Flutes etc.

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I know Odell Borg’s (of High Spirits Flutes) idea of putting a flute in virtually EVERY person’s hand on the planet is a BIG one, and maybe not really feasible, but something to work towards.  Imagine if there were enough people playing the flute every day bringing peace to themselves, that we reached critical mass and the world tipped toward peace and harmony in a BIG way.  Well, THAT is my goal, to assist with bringing a more peaceful environment for Love to blossom and grow.

So, my part is to help Odell get the flutes into the world.  I am a vendor for High Spirits Flutes in Patagonia, Arizona and offer my customers Free Shipping (to continental US locations).  These are the easiest flutes to play that I have found in the industry.  For more flutes and accessories, visit HighSpirits.com

Flutes (all come with instructional DVD and booklet except where noted):

Pocket Flutes (11″ long) come in 2 minor keys (A and G) and are the highest octave High Spirits makes for these keys and fit easily in your pocket or backpack. They’re great companions to the lower keyed flutes of same key. No DVD included.

Pocket flutes

The Kestrel flutes (15″ long) come in 3 minor keys (D, F#, E) and are the highest octave High Spirits makes for these keys. They’re great companions to the lower keyed flutes of the same keys.

Keys available

The Merlin flute (17.75″) is the highest octave in the key of C minor that High Spirits makes and is also a great companion for the lower C flutes.

The Whitetail Hawk in B minor is slightly smaller (17.5″ long) than the Sparrow Hawk, but a wonderful starter flute for smaller hands.  The Birch wood gives a clear resonant voice to this fun flute.

Wood types

The Gray Hawk flute (17.75″ long) is in the key of B♭ (A#) minor and has a bluesy voice and a lot of fun to play with other instruments.

The First Hawk flute (19″ long) is an A minor Spanish Cedar flute and is great for beginners. It’s light weight and easy to play.

The Sparrow Hawk flute in A minor is a basic beginner’s flute (20″ long) that I carry everywhere to play as desired, that works for most people who have small to medium sized hands.

Wood types and features

The Redtail Hawk in G minor is a great starter flute (23.5″ long) that is slightly longer and a little deeper sound for people with medium to large hands.

Wood types and features

The Golden Eagle in F# minor is longer (28″ long) and deeper in pitch and a popular performance flute.

Wood types and Features

Double Drone Flutes: Contact Twinfeathers for more info on other flutes at highspirits.com

Double Kestrel in high D minor one of the higher drone flutes in Birch for only $219.

Double Merlin in high C minor another higher drone flute in Walnut for only $225.

Double Whitetail Hawk in high B minor is easy to enjoy the drone aspect of flutes in Walnut for only $235.

Double Sparrow Hawk in A minor requires more breath and is generally good for players with some experience.

Wood types

Double Redtail Hawk in G minor, my current favorite,  requires a bit more breath than the A and is well suited for advanced players.

Wood types

Double Golden Eagle in F# minor is for advanced players and takes some strong breath control, but an incredibly haunting sound.

Wood types

For more flutes from High Spirits with Free shipping, please contact Twinfeathers.

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