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    Painting of NAF player - First Flute by Gloria Tara Lowery

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      Painting of NAF player - First Flute by Gloria Tara Lowery

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    NAF player enjoying her flute in the western US mountains.

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    FLUTES The Native American flute is an end-blown flute fashioned either from cane (such as river cane), hardwood (such as walnut), or softwood (such as cedar). Theoretically, the instrument's archetype is the Anasazi flute developed by the Ancient Pueblo Peoples of Oasisamerica. The Anasazi flute seems to derive from Mesoamerican flute designs.(Mt)

    numerous group of Native American believe that traditional Native American religions is better for Native American culture. They are even not happy about the growing interest in Native American Arts because they believe none native people will not understand their traditional knowledge.

    The Trickster by Gary Randall. Kokopelli plays his flute to chase away winter in this American Southwest petrogylph

    The Flute Player by Z. S. LiangN.A ۩ ART ۩ Z.S.LIANG➳ʈɦuɲɖҽɽwσℓʄ➳

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    Kokopelli Doll: The Kokopelli is an ancient Anasazi symbol.. His main task is to provide abundance, fertility and rainmaking.

    "Ojibwa Performer Playing Flute", 1937. No additional information (by Marquette University Archives, via Flickr)

    My favourite flute player. Mary Youngblood (raised as Mary Edwards) is a Northern California Native American flutist. She is half Aleut, and half Seminole. Youngblood was born in Sacramento, California. She has been awarded three Native American Music Awards, being the first woman to win “Flutist of the Year,” which she won in both 1999 and 2000, as well as winning “Best Female Artist” in 2000.

    These flutes were made by Native Americans. Each flute was individually made so that each flute has a unique sound. These flutes are made of wood, usually cedar. The soothing and relaxing sounds of these flutes means that it was often used in prayer and other religious rituals.

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