2002-03-01 21:40, wildwillow wrote:
hello, can anyone give me any feed back on sam murray flutes?

A young player from the North, Barry Kerr, plays one. He just started a US tour this week with Na Dorsa. Saw them Saturday night, and spoke to him after the show. Very nice fellow. I'm not qualified to to comment on the quality of the flute, but it sounded damn good to me. They we're unmiced and he had no problems holding his own with the fiddle and the box.

He has a CD out, "The Three Sisters", a track from which is going on the Wooden Flute Obsession CD.
http://www.csagraphics.com/worldtrad/Re ... haseCD.htm
There's a link to an MP3 of Barry there.


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jb


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thanx, i've not heard of barry kerr - but i'll check him out. good to hear that about the flute, i'm thinking of ordering one and wanted to get some opinions on them before making a trip to belfast to play some and finally make up my mind!


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Where can one find an olwell flute?

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uh.....hmmmmm
from Patrick Olwell, maybe?

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Ok wise guy, how does one find a e-mail, number, or address of this one olwell character. :grin:


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If you go to Brad Hurleys Wooden Flute Guide site and look in the flute maker directory you will find an address and phone number for Patrick Olwell. He's very good to work with. I've sent him several letters with questions and he's taken the time to respond to each. I'm on the list for an Olwell Keyless and I have and enjoy an Olwell Bamboo flute in d.

Brian


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Another option are the great polymer flutes from Michael Cronnolly and Desi Seery.
These are ideal for learning as they are inexpensive, durable, sound great, are in tune, and are loud, projective flutes. Also, they require no maintenance.

--James
http://www.flutesite.com


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