John Lunn Pre-Owned Flute with Bigio Headjoint-c7693


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John Lunn Pre-Owned Flute with Bigio Headjoint-c7693

John Lunn Pre-Owned Flute with Bigio Headjoint-c7693

  • John Lunn Handmade Flute
  • Open Holes
  • B foot
  • Robert Bigio Headjoint

Condition – Very Good / Full Service

About John Lunn

John Lunn began making flutes in 1976. He apprenticed with Jack Goosman in Toronto for 3 years and then worked for Verne Q. Powell Flutes for 10 years. Formed in 1989, John Lunn Flutes created several original mechanical and aesthetic flute designs.

Robert Bigio Flute Maker

Robert Bigio is a highly respected flute maker. Over many years, he has finely honed the design of his wood flute head joint range and has developed models using an array of different woods (Cocus wood, Mopane, African Blackwood). These head joints enable the player to produce rich, dark tones that blend well with other instruments, whilst having the projectional qualities needed for solo playing.

Robert Bigio

Robert Bigio was born in the Middle East but raised in Vancouver, Canada. He earned a BMus from the University of British Columbia prior to relocating to Britain, where he achieved a PhD from the University of London. Robert embarked on a professional flute-playing career spanning numerous years, eventually transitioning into flute making.

Renowned for his expertise, he is also recognised as an accomplished author and scholar in the realm of flutes and their manufacture. He served as the editor of the British Flute Society’s journal for a five-year period. Robert has penned two notable flute-centric books: “Readings in the History of the Flute,” an assemblage of writings from nineteenth-century London encompassing monographs, essays, reviews, letters, and advertisements; and the freshly published “Rudall, Rose & Carte: The Art of the Flute in Britain.”

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