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MaliTHREE MOSSI flautas, 1045 Subasta de África y de Oceanía Arte, Lote 96

MaliTHREE MOSSI flautas, 1045 Subasta de África y de Oceanía Arte, Lote 96

Mescalero Apache, Arizona, late 19th century Courting flute. National Music Museum.  http://orgs.usd.edu/nmm/AmericanIndigenous/871/871ApachefluteleftsideLG.jpg

Mescalero Apache, Arizona, late 19th century Courting flute. National Music Museum. http://orgs.usd.edu/nmm/AmericanIndigenous/871/871ApachefluteleftsideLG.jpg

never forget who we were by mooncalfe on DeviantArt

on Deviant Art

Quena Paracas de 5 orificios Tomado de  http://www.liveauctioneers.com/item/17980364_extremely-rare-paracas-5-note-flute

L〰Paracas 5 note flute

"The drums beat and the flutes sang and the spectators held their breath." (3) This shows how important music was to the Igbo culture and how much they worshiped it.

"The drums beat and the flutes sang and the spectators held their breath." This shows how important music was to the Igbo culture and how much they worshiped it.

This photo will click through to a very nice gallery of Native American Flutes created by Recording Artist and Award-Winning Custom Flute Maker, Charles Littleleaf, of the Confederated Tribes of the Warm Springs Reservation, Oregon.

This photo will click through to a very nice gallery of Native American Flutes created by Recording Artist and Award-Winning Custom Flute Maker, Charles Littleleaf, of the Confederated Tribes of the Warm Springs Reservation, Oregon.

Panpipes  Unknown culture after A.D. 1600  Object Place: Peru

Panpipes Unknown culture after A.

http://www.ebay.com/itm/XL-OCARINA-SNAKE-FLUTE-WHISTLE-ETHNIC-MEXICAN-MUSICAL-PERCUSSION-ART-INSTRUMENT-

http://www.ebay.com/itm/XL-OCARINA-SNAKE-FLUTE-WHISTLE-ETHNIC-MEXICAN-MUSICAL-PERCUSSION-ART-INSTRUMENT-

Flute (Putorino) Date: ca. 1800–1820 Geography: New Zealand, Bay of Plenty region Culture: Maori people

Flute (Putorino) Date: ca. Geography: New Zealand, Bay of Plenty region Culture: Maori people

Flute  Gurunsi, Burkina Faso  The Museum of Fine Arts, Boston

Flute Gurunsi, Burkina Faso The Museum of Fine Arts, Boston

Wood Ring Flute - African hardwood Bubinga great Native American sound

Items similar to A Dark African hardwood Ring Flute - absolutely gorgeous workmanship on Etsy

Zummara century, Egypt The Museum of Fine Arts, Boston

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End-blown flute (wua). Probably late 19th century. Length 17.9 cm, width 4.2 cm (Length 7 1/16 in., width 1 5/8 in.)

End-blown flute (wua) Probably Bwa people probably late century Object Place: Burkina Faso

Pre-Columbian, Gulf Coast Mexico, ca. 550-950 CE.  Another  slide terracotta whistling flute depicting a standing lord with a wheel behind his back representing the Sun, arms raised in adoration to God.

Pre-Columbian, Gulf Coast Mexico, ca. Another slide terracotta whistling flute depicting a standing lord with a wheel behind his back representing the Sun, arms raised in adoration to God.

April Harrison New Works | april harrison

April Harrison New Works