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All our flutes are Brannen-Cooper flutes, using the scales developed by our Vice-President Emeritus, Albert Cooper. Our many headjoint options are discussed under Headjoints.


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The Brögger Flute: Our most well-known, popular instrument, this flute combines the traditional fingerings of the Boehm system with the enormous advantages of the Brögger Mekanik™. This mechanism increases the reliability of the keywork and reduces internal friction, allowing keys to be adjusted much more closely to individual preferences. A soldered tonehole flute, the Brögger offers the widest possible range of options, including choice of materials and custom keywork. We are proud to offer the Albert Cooper Orchestral Model as an option on our Brögger flutes.

The Kingma System Flute: This revolutionary flute is capable of playing the traditional repertoire with all the usual Boehm system fingerings. However, by using the additional keys incorporated into the design, it is also capable of playing a complete quartertone scale, and a full range of extended techniques, including many new multiphonics. Since this flute utilizes a completely new system, few options are either available or needed. An offset G, C# trill, and B footjoint are all integral to its design. While the body tube may be sterling silver, gold, or platinum, the keywork is always sterling silver.


When a customer purchases a new Brannen-Cooper headjoint, either as part of a new flute or purchased separately, the headjoint may be exchanged up to three times for another Brannen-Cooper headjoint within six months of the original purchase. Additional exchanges may be made during the six-month exchange period for a non-refundable $40.00 shipping and handling charge per shipment.


When a customer purchases a new Brannen-Cooper headjoint separately, and not as part of a new flute, it may be returned for a full refund within 30 days of purchase.

When a customer purchases a new flute, the headjoint on that flute may be returned for a refund within 30 days of receipt of the flute. The refund will be approximately two-thirds of the price of that same headjoint if it had been purchased separately, i.e., not as part of a new flute.

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