BRTISH FLUTE SOCIETY Journal – PAN
…if you like her sound as much as I do, you will want to listen to …Elizabeth’s recent recording of Telemann Fantasias… over and over again.
My Louis Lot flute no. 435 was made in 1859 and is a rare early example of what has become the modern flute. However, this flute is wooden, conically bored, ring keyed, and uses the Boehm system with a Dorus G#.
Continuum perform a variety of exciting and varied programmes of baroque music for flute, cello and harpsichord on original baroque instruments or accompanying Elizabeth’s beautiful wooden ‘modern’ FMG flute.
Festive Flutes is a modern flute quartet, formed in 1985 by Elizabeth and three flautists all studying with her at the Guildhall School of Music. They have specialised in concerts and workshops, and are renowned for their excellent musicianship and unique presentation.