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Quarterly Raffle Flute

 

 

Anonymous graciously donated this quarter’s raffle flute. It is a Xavier Quijas Yxayotl clay flute and it is stunning. The main flute has five finger holes and produces a lovely warm sound. As it typical of Xavier’s flutes, it also has two higher, bird-like flute mechanisms that sound like ocarinas. They are located at the top of the flute, toward the main mouthpiece. The sound is produced by blowing into the slits. There is also a round hole at the top of the flute. When you blow into it, the sound is that of the death whistle. Its length is 27 inches. It is 3 inches across. It is truly an interesting flute and it is highly prized, like all of Xavier’s musical creations. Notice the exquisite detail of the faces on the flute.

 

 

 

 

Tickets are $5 each. You may purchase as many as you desire. The raffle lasts until May 27, 2020. The winner will be announced on May 31, 2020.

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

Jim Harris graciously donated last quarter’s raffle flute. It is a Dana Ross (Falcon Flutes) Native American-style flute in the key of A. The block is a badger. It is a six-hole flute. It has inlaid turquoise bands on the ends and around the finger hole area. Its length is 24 inches. It is number #76 of 2007. It comes with a bag.

Thank you, Jim Harris, for your kindness and generous support of the World Flute Society.


Winner: Nancy Benda