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The Art Of Native American Flute Making by Charlie Mato-Toyela (2015-07-15)

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  • By R.R. on October 6, 2015

    Very detailed and loaded with the history of the Native American Indian flutes. The plans are welll illustrated. Made several flutes already.

  • By Guest on June 29, 2016

    all the information needed to be a flute maker.

  • By VeraGirl on April 24, 2016

    An excellent book for the novice flutemaker. My husband loves it.

  • By Cheryl Ann Ketcher on September 13, 2015

    Very informative and instructive, a very well composed book I enjoy every page.

  • By Guest on October 12, 2015

    Magnífico libro, no se ha guardado ningún secreto.

  • By Michael on March 28, 2016

    So far, so good. Well illustrated text. Not as "step-wise" as I might have thought, but the information is all here. As I am a tech writer and routinely write "how to" procedures..... I am probably pickier than the rest with how a "how-to" manual is laid out. As I said, the information is all here, but not quite in the order I would have expected it to be in. The excellent illustrations make up for this though, so all in all I would say this is a great manual for someone wanting to make themselves a Native American "style" flute.

  • By Renee on August 12, 2015

    Absolutely loved it! I believe I am qualified to rate this book, as I have been making Native American style flutes myself since 1983. For those that have seen Charlie's YouTube videos (, his straightforward style and humble manner so familiar on screen transfers readily to the printed page. It is filled with decades of practical experience and wisdom. I have not yet had the pleasure of meeting Charlie, but after seeing him so often on video, and now after reading his long-anticipated book, I feel we are kindred spirits. If you are new to flute making and want an brain aneurysm from all the math, read Lew Paxton Price's books. If you want to hit the ground running and make real, beautiful sounding, heirloom quality flutes, you need look no further than this book. Well done, Blue Bear!Dave MurphyGreyWolf Creations, Lincoln, NE

  • By Timothy Waters on July 15, 2016

    Very informative. The approach by the authors was well done. Charlie Mato-Toyela is an excellent teacher as well a an excellent flute maker. If you are interested in Native American flute and particularly in making one this book is worth the read. The book credits Jessie Mato-Toyela as the photographer and I would say all photography and illustration were excellent and detailed. I would definitley recommend this book.

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