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Flute Catalog - H

Detailed information for a subset of flutes in the Flutopedia Flute Catalog whose source begins with the letter H. The source is the crafting culture (if known), or else the flute maker's last name (if known), or else the name of the collection in which the flute resides.

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Flute Cultures, Makers, or Collections starting with H

Culture: Haida

AMNH T / 22711: Haida ~1892 Native American Flute

Crafting culture: Haida1 «Wikipedia»; Date crafted: 1891 – 1893 or before2; Date acquired: 1891 – 18931; Overall length: 49.3(±0.5) cm3; Materials: STONE (SLATE), METAL, WOOD1

Provenance: BC, HAIDA GWAII, Canada1; Personnel: Donor: James Terry (Purchase)1; Disposition: In the American Museum of Natural History collection in New York City, catalog #T / 22711.4

For more information: American Museum of Natural History / Anthropology Collections

1 American Museum of Natural History catalog record as of March 24, 2017
2 entered by Clint Goss, based on the date acquired.
3 American Museum of Natural History catalog record as of March 24, 2017 (original text: ‘L:49.3 W:6.5 H:2.8 (in CM)’)
4 entered by Clint Goss on March 24, 2017

Image courtesy of the American Museum of Natural History.

DCM 202: Haida ~1921 Duct Whistle

Crafting culture: Haida1 «Wikipedia»; Date crafted: Before November 12, 19212; Date acquired: November 12, 19211; Overall length: 31.90(±0.05) cm1; Materials: Wood, possibly cedar.1; Condition: Seam open full length. The instrument has 3 areas of cleaner (lighter) wood, implying that it was bound with some material, likely animal skin.1

Provenance: From Harvey's Indian Curio Store, Albuquerque, New Mexico, 12 Nov. 1921.1; Disposition: In the Dayton C. Miller collection of the Library of Congress, Washington, D.C., cataloged as DCM 202:.3; Remarks: Dayton C. Miller ledger entry: "Haida Indian."1

For more information: Library of Congress / Dayton C. Miller Collection

1 Dayton C. Miller Flute Collection catalog record as of February 23, 2017
2 entered by Clint Goss, based on the date acquired.
3 entered by Clint Goss on February 23, 2017

Image courtesy of the Library of Congress.

DCM 203: Haida ~1921 Dual-Chamber Duct Whistle

Crafting culture: Haida1 «Wikipedia»; Date crafted: Before November 12, 19212; Date acquired: November 12, 19211; Overall length: 32.30(±0.05) cm1; Materials: Wood.1

Provenance: From Harvey's Indian Curio Store, Albuquerque, New Mexico, 12 Nov. 1921.1; Disposition: In the Dayton C. Miller collection of the Library of Congress, Washington, D.C., cataloged as DCM 203:.3; Remarks: Dayton C. Miller ledger entry: "Haida Indian."1

For more information: Library of Congress / Dayton C. Miller Collection

1 Dayton C. Miller Flute Collection catalog record as of February 23, 2017
2 entered by Clint Goss, based on the date acquired.
3 entered by Clint Goss on February 23, 2017

Image courtesy of the Library of Congress.

DCM 574: Haida ~1926 Duct Flute

Crafting culture: Haida1 «Wikipedia»; Date crafted: Before March 23, 19262; Date acquired: March 23, 19261; Overall length: 23.85(±0.05) cm1; Materials: DCM ledger: "Argillite."1

Provenance: From W. R. Conrad, San Francisco, 23 Mar. 1926.1; Disposition: In the Dayton C. Miller collection of the Library of Congress, Washington, D.C., cataloged as DCM 574:.3; Remarks: Dayton C. Miller ledger entry: "Haida."1

For more information: Library of Congress / Dayton C. Miller Collection

1 Dayton C. Miller Flute Collection catalog record as of February 23, 2017
2 entered by Clint Goss, based on the date acquired.
3 entered by Clint Goss on February 23, 2017

Image courtesy of the Library of Congress.

DCM 1383: Haida ~1939 Duct Flute

Crafting culture: Haida1,2 «Wikipedia»; Date crafted: Before July 28, 19393; Date acquired: July 28, 19391; Overall length: 46.95(±0.05) cm1; 46.831(±0.159) cm (⇇ 'L 18 7/16' in)4; Materials: Black slate stone, animal figures decorated with lead circular inlays.1; Condition: With pieces broken off and missing at both ends, the upper end appears to have been a standard Native American courting flute mechanism, including flue cover, a portion of the foot of which is still present. Unlike standard courting flutes, the fingerholes are in two groups of 3, and positioned unusually far apart.1

Provenance: From Braun's Indian Trading Post, Hollywood, California, 28 July 1939.1; Disposition: In the Dayton C. Miller collection of the Library of Congress, Washington, D.C., cataloged as DCM 1383:.5; Remarks: Dayton C. Miller ledger entry: "American Indian, Haida, Alaska."1

For more information: Library of Congress / Dayton C. Miller Collection

1 Dayton C. Miller Flute Collection catalog record as of February 23, 2017
2 [Wolf 2002]
3 entered by Clint Goss, based on the date acquired.
4 [Wolf 2002] (original text: ‘L 18 7/16’)
5 entered by Clint Goss on February 23, 2017

Image courtesy of the Library of Congress. Image courtesy of the Library of Congress.

