The Art of Native American Flute Making

The Art of Native American Flute Making
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Publisher : CreateSpace
Total Pages : 166
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ISBN-10 : 1514845989
ISBN-13 : 9781514845981
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Book Synopsis The Art of Native American Flute Making by : Charlie Mato-Toyela

Download or read book The Art of Native American Flute Making written by Charlie Mato-Toyela and published by CreateSpace. This book was released on 2015-07-15 with total page 166 pages. Available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle. Book excerpt: The best way to learn to make Native American Flutes is to learn from someone who already makes them. This time honored tradition is how they have been made for the last 8000 years or so. This book leads the reader down the path of flute making which its creator had originally taken and with the experience of 28 years of work in the craft, he provides an edge for those wanting to learn how to make Native American Flutes. From beginning to end and with many types of flutes as well as materials to make them out of, this book teaches both advanced as well as the upcoming flute maker just starting the journey.


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