What are nose flutes?
Nose flutes originate in South America, where they were used by the natives in luring birds for hunting. As its name implies, you blow the nose flute through the nose, and pitch is modulated by the mouth. Using the mouth as the resonance cavity you can achieve a continuous pitch range of several octaves.
Nose flutes are full-fledged musical instruments. In addition, it is possible to imitate countless bird calls. It is easy to learn to play the nose flute (even for children aged 4!). Playing with others, with several voices (ensembles, canons etc.) or exchanging calls with local songbirds is a lot of fun.
What kind of nose flutes do you offer?
I manually craft my flutes, in various unique shapes, from a diverse choice of European and exotic lumbers (the surface is oiled). I make sure to use the proper hardwoods and meticulous workmanship. By the way: the external shape has no effect on the sound. Using the goat leather cord you can hang the flute around your neck as a piece of jewellery and have it always with you ready-for-action.