NMAI 2/9790: George Gunya Haida ~1850 Duct Flute

Crafting culture: Haida1 «Wikipedia»; Instrument maker: George Gunya2 — Haida (1810–1880); Date crafted: About 18501; Overall length: 41.5(±0.5) cm3; Materials: Argillite, lead1

Provenance: Collected in 1861 by Lady Jane Franklin (1791-1875) while travelling in British Columbia searching for evidence of her husband, explorer Sir John Franklin (1786-1847), who disappeared during an 1845-1847 voyage to chart Canada's Northwest Passage; acquired by W.O. Oldman (1879-1949, did business as "W.O. Oldman, Ethnographical Specimens, London") at an unknown date; purchased by George Heye in 1910.1; Disposition: In the National Museum of the American Indian collection in Washington, DC, catalog #2/9790.4; Remarks: Place: Vancouver; Greater Vancouver Regional District; British Columbia; Canada. Techniques: Carved, inlaid.1

1 National Museum of the American Indian, Smithsonian Institution catalog record as of August 28, 2010
2 National Museum of the American Indian, Smithsonian Institution catalog record as of August 28, 2010 (original text: ‘attributed to George Gunya (George Young), Haida, ca. 1810-1880’)
3 National Museum of the American Indian, Smithsonian Institution catalog record as of August 28, 2010 (original text: ‘Dimensions: 41.5 x 2.5 x 4 cm’)
4 entered by Clint Goss on April 6, 2017

Image courtesy of the National Museum of the American Indian Image courtesy of the National Museum of the American Indian Image courtesy of the National Museum of the American Indian
Image courtesy of the National Museum of the American Indian Image courtesy of the National Museum of the American Indian

NMAI 22/6352: George Gunya Haida ~1840 Duct Flute

Crafting culture: Haida1 «Wikipedia»; Instrument maker: George Gunya1 — Haida (1810–1880); Date crafted: About 18401; Overall length: 31(±1) cm2; Materials: Argillite, lead1

Provenance: Collection history unknown; purchased by MAI from an unknown source in 1957.1; Disposition: In the National Museum of the American Indian collection in Washington, DC, catalog #22/6352.3; Remarks: Place: Queen Charlotte Islands (Haida Gwaii); Skeena-Queen Charlotte Regional District; British Columbia; Canada. Techniques: Carved.1

1 National Museum of the American Indian, Smithsonian Institution catalog record as of August 28, 2010
2 National Museum of the American Indian, Smithsonian Institution catalog record as of August 28, 2010 (original text: ‘Dimensions: 31 x 5.5 cm’)
3 entered by Clint Goss on April 6, 2017

Image courtesy of the National Museum of the American Indian Image courtesy of the National Museum of the American Indian Image courtesy of the National Museum of the American Indian

Culture: Hawaiian

CMH 68-42: Hawaiian Nose Flute

Crafting culture: Hawaiian1; Overall length: 24.0(±0.1) cm2

1 Canadian Museum of History catalog record as of April 14, 2017
2 Canadian Museum of History catalog record as of April 14, 2017 (original text: ‘Length 24.0 cm, Width 4.2 cm, Depth 4.5 cm’)

Image courtesy of the Canadian History Museum. Image courtesy of the Canadian History Museum. Image courtesy of the Canadian History Museum.

Culture: Honey Lake Band

PBH 34-114-10/3961: Honey Lake Band Rim-blown Flute

Crafting culture: Honey Lake Band1; Overall length: 37.1(±0.1) cm2

Provenance: Collector: Willard Z. Park (07/09/1934-09/07/1934), Intermediary: Willard Z. Park (08/23/1934-12/14/1934), Geography/Provenience: North America/United States/California, Geo-Locale: Honey Lake1; Disposition: In the Peabody Museum of Harvard, cataloged as #34-114-10/3961.3; Remarks: Inventory Description: Flute, worked wood or reed, hollow, four finger holes, plain.1

1 Peabody Museum of Archaeology and Ethnology, Harvard University catalog record as of April 14, 2017
2 Peabody Museum of Archaeology and Ethnology, Harvard University catalog record as of April 14, 2017 (original text: ‘Overall: 37.1 x 1.9 x 1.9 cm (14 5/8 x 3/4 x 3/4 in.)’)
3 entered by Clint Goss on April 14, 2017

Image courtesy of The Peabody Museum

Culture: Hopi (Hopituh Shi-nu-mu)

FM 44090: Hopi (Hopituh Shi-nu-mu) Rim-blown Flute

Crafting culture: Hopi (Hopituh Shi-nu-mu)1 «Wikipedia»

For more information: The Field Museum / Paul S. Martin Collection Database / Department of Anthropology

Cited in: [Payne 1989], page 11, figure 5,bottom-most flute in the photo

1 entered by Clint Goss

FM 63848: Hopi (Hopituh Shi-nu-mu) Rim-blown Flute

Crafting culture: Hopi (Hopituh Shi-nu-mu)1 «Wikipedia»

For more information: The Field Museum / Paul S. Martin Collection Database / Department of Anthropology

Cited in: [Payne 1989], page 11, figure 5, 2nd flute from the bottom in the photo

1 entered by Clint Goss

FM 71901: Hopi (Hopituh Shi-nu-mu) Rim-blown Flute

Crafting culture: Hopi (Hopituh Shi-nu-mu)1 «Wikipedia»

For more information: The Field Museum / Paul S. Martin Collection Database / Department of Anthropology

Cited in: [Payne 1989], page 11, figure 5, 5th flute from the top in the photo

1 entered by Clint Goss

FM 83649: Hopi (Hopituh Shi-nu-mu) Rim-blown Flute

Crafting culture: Hopi (Hopituh Shi-nu-mu)1 «Wikipedia»

For more information: The Field Museum / Paul S. Martin Collection Database / Department of Anthropology

Cited in: [Payne 1989], page 11, figure 5, 4th flute from the top in the photo

1 entered by Clint Goss

FM 83736: Hopi (Hopituh Shi-nu-mu) Rim-blown Flute

Crafting culture: Hopi (Hopituh Shi-nu-mu)1 «Wikipedia»

