Voicings
For an explanation please go HERE


Please note that due to their size (approx 540k) these files will take a while to transfer to your computer. However once transferred, if your browser begins to play them automatically, there is usually also an option to save them to your hard-disk so you won't need to transfer them again if you want to play them later. These examples haven't been electronically modified in any way.




WOODLANDS (key-E)
WOODLANDS (key-G)
This is an example of the voice usually associated with a Native American style flute constructed in the woodlands style.


PLAINS (key-E)
PLAINS (key-G)
This is an example of the voice usually associated with a Native American style flute constructed in the plains style.

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Tim Van Dusen
Flute Spirit  -  flutes & music
P.O. Box 433 - Edgemont, Pa - 19028







































What's in a voice?


The sound characteristics of an instrument is known as the Voice, just as the sound associated with different people is also known as the voice. Native American style flutes typically have two different voices with variations of each. Different people prefer different voices, so I offer the option for either of the two, or any variation between the two. Due to construction techniques required to make the various voices, slight variations in the instruments as pictured on my product selection page are required.

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