Lost Trail [Showcase] Native American Style Flutes
THE LOST TRAIL Native American-style flutes were created by flute maker, Brian Evancho.
- Flute #1 is in the key of F# and is made from 400-year-old Alaskan Yellow Cedar from Tenakee Springs, Alaska. The block is made of Paduk, Alaskan Cedar and Maple. The length of this flute is 23-1/4".
- Flute #2 is in the key of F# and is made from 400-year-old Alaskan yellow cedar with magnolia end caps. The block is made of lightning-struck Poplar. The length of this flute is 23-1/2".
- Flute #3 is in the key of F# and is made of Poplar with natural earth pigments added in the oiling process. The block is also made of Poplar. The length of this flute is 23-3/4".
- Flute #4 is in the key of Gm and is made of Southern Yellow Pine with one magnolia end cap. The block is made of Walnut with Poplar. The length of this flute is 23-7/8".
- Flute #5 is in the key of Gm and is made of Tulip Poplar with two inlaid bands of blue stone. The block is made of Cherry wood. The length of this flute is 22-13/16".
All flutes have fully tenon style (sleeved) end caps for strength
All flutes are sealed and protected inside and out with Odies Oil finishes [4-5 coats of oils and waxes, 100% natural] to allow for protection of the wood. They are easily freshened up with any beeswax-based wax.
Watch the videos below to hear and see these flutes in action!
These flutes do not come with a fleece bag, please select a flute bag from our selection that best fits this flute.
Made by Brian Evancho of Lost Trail Flutes
Not Native Made