Flutes of Wind Dancing
Article written by Paul Record
The Flutes of Wind Dancing are delicate looking flutes, one foot in length, carved from driftwood with images that resemble waves and wind. Silver "ring" ferules at each end of the head joint and at the tip of the flute, bears the intricate molding pattern as well. It was also said that in the hands of a skilled musician, the flutes melodies take on magical qualities, and that they come from sirens below the sea.
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