SOUTHWESTERN FLUTES
Pre-historic southwestern cultures produced birdcalls, whistles, and small flutes from bone, and reed—together with large highly evolved flutes of wood. The later Basketmaker and early Pueblo periods, formerly “Anasazi”, gave rise to some of the most sophisticated instruments in the pre-contact American Southwest. These early flutes and their present day decedents have a beautifully warm, and often exotic quality.

Basketmaker in B

Broken Flute Cave A-14450 Replica

Six Hole • Rim Blown Oblique

Decidedly ancestral and time-worn. With a beautiful black iron oxide, weathered finish, and sinew bindings, this replica is a great display piece. Resonant and expressive, with nice sensitivity, control, and beautiful timbre. (BSK00134)

$250 us

Available / Made to Order
with Leather Wrap

Basketmaker in E

Six Hole • Rim Blown

A distinctive red iron oxide finish and agave fibre bindings, give this flute a rustic look and feel. It’s very easy to play, with good sensitivity, control, and a vibrant, bold timbre. (BSK00136)

$150 us

Made to Order
with Leather Wrap

Basketmaker in A

Six Hole • Rim Blown

Natural tobacco with yellow ochre and traditional sinew bindings, give this flute a truly authentic look and feel. It’s very easy to play, with exceptional dynamic range, great sensitivity and control, with a beautiful timbre. (BSK00137)

$150 us

Available / Made to Order
with Leather Wrap

Mojave in B

Four Hole • Rim Blown

This traditional Mojave style flute is made with Toco (a false agave), and fairly thin walled, giving it a very resonant, bold timbre. (MOJ00123)

$200 us

Made to Order
with Leather Case

Mojave + in B

Five Hole • Rim Blown • Left

This extended Mojave style flute is made with Sunchu, a heavy grained dense stalk with a beautiful, Red Iron Oxide finish. It’s easy to play, strong and clear, with bold timbre. (MOJ00124)

$100 us

Available / Made to Order
with Leather Wrap

Please Note: We are not enrolled members of a federally recognized tribe, as defined by the US Federal Government, or The Indian Arts and Crafts Act (P.L. 101-644). Our “Native American Style Flutes” are not “Native American Made”. If you are looking for a flute made by an enrolled member of a US federally recognized tribe, we are more than happy to recommend other makers in North America.

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