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Flute maker Rudall Carte relaunches after 30 years

Laura  Barnes
Flute maker Rudall Carte relaunches after 30 years

British flute maker Rudall Carte and Co has announced its relaunch.

Formed as Rudall & Rose in 1822, Rudall Carte and Co (since 1872) was Britain's leading flute maker for a century and a half. To this day the wooden flutes and piccolos made by Rudall Carte are sought after by discerning musicians worldwide.

Industry stalwart and Rudall Carte director, John Rogers, said: "The company and the brand have been lying dormant for over 30 years, but I feel the time is right to look at the opportunity that the brand presents.

"We will continue building on the successful sourcing of OEM products developed over the last 12 years with Harmonic MI Ltd for our clients around the world. In addition, we are developing products that are worthy of the branding to be distributed through a network of specialist dealers.”
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Rudall Carte and Co will be exhibiting at the Palm Music Expo show at the end of May.

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