There is an amazing and ever growing interest in Native American Flutes all over the world. Flute circles are increasing. Resources available to new and experienced players are becoming more available through the Internet.
People are sharing their music using YouTube, the flute portal and other internet sharing services.
There are online flute circles in which you can listen to someone on another continent, state or province far away from your home base and take your own turn to play your music through Pal Talk.
One flute portal offers flute karaoke, a term derived from playing the flute over a track of music and sharing it. Members create their own version of the song and upload it to the site for others to hear.
On another site, you can get involved in a video chat program, sharing music, showing off flutes and having fun just connect to other people who share your interest in these beautiful flutes.
It is exciting to see all of the creative activity that these simple instruments are inspiring all over the world.
See the links in the next column to explore some of the fun things happening with the flutes.
Canadian Players and Makers of the Native American Style Flute
Vancouver Island Flute Circles
Native American Flute Musicians
Echo Hunters Association
Native American Flute Making Forum
Native Flute Accompaniment Instruments
Native American Flute Talk
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