Native American style split branch flute in the key of G.

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I made this split branch five hole native American style flute out of a branch
off my Quaking Aspen tree. It is 20 inches long, tuned to the key G.

Materials like river reeds, corn stalks, sunflower stalks, gourds, tree
branches and bamboo are all used in making native style flutes. I like the
imperfections that come from each one as it grows making each flute unique in
itself. They have different looks and tonal qualities. My personal favorite is
always the flute I'm working on.

Here is a little history. The Native American flute has been reported to be
the third oldest known musical instrument in the world. Drums were discovered
first, and then various rattles. Flutes had many different configurations -
2,3,4,5,6,7 or 8 holes.

Native flutes are used for many reasons, usually varying by tribe. The Tribes
used flutes for different dances and spirit calling ceremonies, Pow Wows, and
for entertainment. The Hopi Tribe had flute societies that performed powerful
prayer ceremonies with their flutes. The Lakota Tribes used the flute for
courting and love songs.

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