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French lab creates 3D reproduction of 18th century flute

By AFP
02 February 2020   |   1:00 pm
The Hotteterre flute was created around 1710, and now researchers at Paris's Cité de la Musique laboratory have created an accurate reproduction of the instrument, a chance for musicians to faithfully recreate the sounds and moods of the epoch.

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