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PostPosted: Thu Mar 21, 2002 10:14 am 
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Back to the original notion of the post: Eamonn Cotter flutes.
I spoke with Eamonn not long ago -- very nice fellow indeed -- and he's perfectly happy making flutes on demand, but he's very careful to be sure it doesn't get out of hand. He makes them keyless and keyed (and I've played both....great flutes they are).
He's a pretty good player, too.....not surprising as his family is talented as well. His sister is Geraldine Cotter of whistle fame.
Most of his flutes, by the way, are indeed sold in Ireland.

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I saw/heard Eamonn play at Willy Week, and he is absolutely phenomenal. He blew the crowd away. He is much better live than on his CD, and I heard several people say that his style has changed considerably since the album was recorded.
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Cool! Thanks Guys.

It's nice to hear Irish music is alive and well in Japan, I'll be sure to take my whistle or flute if I ever get to make the trip.

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Loren you might try a fax to Eammon.That's how I ordered,I sent a fax with my fax number
and stated Make a D keyless flute please and
a few months later He called and said it was ready and send the money.


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Thank's for the tip, might help someone else, but when I got no reply from him after a month, I bought a Copley instead, and I've been quite happy. In addition, my year on the Olwell waiting list will be up in a matter of days, so I doubt I'll be lusting after another flute anytime soon :smile:

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