Miyazawa BR 958-1 "Type 1" Flute
- Purchase price: £6,675.00
- Deposit: £667.50
- Amount of credit: £6,007.50
- 6 monthly payments of: £1,001.25
- Total repayable: £6,675.00
- Duration of agreement: 6 months
- Rate of interest (fixed): 0.0%
- Representative APR: 0.0%
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Miyazawa flutes are played by a large number of professional players, including Clare Southworth and Ian Clarke. Miyazawa, along with Altus, are one of the most forward-looking flute makers today, having sought new materials and keywork systems, such as the 'Brögger System™' available on selected models.
The 'Brögger System™' mechanism increases the stability of the keywork on the flute: using non-rotating shafts and back connectors for all the main line keys, the most common binding keywork and misadjustments are eliminated. In addition, the thumb key mechanism is significantly altered to reduce the stress on this key (which often takes the brunt of any wear and tear on the flute).
The Brögger System
The Brögger System was designed by Danish flutemaker Johan Brögger, who gained international recognition with his Brögger Mekanik design. His latest innovation, the Brögger System, available only on Miyazawa flutes, advances his original concept and includes the ground-breaking Brögger Thumb Key Mechanism design. Featuring an innovative pinless mechanism with a curved coupling rod construction, enhanced ergonomic design and precise thumb key mechanism, the Brögger System will help elevate your performance.
Other benefits include: The capability to perfectly adjust and balance the spring tension of each individual key, resulting in a more even and effortless feel for the flute player. The mechanism also has a sleek one-piece rod and kicker construction. This simplified solution provides more structural integrity for a stronger, more stable and precise mechanism. Reduced friction and less wear between moving parts, faster action and incredibly smooth mechanical function allow the performer to have a virtuosic advantage and complete confidence in their flute.
The Brögger Thumb Key Mechanism is a pioneering design that eliminates the necessity of flat springs and provides a more secure, comfortable fit in a player's hand. Traditional thumb key mechanisms require flat springs which have contact on the body of the flute. Whenever the thumb B or Bb in depressed, the flat springs rub on the body of the flute causing friction and wear. The innovative Brögger Thumb Key Mechanism enables the use of the same springs as on the mainline keys with additional desirable advantages:
- Efficient and more responsive key action;
- Less wear for increased stability and longevity;
- Thumb post located in an out-of-the-way position for smoother, more secure playing;
- Ergonomic design reduces hand fatigue
BR 958-1-E Closed holes, Offset G, E mechanism, C footjoint
BR 958-1-RE Open holes, Offset G, E mechanism, C footjoint
BR 958-1-R Open holes, Inline G, C footjoint
BR 958-1-REH As BR-958-1RE, with B footjoint
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- Type 1 model
- Fully handmade .958 "Britannia" headjoint and body
- MZ-10 cut headjoint with .990 high purity riser
- Fully handmade .925 solid mechanism
- Drawn tone holes
- Available with closed or open holes
- Offset G or inline G key
- Split E mechanism on offset models
- Available with C footjoint or B footjoint
- C# trill key available by special order
- 0.45 tubing thickness
- French-style 'pointed' key-arms
- 'Brögger System™' (see below)
- Supplied in leather wood case with maintenance accessories
Item DetailsManufacturer: Miyazawa
Category: Conservatoire Flutes
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