28 August 2011


5 thoughts on “Store

  • Welcome to Mark Hoza’s Kything Flutes.

    I am working to re-build my website after losing the contents of it accidentally. Rather than trying to restore it to original I am choosing to create new content and a fresh, up to date website that is reflective of where I am at with my work.

    Let me know if you have any suggestions for what you’d like to see available on my website.


    Mark Hoza

  • Hi, just been checking out your site, it’s pretty nice as it is in my opinion, I like the simplicity of it. However, I have not heard of you on any of flute forum. Your flutes look fantastic, you need to get yourself out there and advertise.
    I am currently in the process of making promotional videos and am travelling across the world come Feb to get some amazing landscape and astonomy shots. If you are interested in having a professional promotional video made for your site, please let me know. I have been eyeing up a few wooden flutes for a while so If you would like to come to some arrangement I would be happy to make something special for you. Kind regards, Dan

    • Hey Dan, I wasn’t really watching comments back when you wrote your comment. How did your trip go? Where did you end up? Did you come to Australia? I haven’t been making flutes full time for a few years, but am back at it now and getting this site updated. All the best, Mark

  • Hello Mark!

    I play in medieval folk-rock music band. You can see our website http://www.tempusfolk.cz . I am flutist and I would like to have wooden flute instead of my metal flute to be more “medieval” . Please, can you advice me which one would be the best for me and what is the price?? I would like to have flute with the same touches as my current flute.

    Thank you very much!


    • Hello Lenka!

      Forgive me, but I only just saw your comment amongst the hundreds of spam comments. I need to do something about spam comments so that I don’t get so many. Any way, the wooden headjoints are good for you. I would suggest the thick wall model headjiont to look more like a midieval flute, but I do prefer the look and feel of the thinned headjionts. The sound character will be most influenced by how I cut the embouchure. I would make it to suit your use.

      If you already have one what headjoint did you choose? How is it going for you?


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