Why you should buy a (NAF) flute.
Posted By: Bob -
Last Edited: Nov 13, 2017
I won't have this luxury of posting my opinions much longer, so here's something I'd like to share: We just had the Native Rhythms Festival at Wickham Park. That centers on the Native American (Indian) flute (NAF), but included guitar and percussion instruments too. The NAF is the quickest and easiest instrument I know to learn to play passably well, and extra practice brings better skills. It's about the cheapest, with $40-50 for an entry-level flute- something you can outfit a family band with. It's portable, no power needed, fits in a backpack, weighs next to nothing. You can get a knock-about flute in PVC that is waterproof, or a beautiful exotic wood body, or any wood in-between. You can play by yourself, or with others, other flutes, guitars, drums, etc., etc.. It's really an all-around great way to become a musician or add to your existing instrumental repertoire. There are 'flute circles' where you can get free lessons, but you can go a long way on your own, too. Contact the Indian River Flute Circle if you want more information.
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