Muramatsu DS-CCE Flute
Perfect Performance Plan
Included with every new instrument:
- Pre-Sale Set-Up
- Owner's Check-Up
- Minimum Three-Year Warranty
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The DS model is the realization of the professional flutist’s dream. This solid silver instrument is the result of superior workmanship, research and design. Each flute allows the performer to create their own unique sound with warmth and a wide spectrum of tonal color.
Professional flutists worldwide have enjoyed playing the Muramatsu flute since 1923. It comes with a beautifully hand cut headjoint and Muramatsu’s famous dependable key mechanism, and is the ideal choice for the professional flutist who desires custom options.
When, in 1923 Koichi Muramatsu began manufacturing Western concert flutes in Japan, the instrument was virtually unknown there: the population of flute players in Japan consisted of around 20 amateur and professional flautists, and the sound of the flute was almost entirely new to Japan.
As Muramatsu introduced the flute to Japan, the popularity of the instrument rose and the company grew. By the 1970s Muramatsu had established itself as the flute of choice for professionals and amateurs across the world. Many of these flutes are still going strong and sound as beautiful as they did back then, while Muramatsu - still family-owned - have continued developing their flutes to maintain their market-leading position.
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- Fully handmade .925 solid headjoint, body and mechanism
- French-style 'pointed' key-arms
- Drawn tone holes
- Available with closed or open holes
- Offset G key
- Split E mechanism on offset models
- Available with C footjoint or B footjoint
Other options available (contact us for a quote):
- Leather-bound wood case
- Wood cleaning rod
- Microfibre polishing cloth
- Inner cleaning gauze