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  • Don

    Dryad's Kiss ~ A sterling silver flute made by John Lunn ~ Photo by...Jeff Nintzel©

  • Karen Gillmore

    Beautiful hand made flute by John Lunn. If I had one of these, I'd have to learn to play a keyed flute!

  • Karen Gremp

    hand made flute by John Lunn... I'd love to play this beautiful flute!

  • Hilah Zohar

    Handmade Fute by John Lunn ~ How cool to be able to play on a handmade flute!!

  • SnoWave

    Beautiful hand made flute by John Lunn ; whimsical/fantasy musical instrument somewhere or like the Kush phonograph

Hands Made, Music Instruments, Keys, Beautiful Flutes, Beautiful Hands, Sterling Silver, Plays, Handmade, John Lunn

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"The Dryad's Touch flute detail," 18k green gold flute, 2009, by Jeff Nintzel -- "As a silversmith, novelist, musician and flutemaker, I have been working for many years to create an art form that incorporates the three disciplines of music, sculpture and storytelling." Click through for more awe-inspiring flutes and astonishing touches.

When he was a young man my Father played the flute, sadly I never heard him play. But that's alright, his memory lingers on like a song in my soul.


Tú eres mi refugio, tú me libras de los peligros y me colmas con la alegría de la salvación. Flute

I should start playing my flute again.. I am starting to miss my music side.

Worshiping My Savior JESUS With My Music As I Bask In His Beautiful Creation!

This flute signifies Hamlet's reference in the quote " you think I am easier to be played on than a pipe? Call me what instrument you cannot play upon me." This refers to Hamlet's recollection of Rozencrantz and Guildenstern and their lies. He knows what they are doing and says that they can not fool him and play him so easy, just like a flute.