The Heart Of Native American Flute Making
This is a comprehensive step-by-step DVD on how to construct a five hole G minor Native American flute. Beginning from the basics it includes the following chapters: Getting started; Split, Plane and Router; Drill; Glue and Clamp; Lathe Turning; Constructing the Roost; Creating Sound and Tuning; Finishing. It also provides a chapter on crafting flutes with hand tools only. This is a high quality production by flute maker and flautist Raymond Redfeather. He shares his insight on simple methods to help you create your first Native American flute or improve on methods that you already may be using. Taught by Michael Graham Allen of Coyote Oldman Music , Raymond shares with others so that the Spirit of the Native American flute may be kept alive. This is one of the best first time flute maker s resources on the market.
About the Actor
Raymond Redfeather is a mixed-blood Ojibwa(Aniishenabeg) Indian. Raymond is a flute maker by trade over 12 years and has traveled extensively throughout North America and Europe teaching workshops on flute making and as well as cultural education about the history of the flute.
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