Award winning Native American flutes handmade by Tribal Artist, Charles Littleleaf
Tribal Member of the Confederated Tribes of the Warm Springs Indian Reservation Central Oregon, USA
Littleleaf Native American Flutes
Mother Earth is Charles' guide and his playable art is living testament to this. Charles dedicates his life to the spiritual enlightenment of others through his wisdom, his music and through his beautiful Native American flute creations, making them available for others to appreciate and enjoy. Whether you are a beginner new to the Native American flute or an advanced performer, you will receive the finest, musician quality native flute crafted by this artist. And if authenticity is important to you, your Native American flute is handmade by an enrolled member of a federally recognized tribe.
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Post Office Box 1225 | Warm Springs, Oregon | USA | Contact Us
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Award-winning Native American flute maker and recording artist, Charles Littleleaf, is an enrolled tribal member of the Confederated Tribes of the Warm Springs Indian Reservation in Central Oregon. Charles is also an Honorary Member of the Pagan Blackfeet Band Reserve in Brocket, Alberta, Canada and son of the late Chief Jack Littleleaf. Here, we feature his Native American flutes for sale, or by commission, for folks around the world to enjoy. Although Charles' instruments are recognized for their visual beauty, it is his flute making tuning and musician quality precision that are noted to be most impressive. Each one of his flute creations are made with love and care, never massed produced, and deliver the warmest sounding spirit in today's market