World Flute Society

 

Last Quarter's Donation Flute

An anonymous World Flute Society member donated last quarter’s raffle flute. It is an Amon Olorin Native American-style flute made by Ken Light. It is a unique flute in that it is a crane-head flute. It is highly decorated. It is made from western red cedar. The key of the flute is mid-range A. It is a five-hole flute. This flute is 27.5  inches long, including the beak. The flute’s sound is amazing.


        
                                                                     
Thank you, Anonymous, for your generous support of the World Flute Society.



Winner: April Manning