Featured in THE WORLD AS WE SEE IT OR AS WE MISSED IT! on 26 May 2012
I fell in love with the sound of the flute, when I heard the hauntingly beautiful tones of Sir James Galway, who was playing Debussy’s “Reverie” accompanied by Marisa Robles on harp. Enjoy!
Unfortunately I do not have Sir James’s wonderful talent and – depending on how the practice goes, it could be described as my fight, fright or – occasionally – delight instrument. However, as the world’s greatest flautist describes his own practice as “his daily battle”, perhaps I should not complain!
This is a Trevor James flute. The curved headjoint makes it easier to play for those who suffer from shoulder pain or for people with short arms.