soulfully voiced to an Em
(A=432) pentatonic scale, modes 1 & 4, this
(Pinus longaeva) branch flute sings with a mellow,
controllable warble on the fundamental (as heard in the
sound sample) ~
a warbling flute being highly valued by the old time,
traditional Native American flute players. As with
all Dryad Flutes, this ancient branch was bored out
unsplit, with the
appearance, strength and integrity of the growth rings
intact and respected. The deep crevices that were in
extremely weathered branch have been inlaid with turquoise
finished flute has been kept free of any petroleum based
sealed only with shellac, sanded and buffed to a natural
coated with carnauba wax. This gorgeous flute
23 1/4" in
length, and has a slightly tapered sound chamber from 1"
hole down to 7/8" at the foot of the flute.
lacing lends its strength to secure the
bird to her nest. To help prevent wetout, the bird
fitted with a cedar shoe, and a drain hole, covered by the
been designed into the air chamber.
A high quality, Dryad Flute Pouch custom made for this flute by Sabine,
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