He was survived by artists with far more talent, and he wasn't even dead yet. Erhard would have preferred direct offspring to continue his legacy, but if shove came to push he could always jingle up other peoples children. These days he'd prefer to explore other options.
Back in the 13th century he had an exceptional hit, but that was a different time, another place. In the 1930's he attempted a comeback only to discover that solo flutists were out of fashion, perhaps they were never in.
He'd like to have his pipe back now though. In his lips it became a deadly weapon. The world was a dangerous place and he had the remedy for all it's ills in the form of melody. He'd share his special brand of music once he got out of this meeting and dispose of all the frogs for good.