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    Yamaha’s YFL-A421 is one of the most sought-after alto flutes in the world. It is characterized by an agile response and precise intonation, but its best feature is its warm, beautiful sound. Yamaha’s unique expertise with the various alloys used in brass instruments led to the discovery that gold-brass (brass with a higher than usual copper content) is the perfect material for optimum tone, weight, and playability of an alto flute. The gold-brass gives a rich sound full of tonal colors, and the flute is much more comfortable to hold and play than traditional alto flutes, being considerably lighter.

    Alto Flute Headjoint: The mouthpiece is designed to easily catch the air stream delivering excellent response. Easy to tongue with good, even resonance over the entire range it is well suited for use in orchestras.
    Key Design: Key shapes are designed to provide a natural position that fits the fingers for greater playability.

    Design
    Keys: Pads  
    Type: E Mechanism  
    Covered keys: No. Double bladder

    Material
    Body & Footjoint: Gold brass (Clear-lacquer)
    Keys: Nickel silver (Silver-plated)
    Headjoint & Lip Plate: Gold brass (Clear-lacquer), with Sterling silver lip plate & riser

    Key: G

     

     

    Musikk-Miljø Toyooka 2005

    Musikk-Miljø as ved Morten Gjendemsjø og Mons Hauge besøkte Yamaha messingfabrikken i Hamamatsu i Japan 2005.


    Her ser dere en video om hvordan Yamaha lager en trompet. 

     
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    Tom Haakon Bjørkhaug visits Yamaha's Toyooka plant in Japan 2004
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    Tom Haakon Bjørkhaug visits Yamaha's Toyooka plant in Japan 2004
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