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Native American style flutes by Laughing Crow (Richard Maynard)

Flutes in the Native American Style created by a musician for the musician.


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The Native American style flute pictured below is the "Mallard" flute.  I was inspired to make this flute after seeing Kevin Locke who is a well-known flute player and hoop dancer from the Lakota tribe playing one like it.  This bird represents the lead mallard who guides the flock back home to the homelands of the Lakota in the Spring.   The Mallard is carved from Redwood, and finished with semi-gloss lacquer.  The head is painted with acrylics before the final finish is applied.  The fetish is of Walnut and tied on with deer hide. 

I'm often asked by the children if this flute quacks like a duck.  Click on the flute if you would like to find out!

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Mallard Flute in E minor  
Redwood Mallard Flute in Em Price: $499.00
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