Until 1931, the Anasazi (or Pueblo) Flute was lost in time. It is only known to us today thanks to the work of Archeologist Earl H. Morris, who discovered these flutes during the excavation of a group of caves in the Prayer Rock Valley of Arizona. In one of these caves 4 flutes were found, 2 of which were nearly perfectly intact. That cave was then named "Broken Flute Cave".
The flutes were dated to approximately 620-670 CE. In recent years these flutes have been studied and measured by modern flute-makers, and are now being recreated for people to journey with again.
The tone of the Anasazi flute is low, mellow, and rich. Being a rim-blown style of flute, it can take some time and effort to learn the playing technique, but once learned will provide you with years of musical exploration and healing music. When you purchase your flute, you will be sent a link to a teaching video showing all of the basic playing techniques