John Amadio John Amadio (1883–1964) was born in New Zealand but lived most of his life in Australia. He made many international tours and recorded numerous performances on disc, nearly all of salon music, often very brilliant in nature.
Christopher Steward’s early flute recordings
Photograph of John Amadio courtesy of John Wion
Paganini’s Witches’ Dance, originally for  violin, in an unknown transcription for flute and piano. Recorded by John Amadio in 1920.
Robert Bigio Flute maker
Robert Bigio flute pages
Articles on the flute
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