Ref. N8079 - IH
Golden eagle Quilted maple american native High Spirit flute in F#
Inseparable from the culture of the native peoples of North America, whether Apaches, Cherokees, Iroquois, Lakotas or Navajos, the Amerindian flute, or native flute (in English "Native American Flute", often abbreviated as "NAF") , transports us far, far away, to the heart of the great plains and majestic landscapes of America.
Closely linked to shamanism, she has the gift of captivating anyone who listens to her music. Its mystical sound, always tinged with a certain melancholy, tells us louder than words the fascinating story of these native peoples.
The native flute is an instrument of "intuitive music" par excellence, playable by everyone, even without any prior knowledge or musical practice. Its playing, close to that of the recorder, offers a great wealth of nuances (glissando, vibrato, staccato, etc.), with disturbing expressiveness.
Played by the Indians of North America, the native flute, with its majestic sound, is an instrument that can be played by all. Its playing (close to that of the recorder) is rich in nuances (glissando, vibrato, staccato ...). You can play it directly on the mouthpiece or use a bevelled plastic tip that does not alter the wood with the acidity of the saliva. Each flute is adorned with a bird on the bevel of the instrument, attached to it by a leather ribbon. It has 6 holes, but the 3rd hole of the left hand is often closed with a large removable leather ligature, to transform it into a 5-hole flute. An instruction booklet with DVD is provided with each flute.
The Golden Eagle model is in the tone of F # (F #) and measures between 60 and 65 cm in length. It is in quilted maple, adorned with beige and brown leather straps.
This Lakota (Native American people also called Sioux) type model in F # is very precise, ideal for solo play, slightly lower than the Redtail Hawk in G. This key is that used in most Native American Indian flute recordings. This flute is recommended for people who have already played a wind instrument. The Golden Eagle, with its melodic sound, creates a mystical atmosphere.
Note: The shades and waves of the wood may vary slightly from one instrument to another.