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Quarterly Raffle Flute



Dana Ross of Falcon Flutes graciously donated this quarter’s raffle flute. It is a Native Rose Signature Native American-style flute. The body of the flute is created of beautiful tiger maple, with red heart end-caps, wenge accents, and red coral inlay. Included is a carved and painted Native Rose artwork with the moon, wolf, and roses! Each of these flutes are handcrafted and voiced beautifully. They feel nice and light in your hands and play easily.  The flute is 26 inches long and in the key of G .




Thank you, Dana Ross, 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 February 25, 2024.

The winner will be announced on February 29, 2024.

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 Raffle Flute

Eric Raum has graciously donated this quarter’s donation flute. It is a low C copper flute in arctic burl finish. The copper flute is a musically diverse instrument, playing in C minor and D minor in two full registers. It is the product of more than a year of research and development. This model comes with the newly updated head joint. The flute body is made of copper, and no paint or dye is used. The colors come from using different techniques to form a natural patina on the copper itself. The tunable head joint is

made from a custom polymer specially developed for its acoustic properties. Whether you have played another world flute, or have never before picked up an instrument, you will quickly find yourself making soulful music of your own with the copper flute. Visit Eric on the Internet:



Thank you, Eric Raum, for your kindness and generous support of the World Flute Society.

Winner: Ron Bracale

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