Peaceful Sounds in Alaska - Native American Style Flutes..Woodwind Instruments,
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About Us
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Peaceful Sounds in Alaska is based on the belief that our customers' needs are of the utmost importance. We are a family owned business and our family is committed to providing beautiful handcrafted Native American Style Cedar Flutes and displays that please you spiritually by sight and sound. As a result, a high percentage of our business is from repeat customers and referrals.
We would welcome the opportunity to handcraft a cedar flute or a specialty wood flute for you or a loved one.  We take pride in our craftsmanship of each unique flute and stand.
Information from our craftsman, Jason L.
I am of Mexican Indian desent. My wife is of Cherokee desent. We both have been draw to teaching our children and others the love of the flutes.
I myself have found peace in playing Native American Style flutes during a transitional point in my life.  The sweet melodic sound of the different woods calms and soothes my weary mind. 
It also brings peace of mind to those who enjoy the sweet and sometimes haunting sounds of the flutes.  The notes vibrate through the wood and into your very soul brining peace to the player and the listener.
I eventually combined my love of woodwork with my love of the flutes and began making my own.  I researched several different flute craftsmen styles and eventually combined their styles with my own unique personality to come up with these original flutes.  I feel as if I have a spiritually emotional attachment to working with the cedar wood.  Each flute has a life and sound of it's own. No two are alike. The animal and characteristics of each fipple come to life out of the wood.  Each flute is made by hand with spirit and love.  I used nothing but all natural products. I use triple filtered bees wax that is all organic, grade triple A tongue oil for the inside bore and mouth piece of each flute.
Jason is assisted with his woodworks by his daughters and wife who are learning the craftsmanship and contribute ideas for designs.  The fleece flute bags are designed and created by the family as well.
 Flute lessons are now being offered on line and in person.  Contact us through email at or on Facebook under either Peaceful Sounds in Alaska or Annett or Jason Leyva.  You can also call or email and set up a time to do lessons via, yahoo, messenger or Skype.  1-907-884-7884.
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What Child is this performed at ACSL Christmas Eve 2010 Vocals- Melissa Mitchell Native American Style Flute played by Jason LeyvaPiano/Keyboard - Susan Brakhall
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Jason playing the Native American Style Drone Flute at the Peaceful Sounds in Alaska booth. At the Dean'ina Center during the Ida'ina Gathering March 2011.
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