“This web site began on September 22, 2002, several years after I started playing Native American Flutes. I had started collecting resources on playing and making flutes that begged to be shared, and the Web was the best way to share this information. The original site, FluteKey.com, was a simple list of resources, including sheet music, fingering diagrams, measurements of the Anasazi flutes from the Broken Flute Cave, samples of the sounds of flutes in various keys, an on-line version of the NAFlutomat program to assist flute makers with construction measurements, and various sundry information.
Response was dramatic and traffic grew quickly. People were hungry for information! We continued to post topics over the years, largely in the realm of resources as opposed to actual flute instruction. …”
Visit website for more information on native American flutes and excellent resources. (ed.)
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