World Flute Society

 

Quarterly Flute Donation

World Flute Society member Odell Borg of High Spirits Flutes graciously donated this quarter’s flute. The High Spirits 25th Anniversary Flute, in the key of A minor, is made from aromatic cedar and sealed with non-toxic oils to give it a full, warm, and resonant voice. This flute has a specially designed fetish, which honors 2015 as the 25th anniversary of High Spirits Flutes. Started out of a garage in southern California, High Spirits creator Odell Borg is proud to share this unique commemorative flute with one of you. This silver-anniversary flute will be available for sale on the High Spirits Web site later this year.

Thank you, Odell, for your kind spirit and generous support of the World Flute Society.

Tickets are $5 each. You may purchase as many as you desire. The raffle lasts until August 20, 2015. The winner will be announced on August 25, 2015.

Special Note: You do not have to be a member of the World Flute Society in order to buy raffle tickets! Anyone can buy tickets and win!

Please send funds made payable to:

World Flute Society
3351 Mintonville Point Drive
Suffolk, VA 23435  USA

Thank you for your support of the World Flute Society!

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Last Quarter's Donation Flute

World Flute Society member Dr. Oliver W. Jones, Jr. of Wild Horse Mountain Flutes graciously donated last quarter’s flute. The flute has a nice warble, characteristic of Dr. Jones’ highly-sought-after flutes. It is a crafted Comanche flute according to mentoring that Dr. Jones received from a member of the Comanche Nation, George “Woogie” Watchetaker. The key is F# and the wood is Juniperous virginians, also called eastern juniper or eastern aromatic cedar. The total length of the flute is 23 inches. The internal diameter is 3/4 of an inch. The ties are traditional brain-tanned and smoked buckskin.

Thank you, Dr. Jones, for generously donating this beautiful flute. Your kindness and giving spirit is truly appreciated.

Winner: Harold Chambers