For more information: The Field Museum / Paul S. Martin Collection Database / Department of Anthropology

Cited in: [Payne 1989], page 11, figure 5, 2nd flute from the top in the photo

1 entered by Clint Goss

FM 83738: Hopi (Hopituh Shi-nu-mu) Rim-blown Flute

Crafting culture: Hopi (Hopituh Shi-nu-mu)1 «Wikipedia»; Date crafted: 18982

For more information: The Field Museum / Paul S. Martin Collection Database / Department of Anthropology

Cited in: [Payne 1989], page 11, figure 5, topmost flute in the photo; [Quirolo 1982]; [Gatliff 2003]

1 entered by Clint Goss
2 [Gatliff 2003]

FM 83739: Hopi (Hopituh Shi-nu-mu) Rim-blown Flute

Crafting culture: Hopi (Hopituh Shi-nu-mu)1 «Wikipedia»

For more information: The Field Museum / Paul S. Martin Collection Database / Department of Anthropology

Cited in: [Payne 1989], page 11, figure 5, 7th flute from the top in the photo

1 entered by Clint Goss

FM 83847: Hopi (Hopituh Shi-nu-mu) Rim-blown Flute

Crafting culture: Hopi (Hopituh Shi-nu-mu)1 «Wikipedia»

For more information: The Field Museum / Paul S. Martin Collection Database / Department of Anthropology

Cited in: [Payne 1989], page 11, figure 5, 3rd flute from the top in the photo

1 entered by Clint Goss

Hopi (Hopituh Shi-nu-mu) ~1938 Native American Flute

Crafting culture: Hopi (Hopituh Shi-nu-mu)1 «Wikipedia»; Date crafted: 1925 – 19502; Overall length: 43.815(±0.635) cm (⇇ 17.25 in)1

Provenance: Property of an Ohio Collector.1; Auction history: February 13, 2012 by Cowan's Auctions: Sale price $441 (including buyer's premium)1; Remarks: Hopi Polychrome Flute, painted in green, white, red and yellow; with tadpoles along sides; block attached to flute with hide thong, length 17.25 in. Condition: Light paint loss; small chip in wood at end.1

1 Auction by Cowan's Auctions on February 13, 2012
2 Auction by Cowan's Auctions on February 13, 2012 (original text: ‘second quarter 20th century’)

Cowan's auction image.

MFA 17.2227: Hopi (Hopituh Shi-nu-mu) ~Late 1800's Rim-blown Flute

Crafting culture: Hopi (Hopituh Shi-nu-mu)1,2 «Wikipedia»; Date crafted: 19th century3,4; Late 1800's5; Accession date: October 5, 19164; Overall length: 70.3(±0.1) cm6,7; Markings: In ink on side: "16169"4

Provenance: Ex. coll. Francis W. Galpin3; Francis W. Galpin (1858-1945), Hatfield Regis, England; 1916, sold by Francis W. Galpin to William Lindsey (1858-1922), Boston, Massachusetts; 1916, gift of William Lindsey, in memory of his daughter, Leslie Lindsey Mason, to the MFA. (Accession Date: October 5, 1916), Object Place: Arizona, United States4; Disposition: In the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, cataloged as MFA 17.2227.8; Remarks: Cylindrical body constructed of single piece of hardwood. Embouchure end thinned for width of about 10 mm along inside of one wall. Five fingerholes in distal half; three nearest center equally-spaced and two nearest distal end widely spaced.4; Cylindrical body constructed of single piece of hardwood. Embouchure end thinned for width of about 10 mm along inside of one wall. Five fingerholes in distal half; three nearest center equally-spaced and two nearest distal end widely spaced. Inscriptions: In ink on side: "16169"3

Cited in: [Gatliff 2003]

1 Museum of Fine Arts catalog record as of January 5, 2010 (original text: ‘Probably Hopi people’)
2 Museum of Fine Arts catalog record as of April 14, 2017 (original text: ‘Probably Hopi people’)
3 Museum of Fine Arts catalog record as of January 5, 2010
4 Museum of Fine Arts catalog record as of April 14, 2017
5 [Gatliff 2003]
6 Museum of Fine Arts catalog record as of January 5, 2010 (original text: ‘Length 70.3 cm, diameter 2.8 cm (Length 27 11/16 in., diameter 1 1/8 in.)’)
7 Museum of Fine Arts catalog record as of April 14, 2017 (original text: ‘Length 70.3 cm, diameter 2.8 cm (Length 27 11/16 in., diameter 1 1/8 in.)’)
8 entered by Clint Goss on April 14, 2017

Image courtesy of The Museum of Fine Arts

MFA 1984.316: Hopi (Hopituh Shi-nu-mu) ~About 1900 Duct Flute

Crafting culture: Hopi (Hopituh Shi-nu-mu)1 «Wikipedia»; Date crafted: About 19002; Accession date: June 13, 19842; Overall length: 36.5(±0.1) cm3

Provenance: Before 1984, sold by Lillian Caplin, Center for Musical Antiquities, New York, to Douglas Deihl, Northampton, Massachusetts; 1984, sold by Deihl to the MFA. (Accession Date: June 13, 1984), Object Place: Arizona, United States2; Disposition: In the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, cataloged as MFA 1984.316.4; Remarks: Cylindrical body of cane (?). Very extended beak at proximal end with separate piece of cane bound to top surface with sinew. V-shaped window. Duct block missing. Irregularly carved cross-shaped piece of wood with traces of light blue/green paint, tied to distal end with sinew. Three widely-spaced fingerholes at center of body.2

