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September 21 2011 Native American Newsletter

This week's article was suggested by my best friend, who recently discovered Native American Flute Music. Having played the flute in middle school, she is considering trying an older version of this instrument.

The Native American Flute
Evolving from small whistles made of bone, wood, and cane, the Native American Flute is a uniquely crafted instrument. Its beautiful music was heard across the Americas for eons, and has surged in popularity world-wide.

I hope you enjoy the links included in the article. As the world and Turtle Island seem to shrink with instant global communication, we all can share in the traditional music of Peoples near and far. Its simplicity and honesty can be relaxing, soothing, medicine for our hectic lives. But then, sometimes it's good to "cut loose" and "rock out!" The versatile Native American flute can both sooth and rock.

So join us in the forum for more links to traditional and contemporary flute music. Share some of your favorites with us. Here's the link. It's simple and FREE to register.

Until next time, take a few minutes to reconnect and enjoy the ancient music of the flute, as you

Walk in Balance and Beauty

Jane Winkler, Native American Editor

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