Format 3D Object
Photos, Prints, Drawings
Contributors (Carl) Augustin Grenser I
Dates 1753
Location Dresden
Language English
Subjects Flute in C
Physical Objects
DCM 0140: (Carl) Augustin Grenser I / Flute in C
Contributor Names
(Carl) Augustin Grenser I
Created / Published
Dresden, a1753
Subject Headings
-  Flute in C
-  Physical Objects
Physical Objects
-  Key Holes System: 1 key, square flap.
-  Physical Description: 4 sections. Extra upper body joint.
-  Mark Maximum: D // (fleur de lis) / A. GRENSER / .5. Extra upper marked .7.
-  Mark Additional: Mark on upper joints. Head marked: D // (fleur-de-lis) / A. GRENSER.. Lower joint: D // (fleur-de-lis) / A. GRENSER / ..
-  Foot marked: (fleur-de-lis) / A. GRENSER / .. Register on foot. According to Seyfrit, v. 1: "The section marked .7. has been shortened from an original length of about 618 mm. The key is not original." 5 and 7 of 7 corps de rechange as indicated on foot register. The early provenance of this instrument is uncertain, however, according to DCM correspondence with Mignolet, 1920, it was " of Frederick the Great's," as the flute came from a family in Breslau who stated this.
-  Condition: Crack in register ferrule.
-  Provenance: Jean Mignolet, Denver, Colorado, 20 Sept. 1920.
Boxwood, ivory and boxwood screw cap and register, ivory ferrules, brass key.; 59.8 cm., 62.6 cm.
nonprojected graphic
1 sound disc : analog ; 12 in.
Source Collection
Dayton C. Miller Flute Collection
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