Flute Wood: Olive, Tuscan Olive
Trim Materials: Koa, Nigerian Ebony, Silver, Koa, Silver, Nigerian Ebony, Silver, Makamong Burl

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Olive, Tuscan Olive Native American Flute, Minor, Bass A - 3, #N18K (0) Olive, Tuscan Olive Native American Flute, Minor, Bass A - 3, #N18K (1) Olive, Tuscan Olive Native American Flute, Minor, Bass A - 3, #N18K (2)
Olive, Tuscan Olive Native American Flute, Minor, Bass A - 3, #N18K (3) Olive, Tuscan Olive Native American Flute, Minor, Bass A - 3, #N18K (4) Olive, Tuscan Olive Native American Flute, Minor, Bass A - 3, #N18K (5)
Olive, Tuscan Olive Native American Flute, Minor, Bass A - 3, #N18K (6) Olive, Tuscan Olive Native American Flute, Minor, Bass A - 3, #N18K (7) Olive, Tuscan Olive Native American Flute, Minor, Bass A - 3, #N18K (8)
Olive, Tuscan Olive Native American Flute, Minor, Bass A - 3, #N18K (9) Olive, Tuscan Olive Native American Flute, Minor, Bass A - 3, #N18K (10) Olive, Tuscan Olive Native American Flute, Minor, Bass A - 3, #N18K (11)
Olive, Tuscan Olive Native American Flute, Minor, Bass A - 3, #N18K (12) Olive, Tuscan Olive Native American Flute, Minor, Bass A - 3, #N18K (13) Olive, Tuscan Olive Native American Flute, Minor, Bass A - 3, #N18K (14)
(N18K) Pitch: Bass A - 3      Scale: Minor - SOLD!
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Flute Wood: Olive, Tuscan Olive
Trim Materials: Koa, Nigerian Ebony, Silver, Koa, Silver, Nigerian Ebony, Silver, Makamong Burl

Arrow To The Sun is a Pueblo Indian story written by Gerald McDermott. This flute is loosely designed after the story of the Arrow To The Sun.


A young Pueblo man grew up without his father present. One day he told his mother, "I am going to find my father". He search high and low for his father but did not find him.


Finally he met an old Medicine Man who told him his father dwelt in the realms of the sun. "How do I get to the realms of the sun the boy asked. You cannot walk there. Nor can you climb. Can you fly? The boy said no he could not fly. The boy thought and thought. Finally he asked the Medicine Man to fashion an arrow that would shoot to the sun. The boy put him self on the arrow and the Medicine Man shot him from a bow to the sun.


He landed on the sun and began searching for his father. Finally he found his father glowing with fire at the hottest part of the sun realm. His father was the god of the sun. The sun god put the boy through difficult tests of stamina, strength, and intelligence. With effort, he passed all the tests placed before him. When he emerged from the last test, he his glory was similar to that of his father.


Father sent the boy back to the Pueblo to bring the People a portion of the sun realm to warm the world during winter.