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uguna native american style flutes - introduction

Native americans have made flutes of one form or another for thousands of years. Geoff Norman started to make flutes in 1999, after attending a workshop in Norfolk, Massachusetts. He now makes uguna flutes in his workshop in Okehampton, on the northern fringe of Dartmoor, in south west England. Like all native american and native american style flutes, uguna flutes are highly individual but each is made by hand in the traditional way.

All uguna flutes are made from north American softwood - Western Red Cedar, Eastern Red Cedar, Alaskan Yellow Cedar, or Sequoia - the classic woods for flute making. The timbers' strength and lightness combine with the unique details of the instrument’s construction to give the warm, reverberating tone that distinguishes the native american flute.

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