World Flute Society


Quarterly Flute Donation

An anonymous World Flute Society member has donated this quarter’s raffle flute. It is an Amon Olorin Native American-style flute made by Ken Light. It is made from western red cedar. The key of the flute is G. It is a six-hole flute. This flute is 22 inches long. The flute’s sound is wonderful.



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

Tickets are $5 each. You may purchase as many as you desire. The raffle lasts until May 20, 2016. The winner will be announced on May 25, 2016.

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!


Last Quarter's Donation Flute

World Flute Society member Dr. Oliver W. Jones of Wild Horse Mountain Flutes graciously donated last quarter’s flute. This is an unusual flute for Dr. Jones, as typically his flutes are made from cedar or a similar wood. This extraordinary Native American-style flute is made from highly-figured tiger maple, stained to enhance the wood’s pattern. Dr. Jones states that this flute was crafted according to the specification’s of his Comanche friend and mentor, Carney Saupitty, Sr. (1924-2008). He feels that Carney was the best craftsman for the traditional Native American flute. Every flute that Carney made warbled. To Dr. Jones’ knowledge, Carney never sold or gifted a flute to a non-Indian; Dr. Jones was the exception.

The key of the flute is F#. It is a six-hole flute. This flute is 24 inches long with a 3/4-inch internal diameter. The ties are made from brain-tanned and smoked buckskin. This is a warble flute. The flute’s sound it wonderful.

Winner: Jefferson Svengsouk