1 Museum of Fine Arts catalog record as of April 14, 2017 (original text: ‘Probably Hopi people’)
2 Museum of Fine Arts catalog record as of April 14, 2017
3 Museum of Fine Arts catalog record as of April 14, 2017 (original text: ‘Length 36.5 cm, diameter 1.9 cm (Length 14 3/8 in., diameter 3/4 in.)’)
4 entered by Clint Goss on April 14, 2017

Image courtesy of The Museum of Fine Arts Image courtesy of The Museum of Fine Arts

PBH 40-79-10/22603: Hopi (Hopituh Shi-nu-mu) Native American Flute

Crafting culture: Hopi (Hopituh Shi-nu-mu)1 «Wikipedia»; Overall length: 36.1(±0.5) cm2

Provenance: Donor: Mrs. Sarah Bourke James (September 30, 1940), Collector: Capt. John G. Bourke (1869-1880)1; Disposition: In the Peabody Museum of Harvard, cataloged as #40-79-10/22603.3; Remarks: Inventory Description: Flute, reed, with burnt linear design, 5 perforations, hide tie.1

1 Peabody Museum of Archaeology and Ethnology, Harvard University catalog record as of April 14, 2017
2 Peabody Museum of Archaeology and Ethnology, Harvard University catalog record as of April 14, 2017 (original text: ‘Overall: 36.1 x 2.5 x 3.9 cm (14 3/16 x 1 x 1 9/16 in.)’)
3 entered by Clint Goss on April 14, 2017

Image courtesy of The Peabody Museum

Culture: Hunkpapa (Húŋkpapȟa)

AMNH 50.2 / 4470: Hunkpapa (Húŋkpapȟa) ~1940 Native American Flute

Crafting culture: Hunkpapa (Húŋkpapȟa)1 «Wikipedia»; Date crafted: 1940 or before2; Date acquired: 19403; Overall length: 63.0(±0.5) cm4; Materials: WOOD, SINEW, STRING, METAL, CLOTH, PITCH ?3

Provenance: SD?, ND?, STANDING ROCK INDIAN RESERVATION, Plains, USA3; Personnel: Donor: Estate of Decost Smith (Gift)3; Disposition: In the American Museum of Natural History collection in New York City, catalog #50.2 / 4470.5

For more information: American Museum of Natural History / Anthropology Collections

1 American Museum of Natural History catalog record as of March 24, 2017 (original text: ‘Sioux, Dakota? Lakota? Hunkpapa?’)
2 entered by Clint Goss, based on the date acquired.
3 American Museum of Natural History catalog record as of March 24, 2017
4 American Museum of Natural History catalog record as of March 24, 2017 (original text: ‘L:63 W:5 H:4 (in CM)’)
5 entered by Clint Goss on March 24, 2017

Image courtesy of the American Museum of Natural History.

Maker: Barry Higgins

Barry Higgins Low A Minor Native American Flute

Fundamental pitch (design): A31; Fingering sequence: 123–1231; Instrument maker: Barry Higgins1 «Web Site»; Date crafted: April 21, 2004 or before2; Date acquired: April 21, 20041; Primary scale: Minor Pentatonic1 (steps: 3–2–2–3–2) «Wikipedia»; Overall length: 83.50±0.05 cm3

Provenance: Purchased by Clint Goss in person from the flute maker, Barry Higgins, on April 21, 2004. Cracked (probably from over-playing) and shipped back to Barry May 8, 2004. Repaired and returned to me late May 2004.1; Disposition: In the collection of Clint Goss.4

1 entered by Clint Goss
2 entered by Clint Goss, based on the date acquired.
3 Measured by Clint Goss on 2/15/2017: Valley brand stainless steel one-meter ruler using the metric scale.
4 entered by Clint Goss on April 15, 2017

Barry Higgins Low B Minor Native American Flute

Fundamental pitch (design): B31; Fingering sequence: 123–1231; Instrument maker: Barry Higgins1 «Web Site»; Date crafted: May 14, 2007 or before2; Date acquired: May 14, 20071; Primary scale: Minor Pentatonic1 (steps: 3–2–2–3–2) «Wikipedia»; Overall length: 75.35±0.05 cm3

Provenance: Purchased by Clint Goss in person from the flute maker, Barry Higgins, at his shop in Greenfield, Massachussets on May 14, 2007.1; Disposition: In the collection of Clint Goss.4

1 entered by Clint Goss
2 entered by Clint Goss, based on the date acquired.
3 Measured by Clint Goss on 2/16/2017: Valley brand stainless steel one-meter ruler using the metric scale.
4 entered by Clint Goss on April 15, 2017

Barry Higgins Mid-range A Minor Native American Flute

Fundamental pitch (design): A41; Fingering sequence: 123–1231; Instrument maker: Barry Higgins1 «Web Site»; Date crafted: May 14, 2007 or before2; Date acquired: May 14, 20071; Primary scale: Minor Pentatonic1 (steps: 3–2–2–3–2) «Wikipedia»; Overall length: 50.90±0.05 cm3

Provenance: Purchased by Clint Goss in person from the flute maker, Barry Higgins, at his shop in Greenfield, Massachussets on May 14, 2007.1; Disposition: In the collection of Clint Goss.4

1 entered by Clint Goss
2 entered by Clint Goss, based on the date acquired.
3 Measured by Clint Goss on 2/15/2017: Valley brand stainless steel one-meter ruler using the metric scale.
4 entered by Clint Goss on April 15, 2017

Barry Higgins Mid-range B Minor Native American Flute

Fundamental pitch (design): B41; Fingering sequence: 123–1231; Instrument maker: Barry Higgins1 «Web Site»; Date crafted: August 19, 2003 – May 14, 20072; Date acquired: May 14, 20071; Primary scale: Minor Pentatonic1 (steps: 3–2–2–3–2) «Wikipedia»; Overall length: 46.75±0.05 cm3; Markings: No markings other than Barry's lightly woodburned pine-branch design.1

