Historical, Musical, and Cultural Perspectives of the Flute

This page is dedicated to the Indigenous North American flute, the Native American-style flute, and world flutes. Topics will deal with the history, evolution, musical and cultural aspects of various flutes, and individuals who have made a significant impact within the flute world. The primary article is password protected. All photos/images are copyright protected. If you would like to contribute to the project by submitting an article, video, or other data, please contact us at: worldflutes@AOL.COM


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Michael Graham Allen (Coyote Oldman): "Michael Graham Allen: A Life of Flutes and Music"

          Web site: www.coyoteoldman.com

          Photo: MGA Performing with a Native American-style flute of his own creation

          Photo: MGA and Peter Phippen on stage

          Photo: MGA, Peter Phippen, and Victoria Shoemaker

          Photo: Michael Graham Allen (Coyote Oldman), 10-3-2021

          Michael Graham Allen Flutes "Dream Flutes"

          Michael Graham Allen Elderberry Rim-Blown Flute: Made from an elderberry stalk that grows in    

                    front of his workshop. It is based on New Zealand flutes. It is 4-1/2 inches long.

          Michael Graham Allen Cicada Block Design