About our Instruments


The Traversi


Kelly's flute is a four-joint baroque flute by maker Rod Cameron after B. Kuijken's original GA Rottenburgh, circa 1745. It is boxwood with imitation ivory rings, foot register, and screwcap. The flute is pitched at A415. Kelly aslo plays a newly-acquired four-joint baroque flute by maker Simon Polak after a flute by Beukers. The flute is a dark stained boxwood and pitched at A415.

Sarah plays a four-joint baroque flute by maker Simon Polak after a flute by Beukers. The flute is a medium stained boxwood and pitched at A415.

To find out more about Simon Polak flutes, see his website.

The Recorders


Kelly's alto recorder is a reproduction of an instrument by Thomas Stanesby Jr. made by F. Von Huene. This copy is boxwood and plays at A415.

Kelly's soprano recorder is a "Terton" soprano by the Von Huene Workshop. This recorder is patterned after an early eighteenth-century original in The Hague.

Kelly's bass recorder is a commercial Yamaha YRB-61 beautifully tuned by Mr. Green of the Antique Sound Workshop. Kelly plays primarily on the A415 joint.

For more information on the Antique Sound Workshop, see their website.