Provenance: Purchased by Clint Goss in person from the flute maker, Barry Higgins, on May 14, 2007.1; Disposition: In the collection of Clint Goss.4

1 entered by Clint Goss
2 entered by Clint Goss, date range from the date originally ordered to the date recieved.
3 Measured by Clint Goss on 2/16/2017: Valley brand stainless steel one-meter ruler using the metric scale.
4 entered by Clint Goss on April 15, 2017

Barry Higgins Mid-range Bb Minor Native American Flute

Fundamental pitch (design): Bb41; Fingering sequence: 123–1231; Instrument maker: Barry Higgins1 «Web Site»; Date crafted: May 14, 2007 or before2; Date acquired: May 14, 20071; Primary scale: Minor Pentatonic1 (steps: 3–2–2–3–2) «Wikipedia»; Overall length: 49.50±0.05 cm3

Provenance: Purchased by Clint Goss in person from the flute maker, Barry Higgins, at his shop in Greenfield, Massachussets on May 14, 2007.1; Disposition: In the collection of Clint Goss.4

1 entered by Clint Goss
2 entered by Clint Goss, based on the date acquired.
3 Measured by Clint Goss on 2/15/2017: Valley brand stainless steel one-meter ruler using the metric scale.
4 entered by Clint Goss on April 15, 2017

Barry Higgins Mid-range D Minor Native American Flute

Fundamental pitch (design): D41; Fingering sequence: 123–1231; Instrument maker: Barry Higgins1 «Web Site»; Date crafted: May 14, 2007 or before2; Date acquired: May 14, 20071; Primary scale: Minor Pentatonic1 (steps: 3–2–2–3–2) «Wikipedia»; Overall length: 68.25±0.05 cm3

Provenance: Purchased by Clint Goss in person from the flute maker, Barry Higgins, at his shop in Greenfield, Massachussets on May 14, 2007.1; Disposition: In the collection of Clint Goss.4

1 entered by Clint Goss
2 entered by Clint Goss, based on the date acquired.
3 Measured by Clint Goss on 2/15/2017: Valley brand stainless steel one-meter ruler using the metric scale.
4 entered by Clint Goss on April 15, 2017

Barry Higgins Mid-range E Minor Native American Flute

Fundamental pitch (design): E41; Fingering sequence: 123–1231; Instrument maker: Barry Higgins1 «Web Site»; Date crafted: April 14, 2002 or before2; Date acquired: April 14, 20021; Primary scale: Minor Pentatonic1 (steps: 3–2–2–3–2) «Wikipedia»; Overall length: 63.60±0.05 cm3

Provenance: Purchased by Clint Goss from the flute maker, Barry Higgins, in person at the the Flute Spring workshop / festival on April 14, 2002.1; Disposition: In the collection of Clint Goss.4

1 entered by Clint Goss
2 entered by Clint Goss, based on the date acquired.
3 Measured by Clint Goss on 2/15/2017: Valley brand stainless steel one-meter ruler using the metric scale.
4 entered by Clint Goss on April 15, 2017

Barry Higgins Mid-range F# Minor Native American Flute

Fundamental pitch (design): F#41; Fingering sequence: 123–1231; Instrument maker: Barry Higgins1 «Web Site»; Date crafted: 2003 – 20072; Date acquired: May 14, 20071; Primary scale: Minor Pentatonic1 (steps: 3–2–2–3–2) «Wikipedia»; Overall length: 58.70±0.05 cm3

Provenance: Purchased by Clint Goss in person from the flute maker, Barry Higgins, on May 14, 2007.1; Disposition: In the collection of Clint Goss.4

1 entered by Clint Goss
2 entered by Clint Goss, date range from the date originally ordered to the date recieved.
3 Measured by Clint Goss on 2/16/2017: Valley brand stainless steel one-meter ruler using the metric scale.
4 entered by Clint Goss on April 15, 2017

Maker: Bill Hughes

Bill Hughes Low E Minor Native American Flute

Fundamental pitch (design): E31; Fingering sequence: T14–131; Instrument maker: Bill Hughes1; Date crafted: June 1, 2004 or before2; Date acquired: June 1, 20041; Primary scale: Minor Pentatonic1 (steps: 3–2–2–3–2) «Wikipedia»; Overall length: 111.10±0.05 cm3

Provenance: Gifted to Clint Goss by mail by the flute maker, Bill Hughes, on June 1, 2004.1; Disposition: In the collection of Clint Goss.4

1 entered by Clint Goss
2 entered by Clint Goss, based on the date acquired.
3 Measured by Clint Goss on 2/16/2017: Valley brand stainless steel one-meter ruler using the metric scale.
4 entered by Clint Goss on April 15, 2017

Bill Hughes Low E Minor Native American Flute

Fundamental pitch (design): E31; Fingering sequence: T14–131; Instrument maker: Bill Hughes1; Date crafted: August 1, 2004 or before2; Date acquired: August 1, 20041; Primary scale: Minor Pentatonic1 (steps: 3–2–2–3–2) «Wikipedia»; Overall length: 107.70±0.05 cm3

Provenance: Gifted to Clint Goss by mail by the flute maker, Bill Hughes, on August 1, 2004.1; Disposition: In the collection of Clint Goss.4

1 entered by Clint Goss
2 entered by Clint Goss, based on the date acquired.
3 Measured by Clint Goss on 2/14/2017: Valley brand stainless steel one-meter ruler using the metric scale.
4 entered by Clint Goss on April 15, 2017

Bill Hughes Low G Minor "Pink" Native American Flute

Fundamental pitch (design): G31; Fingering sequence: T14–131; Instrument maker: Bill Hughes1; Date crafted: March 15, 2004 or before2; Date acquired: March 15, 20041; Primary scale: Minor Pentatonic1 (steps: 3–2–2–3–2) «Wikipedia»

Provenance: Gifted to Clint Goss by mail by Bill Hughes on March 15, 2004 (for suggesting the use of T13-13 fingerings). Split shortly after receiving and set back to Bill for a replacement.1

1 entered by Clint Goss
2 entered by Clint Goss, based on the date acquired.

