1021SE 1000 Series

.925 Sterling Silver Flute, Silver-Plated Mechanism, Drawn Tone Holes

1021 Alto Flute offers both straight and curved headjoint with the standard body joint design, offering flexibility for different needs and occasions.


Altus 1021 Alto offers both straight and curved headjoints which gives flexibility to flutists of all sorts, either solo performers or orchestra/ensemble flutists. With the two headjoints at your disposal, you will be given the most comfortable and convenient performing experience.

Material Composition

Sterling silver lip-plate, riser, headjoint, body and footjoint, nickel silver mechanism - silver plated - drawn tone holes

Comprised of 92.5% silver, Sterling Silver has long been the industry standard and widely accepted for making high quality flutes. This silver alloy is strengthened with copper to increase hardness. It is believed that sterling silver instruments possesses incredible resonance and rich colors in timbre.

Altus Scale

Altus flute maker Shuichi Tanaka and renowned British flutist William Bennett shared an admiration for Albert Cooper’s vision of updating and modernizing the traditional flute scale. They created the Altus Scale to provide effortless intonation, impeccably tuned harmonics, and exceptionally balanced registers, setting a new standard for flute design. This monumental achievement is one of the hallmarks of the great Altus flute making tradition.


.925 Sterling Silver flute, Silver-Plated Mechanism, Drawn Tone Holes, Offset G, Split E, C foot