In the world of flutes, when we refer to the name Flute Nativa, we are referring to a specific style of flute developed in North America, whose current characteristics were only standardized in the second half of the twentieth century. Its main characteristic that differentiates it from other native Amerindian flutes such as the Hopi and Anasazi flute, is the fact that it has two chambers (slow chamber and sound chamber) whose air passage from one to the other takes place through a block on a table creating a tunnel for the bezel (whistle/chimney). This characteristic offers a smooth and sensitive sound to breath variations, in addition to facilitating the production of sounds, as in the recorder.
What definitely marked the native American flute in its magic, with an unmistakable musical style, was the standardization of the minor pentatonic scale. This mysterious and simple scale takes us back to deep emotions and nature and was already used by other very ancient peoples. What we can say is that words will not be enough to explain what you will feel when you play your native flute. I felt magic and beauty, vibration of peace and love in the universe; our mission is to share this magic with you.