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» Atenteben Flute From Ghana

kevin lahue   


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Greetings, hope all is well with everybody. I just came across this flute from Ghana and was wondering if anybody has any experience with it? They say its played like a recorder, Im wondering if they would be any challenges for players of the NAF as Im thinking I would like to get one, I find the tone intersting. Here area few videos, the first guy is amazing.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KRH7iGK5Mf4

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Cy5d7-vZZo4


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That's one I don't have. It appears to be somewhat similar to a Suling or Xiao, without being exactly the same. I don't believe I have come across any of them.


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