​Come on!  This way...

Photo credit Chris Autio

Tony Shearer playing for the eagles of Wildhorse Island on his "Lady", the 125 year old Lakota cedar flute passed down to him from his grandfather.  A voice from the past with a song for the future.   (photo credit k.l. circa 1987)


You have arrived at the source for what is known in the world of fine ethnic musical instruments as the state-of-the-art in the modern crafting of the North American flute,  and an inside look at what has made Ken Light known as a principal figure in the modern renaissance of a nearly lost, but beautiful and unique music tradition of this continent, commonly referred to as the Native American Flute.

With a life's-work dedication to making an authentic contribution to the native flute tradition, Ken has worked for thirty years as a scientist and inventor, as an artisan, a visual and performing artist, a teacher and educational innovator, and a traveler through time on a journey that he has invited so many others to join.

"There is a power in music, but when it comes from your own heart, the experience transcends a simple wooden instrument that makes an innocent and lovely sound into an expression of sharing with the universe your unique song."

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Amon Olorin Flutes™       Est. 1986

Ken Light          aoflutes@blackfoot.net        (406) 726-3353          73258 Lemlama Lane, Arlee, MT 59821