Alternating Drone 8 Hole - C to E - Aeolian - Made to Order
Alternating Drone 8 Hole - C to E - Aeolian - Made to Order
Alternating Drone 8 Hole - C to E - Aeolian - Made to Order
Alternating Drone 8 Hole - C to E - Aeolian - Made to Order
Alternating Drone 8 Hole - C to E - Aeolian - Made to Order
Alternating Drone 8 Hole - C to E - Aeolian - Made to Order
Alternating Drone 8 Hole - C to E - Aeolian - Made to Order

Alternating Drone 8 Hole - C to E - Aeolian - Made to Order

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Hertz

Here is a fabulous new design by Singing Tree Flutes! A Native American style Drone flute, in Aeolian mode with a total of 8 playing holes. Still considered an alternating drone, the melody side of the flute still plays the standard Aeolian scale, with 1.5 octave range, but the drone side plays a total of 5 notes with one fingering hole on top and another thumb hole on the bottom. The drone can now play the scale degrees of 1,4,5,6 and the octave (over blow), that can be changed to drone through the whole melody. This flute uses all 5 fingers on the left hand, but is quite comfortable and easy to manage! It is made of limba wood, with walnut end caps and claw sound blocks. You can order in the key of your choice from C to E. The sound is out of this world! super haunting! Refer to the video below for a sound sample. This made to order flute can be made in C, C#, D, Eb and E in either 440Hz or 432Hz.

SPECS: approximate  Length for C is  30” with 1” bore, Maximum finger spacing(holes 2 and 3) center to center) =1 1/2”. Distance from mouth to first hole = 22”


This item is Made to Order. This means that once you order, we create a flute in the same key, wood, style and accents. It is NOT the exact flute you see in the images, but we do our best to keep it as similar as possible. Please allow 30 days for our beginner and no-frills flutes. Sometimes we are able to complete orders sooner, but please allow 60-120 days to complete all other Made to Order items. Time needed to complete your flute varies by order volume and complexity of your flute.

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