The Native American flutes Unique Design
The ‘two chambered duct flute’, now typically called the Native American flute, is a unique design specific to North America. A two-chambered duct flute has a slow rather then fast air chamber at the end head of the flute where the air is blown in. There is the channel or duct, which carries air from this chamber to the split edge where some of the air is conducted down through the sound chamber or bore of the flute. A dense and solid area splits these two chambers apart.
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