Stephen Clark at NFA 2017 Tryout and say Yes to the Celestine Flute Rexonator
May 18 ·
Geeky flute post: For the last year I’ve had no cork in my flute headjoint!!! Although I’ve kept it a little quiet because some flute players thought I was crazy when I told them. But now it’s time to let the world know that I’m corkless. Roberto Feliciano Rolon invented a metal stopper that replaces the traditional cork. He calls this the “Celestine Rexonator”. Last August he asked me to try it and fitted it to my headjoint and immediately I realised this was ...
What do you give a flutist who has it all? A Celestine Flute Rexonator, of course! Seriously, in my quest for the perfect orchestral tone, I've tried everything: Drelinger and Lafin headjoints, Miyazawa and Haynes flutes, and I've always been happy, because, ultimately, I always sound like myself. Adding the Celestine Flute Rexonator to my flute has increased my orchestral tone projection, balances the flute registers, and enables me to play the most technical orchestral passages freely and with ease. Try the Celestine Flute Rexonator today!
"My husband, Boyd, is a harpist, organist, and tenor singer. My areas are flute, piano, and and composing for harp and flute. We played for a church dinner today, and I was very pleased with the Celestine Flute Rexonator the top notes are easier to play with a fuller tone, and the lower notes are full as well. I will be happy to share this with my flute friends in band and flute ensembles. We will be in Las Vegas next August for the NFA Convention - - maybe we will see you there! Beth Dolan"