Translation:I play the violin and he plays the flute.
This was a good Spanish sentence for us learners. It highlighted one of the ways that Spanish lets you elide repetition where English usually doesn't. But we also do similar stuff. Like in the sentence "I don't like to light firecrackers in my mouth, but he does." Non-English speakers might wonder what exactly it is that he is doing, because most of the last clause of that sentence is invisible.