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» The Passing Of Whiteraven


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Mo ran the "North Kent Native American Flute Circle" for over twelve years. One of only two flute circles in the UK and officially registered with INAFA and RNAFF. It was quite a success as noted on the flute circle website - "This flute circle had it's first meeting on the 5th March 2005 with 5 members".

Mo joined the flute portal back in 2008. Not only did she manage to collect a number of flutes but also tried her hand at making them. She had also been know to join in on the native flute making skype chats from time to time.

She travelled to the US several times and met some of you at the pow wows. She knew Douglas Spotted Eagle and his family. Attended Workshops at Zion with Scott August and made flutes with Bill Hughes in Utah.

Mo helped many people interested in the flutes. She ran the circle in a very informal friendly way, with a mixture of regular and new members bringing all manner of native flutes to discuss and share. She was well know for experimenting with different instruments and genres of music. She made several CDs and recordings playing her native flute over hip hop and even heavy metal.

Lee and Gill.

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Sorry to hear that. We conversed on another group at one time, that finally went by the wayside, but I enjoyed her conversations, when the group was still active. That was several years ago, now, probably when she was quite active, in the flute world.

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