Eppler Flute Company Photographs


Some of Seattle's wooden flute players from the studio of Professor Felix Skowronek (far left), with, from left to right, Deborah Shorrock, Mary Lowney, and Jeffrey Cohan. 1980s
Eppler flute performers

Flutist-performer Deborah Shorrock playing on an early example of our work.

Gloria Swisher's December 7th, 2004. Felix Skowronek, flutist with University of Washington Symphony, Peter Eros conducting. World premier of Gloria Swisher's "Concerto for Flute and Orchestra." Flute: Rudall Carte thick cocuswood with thick cocuswood Eppler headjoint.
Early December, 2005. All-wood flute section of the University of Washington Symphony in rehearsal. Left to right: Felix Skowronek; Sarah Carr; Svetlana Vdovenko, principal. Two Haynes flutes and one Rudall Carte rebuilt by Eppler with new headjoints for each.Felix Skowronek, Sarah Carr, Svetlana Vdovenko
flutists Post concert reception, December 6th, 2005. Left to right: Alexander Eppler, Svetlana Vdovenko, Sarah Carr, Felix Skowronek, and Peter Eros, conductor.

Workshop photographs

Alexander Eppler in the old
Fifth Avenue shop. 1976
flute shop
Alexander Eppler making new flutes, 2001.
flute shop
flute construction

1. Wood Headjoints. Flute, alto, bass, piccolo
2. Wood flutes. Models. Flute restoration and repair
3. Flute restoration: "before" and "after"
4. Flutes, alto flutes, piccolos
5. More photographs
A Tribute to Prof. Felix Emil Skowronek ✝ 17. IV. 2006
Transcript of interview with British flutemaker Albert Cooper
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