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International Native American Flute Association

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The mission of INAFA is to foster the preservation, appreciation and advancement of the Native American flute. Includes articles, bibliography, discography, viedography, and listing of periodical publications.
URL: http://www.worldflutes.org/
Title: International Native American Flute Association (INAFA)
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Description: Home to INAFA, also known as the International Native American Flute Association; an organization whose goal is to foster the preservation, appreciation, and advancement of the Native American flute. Memberships are currently being taken, so join now and receive INAFA's informative quarterly newsletter, Voices of the Wind.
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