Celebrating the Musical and Cultural Expressions of the World's Indigenous and Folk Flute Traditions
Quarterly Raffle Flute
Daniel Spina graciously donated this quarter’s raffle flute. It is in the key of G minor. It is tuned to A=440. It is tuned at a temperature of between 72 and 76 degrees Fahrenheit, at an elevation of 230 feet above sea level. The primary body of this flute is made from yellow heart, and both the crown and the distal end are made from bubinga. All six finger holes are highlighted with black walnut. The block is also made from bubinga. Atop the block sits a hand-carved black walnut Grizzly bear. The length of the flute is 22 inches. Please visit Daniel online: www.etsy.com/shop/handcraftedflutes/?etsrc=sdt
Thank you, Daniel Spina, for your kindness and generous support of the World Flute Society.
Tickets are $5 each. You may purchase as many as you desire. The raffle lasts until May 26, 2023.
The winner will be announced on May 31, 2023.
You do not have to be a member of the World Flute Society in order to enter and win. The quarterly raffle
is open to everyone!
Please send funds made payable to:
World Flute Society
20735 Morning Star Road
Lead, SD 57754 USA
Thank you for your support of the World Flute Society!
Last Quarter's Donation Flute
Anonymous graciously donated last quarter’s raffle flute. It is a walnut Native American-style flute in A minor made by Butch Hall. It is a beautiful piece of walnut. It has a turquoise button above the finger holes. The flute has an image of a prairie chicken on the bottom. Not many of this image was used by Butch Hall on his flutes. The length of the flute is 18 inches. It was made in 2002. Also being sent with this flute is a book by Russ Jones called Flutes, which features photos of various flutes
Thank you, Anonymous, for your kindness and generous support of the World Flute Society.
Winner: Maria Gabriela Hydle