My Egyptian Flute has an ancient, theatrical presence that drops you into a forgotten time. It is one of my favorite flutes and seems to rewire the brain.
This flute is great for meditating, for improvising and for dramatic effect in storytelling.
To me, this flute is my "Jesus Flute". When I play this flute, it takes me to the place where I can sense His presence as though He were walking by.
20 1/2 inch to 21 1/2 inches long.
The bamboo used to make this flute is quite rare because of the long and slender inter-nodes it requires. But in 2023 I dedicated time to learn to make a good Egyptian Flute using an extra node and it came out so good I was able to drop the price. And the Poor Man's Egyptian Flute was born.
The Poor Man's Egyptian Flute is made with tropical Textillis Gracilis which is more sensitive to extreme heat and cold. The more expensive one is made with hardy Bambusa Multiplex from my bamboo grove. And some other bamboos growing here.
The inspiration for this flute came when someone gave me an Egyptian Ney which is a rim blown flute; very difficult to blow for a western player used to a side blown flute. So guided by the Ney, I made a side blown flute, tossed out 2 holes that I didn't hear to be harmonic and was splendidly surprised by what I had. Giving a sweet ancient poetic melodic flute.
It is now one of my favorite flutes that you too can own.
Every Egyptian Flute has a protective binding and comes with a Free Flute Bag to keep your flute safe, Free flute lesson and Free Shipping inside the USA!
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