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    maureen
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    I would like to find a Native Indian Flute teacher in Edmonton, Alberta Canada. If anyone knows of someone please let me know. Thanks, Maureen.

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    tootieflutie58
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    Hi Maureen,

    Welcome! :)

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    turaipo
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    I don’t know personnally someone in Edmonton,
    but you may try to contact the Nana flute circle (The Northern Alberta Native American Flute Circle).
    A really good bunch or persons:

    http://www.nanaflutecircle.com/

    I’m a member of this circle, but never found the time to go there.

    #879130

    maureen
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    QUOTE(Dale @ Aug 13 2010, 04:22 AM)
    I don’t know personnally someone in Edmonton,
    but you may try to contact the Nana flute circle (The Northern Alberta Native American Flute Circle).
    A really good bunch or persons:

    http://www.nanaflutecircle.com/

    I’m a member of this circle, but never found the time to go there.

    Thank you so much Dale for the link, I didn’t know this existed! It looks like there are lot’s of contacts on the web site. I have a beautiful flute that I bought a long time ago and whenever I try to play it, it feels to long even thought my arms are not short. I know I’m doing something wrong and would really like to learn to play it. When I was at the Heritage Festival a couple weeks ago there was a man playing his flutes and it sounded amazing outside!
    Thanks again, Maureen.

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    turaipo
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    QUOTE(Maureen @ Aug 15 2010, 05:48 PM)
    Thank you so much Dale for the link, I didn’t know this existed! It looks like there are lot’s of contacts on the web site. I have a beautiful flute that I bought a long time ago and whenever I try to play it, it feels to long even thought my arms are not short. I know I’m doing something wrong and would really like to learn to play it. When I was at the Heritage Festival a couple weeks ago there was a man playing his flutes and it sounded amazing outside!
    Thanks again, Maureen.

    You’ll enjoy meeting with them. ;)
    In the group, I know only David Bouchard who came in Montreal two years ago (a wonderful author),
    but what a pleasure each time I have news from him !

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    terrymack
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    QUOTE(Maureen @ Aug 12 2010, 05:00 PM)
    I would like to find a Native Indian Flute teacher in Edmonton, Alberta Canada. If anyone knows of someone please let me know. Thanks, Maureen.

    Hello Maureen

    I visit Edmonton a few times a year and could offer you a lesson the next time I am there. I lived in Edmonton until 2004. I may be coming down in early November to visit family.

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