How to take care of a Native American Flute?

Native American Flute, like any instrument, requires to be properly taken care of. A lot depends on the type of wood the flute was made of: Hard wood , high density ( oak, mahogany ) is more resistant to damage and temperature changes, has a clearer and sharper sound. Soft wood and lower density ( [...]

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First Steps with Native American flute (NASF) – 5 steps

How to start playing the Native American Flute? Assuming you’ve already a purchased Native American Flute in your hands, follow these few hints to get you started well with this instrument: 1. Arranging hands. Suggested hand placement depends on whether you are right-handed or left-handed. Right-handed people usually keep their left hand on top and [...]

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Previous concerts – where we played already?

In last years we played in many places and for sure with some of you we have already met somewhere live. Below I have wrote a list of some of the archival concerts before 2015 that I can still recall. Have you been at any of them? I will gladly receive invitations to play some [...]

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