Native American Flute: A Comprehensive Guide ~ History & Craft updates and combines into one volume The Native American Flute: Myth, History, Craft and Native American Flute Craft to present a comprehensive history and crafting guide to the native flute. Native American Flute explores the documented history and mythology of the Native American flute, debunking the popular belief that the flute is only a man's instrument. Native American Flute provides an in-depth, fully illustrated, step-by-step manual for crafting one of the most stirring instruments ever invented, the Native American flute. Learn the flute's celebrated history and build it in all its forms, from the ancient end-blown flute to the modern two-chamber flute, drone, and more. Native American Flute's detailed history and thorough, easy-to-follow crafting instructions provide novice and pro alike the tools and understanding to craft personalized Native American flutes from a variety of materials, including wood, bamboo, PVC, and more while honoring the flute's cherished journey from ancient times to present day. Explore. Craft. Play.
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About the Author
C.S. Fuqua has been crafting and playing Native American flutes professionally for nearly 30 years. He specializes in Native American flute and Americana music, DF/SF/H and literary fiction, and music-related nonfiction. His published books include Big Daddy's Fast-Past Gadget, Native American Flute Craft, Muscle Shoals ~ The Hit Capital's Heyday & Beyond, White Trash & Southern ~ Collected Poems Volume I, and The Swing: Poems of Fatherhood, among others. His work has appeared widely in publications as diverse as The Christian Science Monitor, Naval History, Main Street Rag, and Year's Best Horror Stories. Please visit his websites at csfuqua.com and csfuqua.bandcamp.com.