Bill Hughes Low G Minor Native American Flute

Fundamental pitch (design): G31; Fingering sequence: T14–131; Instrument maker: Bill Hughes1; Date crafted: March 30, 2004 or before2; Date acquired: March 30, 20041; Primary scale: Minor Pentatonic1 (steps: 3–2–2–3–2) «Wikipedia»; Overall length: 90.15±0.05 cm3

Provenance: Gifted to Clint Goss by mail by Bill Hughes on March 30, 2004 as a replacement for Hughes G3 Pink.1; Disposition: In the collection of Clint Goss.4

1 entered by Clint Goss
2 entered by Clint Goss, based on the date acquired.
3 Measured by Clint Goss on 2/15/2017: Valley brand stainless steel one-meter ruler using the metric scale.
4 entered by Clint Goss on April 15, 2017

Bill Hughes Mid-range C Minor Native American Flute

Fundamental pitch (design): C41; Instrument maker: Bill Hughes1; Date crafted: November 1, 2015 or before2; Date acquired: November 1, 20151; Primary scale: Minor Pentatonic1 (steps: 3–2–2–3–2) «Wikipedia»

Provenance: Gift of the flute maker, Bill Hughes, to Clint Goss by mail on November 1, 2015.1; Disposition: In the collection of Clint Goss.3

1 entered by Clint Goss
2 entered by Clint Goss, based on the date acquired.
3 entered by Clint Goss on April 15, 2017

Maker: Butch Hall

Butch Hall Mid-range A Minor "2008 #89" Native American Flute

Fundamental pitch (design): A41; Instrument maker: Butch Hall1 «Web Site»; Date crafted: 20082; Date acquired: August 4, 20091; Primary scale: Minor Pentatonic1 (steps: 3–2–2–3–2) «Wikipedia»; Overall length: 49.65±0.05 cm3; Markings: 2008 / #891

Provenance: Purchased by Clint goss from the flute maker, Butch Hall, by mail on August 4, 2009. Intended to offer it for sale to workshop participants, but then kept it in my collection.1; Disposition: In the collection of Clint Goss.4

1 entered by Clint Goss
2 entered by Clint Goss, based on the marking on the flute.
3 Measured by Clint Goss on 2/15/2017: Valley brand stainless steel one-meter ruler using the metric scale.
4 entered by Clint Goss on April 15, 2017

Butch Hall Mid-range A Minor "Little Horse" Native American Flute

Fundamental pitch (design): A41; Fingering sequence: 123–1231; Instrument maker: Butch Hall1 «Web Site»; Date crafted: November 19, 2005 or before2; Date acquired: November 19, 20051; Primary scale: Minor Pentatonic1 (steps: 3–2–2–3–2) «Wikipedia»

Provenance: Purchased by Clint Goss in person from the flute maker, Butch Hall, at the Dallas Flute Retreat on November 19, 2005.1; Disposition: Gifted to Rev. Koshy Mathews of St. Peter's Episcopal Church in Phoenixville, Pennsylvania (http://saintpeterschurch.net/).3

1 entered by Clint Goss
2 entered by Clint Goss, based on the date acquired.
3 entered by Clint Goss on June 5, 2009

Butch Hall Mid-range D# Minor "2009 #18" Native American Flute

Fundamental pitch (design): D#41; Instrument maker: Butch Hall1 «Web Site»; Date crafted: 20092; Date acquired: August 4, 20091; Primary scale: Minor Pentatonic1 (steps: 3–2–2–3–2) «Wikipedia»; Overall length: 64.50±0.05 cm3; Markings: 2009 / #18. Has a tag "D#m $190"1

Provenance: Purchased by Clint goss from the flute maker, Butch Hall, by mail on August 4, 2009. Intended to offer it for sale to workshop participants, but then kept it in my collection.1; Disposition: In the collection of Clint Goss.4

1 entered by Clint Goss
2 entered by Clint Goss, based on the marking on the flute.
3 Measured by Clint Goss on 2/15/2017: Valley brand stainless steel one-meter ruler using the metric scale.
4 entered by Clint Goss on April 15, 2017

Butch Hall Mid-range D# Minor "2009 #9" Native American Flute

Fundamental pitch (design): D#41; Instrument maker: Butch Hall1 «Web Site»; Date crafted: 20092; Date acquired: August 4, 20091; Primary scale: Minor Pentatonic1 (steps: 3–2–2–3–2) «Wikipedia»; Overall length: 64.60±0.05 cm3; Markings: 2009 / #91

Provenance: Purchased by Clint goss from the flute maker, Butch Hall, by mail on August 4, 2009. Intended to offer it for sale to workshop participants, but then kept it in my collection.1; Disposition: In the collection of Clint Goss.4

1 entered by Clint Goss
2 entered by Clint Goss, based on the marking on the flute.
3 Measured by Clint Goss on 2/15/2017: Valley brand stainless steel one-meter ruler using the metric scale.
4 entered by Clint Goss on April 15, 2017

