I am offering a beautiful and gorgeous sounding Woodlands Native Style Flute made from Walnut Wood in the Key of F. It comes with a beautiful bag and free shipping inside the USA. This flute will best to fit a medium to large hand span.
This cool project is a collaboration with Michael Fuger of SevenWinds Flutes. Michael's heart is to make the world a better and more peaceful place, so the profit from this sale will help special needs children that have come to Flutemaker Ministries for help.
Please keep in mind that this is a fund raiser and I will not be able to refund the flute.
The Native style flute is a restful and creative flute that is great for beginners because it is easy to blow and easy to create with. It has a 5 hole pentatonic scale which always sounds great.
The Native American Flute was a courting flute. It was said that a brave would come to a teepee of the girl he wanted to marry and play. If she "heard" his song and came out to him, he would wrap his blanket around her and take her as his bride. I suspect while he played, her parents were peeking and guiding her. Her parents may have said, "you will not go out to Red Beaver, it will not work". Later in the village when he asked her if she "heard" his song she could simply say, "I did not 'hear' it." And life went on.
Our Love Flutes are home grown from our bamboo garden with lots of love.
Your flute will come with a flute bag to keep your flute safe, and some literature that will help you along. The free tutorial on this web-page is also helpful to learn. And inside the USA, shipping and handling is included!
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