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Douglas fir flute in the key of hi D# A Native American style flute in the key of hi D, made from Western red cedar. Middle Eastern hi D - Cherry
#5958 Douglas Fir hi D#
Our Price: $170.00
This little Douglas fir flute is so small and fun to play! It is tuned to the key of hi D# sounds almost like a penny whistle but with a sweet quality that wood lends to the voice. It would be a good idea to make or buy a carrying case to protect this flute. This is a very small flute! It is so small that some people with large fingers can’t play it very easily. I have average sized fingers for a woman, and I love playing it. It’s has a very bright and cheerful voice. These little flutes like to be pushed and played loud.

This Middle Eastern tuned hi D is made from a dark piece of
western red cedar. It would be a good idea to buy or make a carrying case to
protect this flute. The lowest hole is offset to the right making it better
suited for a right handed person.

This Middle Eastern tuned hi D is made from a lovely piece of cherry wood. It is hard and durable making it an excellent choice for someone who wants to travel or hike with it. The lowest hole is offset to the right making it better suited for a right handed person.
Middle Eastern style Hijaz flute in the key of A# made of cherry wood Middle Eastern style Hijaz flute in the key of A, made of curly maple.
This cherry wood flute is tuned to a Middle Eastern Hijaz scale in the key of A#. The wood is hard and durable and gives the flute a sweet , clear quality to the voice.

This Middle Eastern style flute is made of a highly figured piece of curly maple. This is a hard and durable wood so it would be a excellent choice for someone who wants to take their flute hiking or traveling.It has a different fingering than our other flutes with the lowest hole set further away from the rest of the holes. We often offset this hole to one side to make it easier to reach. This kind of flute is a little more difficult to play because of the unusual finger hole placement.