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» Terry Frazier; B Minor In Cedar

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About 2 1/2 weeks ago I bought a midrange key of B flute made of cedar. The maker is Terry Frazier. Terry is known as a sculptor as well as a flute
maker and is from OK. The flute I bought is large bore and has a super nice tonal quality that I liked immediately. I'd never heard of Terry until I met
him at the National Powwow in July, and I bought this flute after selling my High Spirits key of G in walnut on the same day. Terry has many flutes
to choose from--some carved and others plain. He also has a few CDs out too.

Anyway, I like the way the flute handled and how it sounds. I felt like I'd played it all my life, and it's quickly become one of my favorites in my
collection.

Ginger


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smile.gif tongue.gif biggrin.gif laugh.gif

It's always nice to find a flute you click with. I wish you many happy days of play!


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QUOTE(Red Hawk @ Sep 19 2017, 11:26 AM) *
About 2 1/2 weeks ago I bought a midrange key of B flute made of cedar. The maker is Terry Frazier. Terry is known as a sculptor as well as a flute
maker and is from OK. The flute I bought is large bore and has a super nice tonal quality that I liked immediately. I'd never heard of Terry until I met
him at the National Powwow in July, and I bought this flute after selling my High Spirits key of G in walnut on the same day. Terry has many flutes
to choose from--some carved and others plain. He also has a few CDs out too.

Anyway, I like the way the flute handled and how it sounds. I felt like I'd played it all my life, and it's quickly become one of my favorites in my
collection.

Ginger
It sounds beautiful, Ginger... Large bore with super nice tonal quality is definitely something that appeals to me... And, yes, always nice to find a flute that you click with smile.gif

Pic? Sound file? biggrin.gif

Enjoy... smile.gif


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Here's a link:

https://www.frazierflutes.com/


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