lost in nyc: Sam Murray 4-key D; found: C. Baack, one-key D.

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lost in nyc: Sam Murray 4-key D; found: C. Baack, one-key D.

Post by MrsCrotty »

Sometime in the past 7 years, more recently, perhaps, I accidentally swapped flutes with someone in an nyc Irish music session. I brought home someone's C. Baack, an early 19th century 1 key rosewood flute in D, made in NY. Mine is a 4-6 key Sam Murray, made @ 1991-2. (I didn't discover it at the time as I usually play a different flute.) If this sounds like you or someone you know, please contact me, I'd be very appreciative. Thanks!
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