Butch Hall Mid-range F# Minor Native American Flute

Fundamental pitch (design): F#41; Fingering sequence: 123–1231; Instrument maker: Butch Hall1 «Web Site»; Date crafted: August 4, 2003 or before2; Date acquired: August 4, 20031; Primary scale: Minor Pentatonic1 (steps: 3–2–2–3–2) «Wikipedia»

Provenance: Acquired this flute in a trade by mail with Peter Phippen on August 4, 2003 for my Bulgarian D4 Kaval. Returned this flute to Peter Phippen on November 23, 2003 as "not my flute".1; Disposition: In the collection of Clint Goss.3

1 entered by Clint Goss
2 entered by Clint Goss, based on the date acquired.
3 entered by Clint Goss on April 15, 2017

Butch Hall Mid-range G Minor "2009 #306" Native American Flute

Fundamental pitch (design): G41; Instrument maker: Butch Hall1 «Web Site»; Date crafted: 20092; Date acquired: August 4, 20091; Primary scale: Minor Pentatonic1 (steps: 3–2–2–3–2) «Wikipedia»; Overall length: 54.20±0.05 cm3; Markings: 2009 / #3061

Provenance: Purchased by Clint goss from the flute maker, Butch Hall, by mail on August 4, 2009. Intended to offer it for sale to workshop participants, but then kept it in my collection.1; Disposition: In the collection of Clint Goss.4

1 entered by Clint Goss
2 entered by Clint Goss, based on the marking on the flute.
3 Measured by Clint Goss on 2/16/2017: Valley brand stainless steel one-meter ruler using the metric scale.
4 entered by Clint Goss on April 15, 2017

Maker: Dusan Holík

Dusan Holík High D Major Diatonic Duct Flute

Fundamental pitch (design): D51; Fingering sequence: 123–1231; Instrument maker: Dusan Holík1; Date crafted: May 11, 2003 or before2; Date acquired: May 11, 20031; Primary scale: Diatonic Major1 (steps: 2–2–1–2–2–2–1) «Wikipedia»

Provenance: Purchased by Clint Goss from the flute maker, Dusan Holik, in person on May 11, 2003.1; Disposition: In the collection of Clint Goss.3

1 entered by Clint Goss
2 entered by Clint Goss, based on the date acquired.
3 entered by Clint Goss on April 15, 2017

Dusan Holík High D Major Diatonic Duct Flute

Fundamental pitch (design): D51; Fingering sequence: 123–1231; Instrument maker: Dusan Holík1; Date crafted: May 11, 2003 or before2; Date acquired: May 11, 20031; Primary scale: Diatonic Major1 (steps: 2–2–1–2–2–2–1) «Wikipedia»

Provenance: Purchased by Clint Goss from the flute maker, Dusan Holik, in person on May 11, 2003.1; Disposition: In the collection of Clint Goss.3

1 entered by Clint Goss
2 entered by Clint Goss, based on the date acquired.
3 entered by Clint Goss on April 15, 2017

Dusan Holík Low A Overtone Konsovka

Fundamental pitch (design): A31; Fingering sequence: 1; Instrument maker: Dusan Holík1; Date crafted: May 11, 2003 or before2; Date acquired: May 11, 20031; Primary scale: Overtone1 (steps: 1–1–1–1–1–1–1)

Provenance: Purchased by Clint Goss from the flute maker, Dusan Holik, in person on May 11, 2003.1; Disposition: Gifted to Don Zimbleman.3

1 entered by Clint Goss
2 entered by Clint Goss, based on the date acquired.
3 entered by Clint Goss on July 2005

Dusan Holík Low A Overtone Konsovka

Fundamental pitch (design): A31; Fingering sequence: 1; Instrument maker: Dusan Holík1; Date crafted: April 27, 2005 or before2; Date acquired: April 27, 20051; Primary scale: Overtone1 (steps: 1–1–1–1–1–1–1)

Provenance: Purchased by Clint Goss by mail from Tomas Kovac of Slovakia on April 27, 2005.1; Disposition: In the collection of Clint Goss.3

1 entered by Clint Goss
2 entered by Clint Goss, based on the date acquired.
3 entered by Clint Goss on April 15, 2017

Dusan Holík Low G Overtone Konsovka

Fundamental pitch (design): G31; Fingering sequence: 1; Instrument maker: Dusan Holík1; Date crafted: April 27, 2005 or before2; Date acquired: April 27, 20051; Primary scale: Overtone1 (steps: 1–1–1–1–1–1–1)

Provenance: Purchased by Clint Goss by mail from Tomas Kovac of Slovakia on April 27, 2005.1; Disposition: Gifted to Peter Phippen.3

1 entered by Clint Goss
2 entered by Clint Goss, based on the date acquired.
3 entered by Clint Goss on May 10, 2005

Dusan Holík Mid-range A Major Diatonic Duct Flute

Fundamental pitch (design): A41; Fingering sequence: 123–1231; Instrument maker: Dusan Holík1; Date crafted: May 11, 2003 or before2; Date acquired: May 11, 20031; Primary scale: Diatonic Major1 (steps: 2–2–1–2–2–2–1) «Wikipedia»

Provenance: Purchased by Clint Goss from the flute maker, Dusan Holik, in person on May 11, 2003.1; Disposition: In the collection of Clint Goss.3

1 entered by Clint Goss
2 entered by Clint Goss, based on the date acquired.
3 entered by Clint Goss on April 15, 2017

Dusan Holík Mid-range A Major Diatonic Duct Flute

Fundamental pitch (design): A41; Fingering sequence: 123–1231; Instrument maker: Dusan Holík1; Date crafted: May 11, 2003 or before2; Date acquired: May 11, 20031; Primary scale: Diatonic Major1 (steps: 2–2–1–2–2–2–1) «Wikipedia»

