American Indian flutes These flutes sound magical! And they are easy to play - (no previous knowledge necessary. Setup for 5 (pentatonic) or 6 tones (diatonic). High craftsmanship made in USA.
Double Flutes have two pipes. One pipe is like a regular flute, the second pipe plays the ground pitch, that plays paralell. It sound as there is a second flute playing. Setup for 5 or 6 tones.
The Tripel Flute is the only flute with three pipes, where you can adjust the second ground tone with a leather band. You can play two parallel ground tones in addition to the flute playing. Sounds like three flute players. Setup for 5 or 6 tones.
These Bass Flutes have a extra wide diameter and expand the sound spectrum for the bass section. Incl. single Flute stand.
Easy-to-play plastic flutes. They have only one hole which allows the player through overblowing, like with a Slovakian Fujara, to reach a series of overtones up to 6 octaves. You can make a third base tone through closing the big opening at the end of the fl ute, creating a lively and virtuous sound.
The Dan Moi is the traditional jew's harp of the Vietnamese mountain people Hmong. Hand-made by a small number of excellent local craftsmen, this brass instrument captivates even novices by being easily playable and having a brilliant sound, rich in overtones.
The Spirit Flute is suited for outdoor activities, making it an ideal travel flute. Spirit Flutes are tuned to major scales and are available in both pentatonic and diatonic scales. The pentatonic scale flutes have 5 holes and the diatonic scale flutes have 6 holes. Unlike Native flutes which are tuned to minor scales, Spirit Flutes are tuned to major scales that are more uplifting and joyous. The pentatonic Spirit Flute is ideal for "Home Schooling". Because it is so easy to learn, children are motivated and inspired to continue their music education.