Provenance: Purchased by Clint Goss from the flute maker, Dusan Holik, in person on May 11, 2003.1; Disposition: In the collection of Clint Goss.3

1 entered by Clint Goss
2 entered by Clint Goss, based on the date acquired.
3 entered by Clint Goss on April 15, 2017

Maker: High Spirits

High Spirits High E Minor Native American Flute

Fundamental pitch (design): E51; Fingering sequence: 123–1231; Instrument maker: High Spirits Flutes1 «Web Site»; Date crafted: August 21, 2006 or before2; Date acquired: August 21, 20061; Primary scale: Minor Pentatonic1 (steps: 3–2–2–3–2) «Wikipedia»; Overall length: 38.00±0.05 cm3

Provenance: Purchased by Clint Goss in person at Cripple Creek Music, Ashland, Oregon on August 21, 2006.1; Disposition: In the collection of Clint Goss.4

1 entered by Clint Goss
2 entered by Clint Goss, based on the date acquired.
3 Measured by Clint Goss on 2/16/2017: Valley brand stainless steel one-meter ruler using the metric scale.
4 entered by Clint Goss on April 15, 2017

High Spirits Native American Flute

Instrument maker: High Spirits Flutes1 «Web Site»; Date crafted: July 13, 2011 or before2; Date acquired: July 13, 20111

Identification: Julien's auction lot #3033; Provenance: Purchased by Clint Goss at auction from the collection of Larry Hagman on July 13, 2011.1; Disposition: In the collection of Clint Goss.4; Remarks: Comprised of three ceramic Mayan instruments, an Asian caarved bone item, two wooden Native American pieces, one painted by Tim Tate Nevaquoya and one inset with turquoise, a blue glazed and incised flute, and a Koki ivorine piece. Longest, 23 1/2 inches.3

1 entered by Clint Goss
2 entered by Clint Goss, based on the date acquired.
3 Auction by Julien's Auctions on July 13, 2011
4 entered by Clint Goss on April 15, 2017

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Maker: Hohner

Hohner Mid-range C Major Penta Recorder

Fundamental pitch (design): C41; Instrument maker: Hohner Musikinstrumente GmbH & Co. KG1; Date crafted: January 2012 or before2; Date acquired: January 20121; Primary scale: Major Pentatonic1 (steps: 2–2–3–2–3) «Wikipedia»

Provenance: Gift of Valeriy Ozhigin (valonikk@rambler.ru) to Clint Goss by mail on January 1, 2012.1; Disposition: In the collection of Clint Goss.3

1 entered by Clint Goss
2 entered by Clint Goss, based on the date acquired.
3 entered by Clint Goss on April 15, 2017

Maker: Pat Haran

Pat Haran Low G Minor Native American Flute

Fundamental pitch (design): G31; Fingering sequence: 123–1231; Instrument maker: Pat Haran1 «Web Site»; Date crafted: January 1, 2017 – March 4, 20172; Date acquired: March 4, 20171; Primary scale: Minor Pentatonic1 (steps: 3–2–2–3–2) «Wikipedia»

Provenance: Purchased by Clint Goss in person from the flute maker, Pat Haran, at Zion Native Flute School on March 4, 2017.1; Disposition: In the collection of Clint Goss.3

1 entered by Clint Goss
2 entered by Clint Goss on 3/10/2017, based on the marking "'17" on the body of the flute, and the acquisition date.
3 entered by Clint Goss on April 15, 2017

Maker: Phil Hardy

Phil Hardy Mid-range D Major Diatonic Irish Whistle

Fundamental pitch (design): D41; Fingering sequence: 123–1231; Instrument maker: Phil Hardy1 «Web Site»; Date crafted: October 12, 2004 or before2; Date acquired: October 12, 20041; Primary scale: Diatonic Major1 (steps: 2–2–1–2–2–2–1) «Wikipedia»

Provenance: Purchased by Clint Goss in person from the Hobgoblin Shop in London on October 12, 2004.1; Disposition: In the collection of Clint Goss.3

1 entered by Clint Goss
2 entered by Clint Goss, based on the date acquired.
3 entered by Clint Goss on April 15, 2017

Set: Clint Goss Collection

High C Minor Native American Flute

Fundamental pitch (design): C51; Instrument maker: 1; Date crafted: September 13, 2014 or before2; Date acquired: September 13, 20141; Primary scale: Minor Pentatonic1 (steps: 3–2–2–3–2) «Wikipedia»

Provenance: Purchased by Clint Goss in person from the flute maker, Brent Haines, at Flute Haven 2014 on September 13, 2014.1; Disposition: In the collection of Clint Goss.3

1 entered by Clint Goss
2 entered by Clint Goss, based on the date acquired.
3 entered by Clint Goss on April 15, 2017

Mid-range C# Minor Native American Flute

Fundamental pitch (design): C#41; Fingering sequence: 123–1231; Instrument maker: 1; Date crafted: May 22, 2009 or before2; Date acquired: May 22, 20091; Primary scale: Minor Pentatonic1 (steps: 3–2–2–3–2) «Wikipedia»; Overall length: 76.80±0.05 cm3; Markings: Marked "D27E" under the block.1

Provenance: Gift of the flute maker, Brent Haines, to Clint Goss in person at the Zion Canyon Native Flute School on May 22, 2009.1; Disposition: In the collection of Clint Goss.4

1 entered by Clint Goss
2 entered by Clint Goss, based on the date acquired.
3 Measured by Clint Goss on 2/15/2017: Valley brand stainless steel one-meter ruler using the metric scale.
4 entered by Clint Goss on April 15, 2017

 
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