Making the fujara

All instruments are crafted by hand with great care and dedication in the search for the sound and character of each individual flute. Making and playing flutes is my life's passion, and I cherish each one leaving the workshop on its journey trough life helping to enlighten existence in its own way, and like a great maker once said to me: 'when made with dedication they become a balm for the heart when played'.

It's my personal quest and guarantee that each flute is made as if I were to play it myself and that is also where it all started. This means at this moment in time I choose only to produce first-class quality grade flutes, no second or third quality flutes. Therefore production is very limited.


All flutes are made of harvested branches of local inland wood such as ash, elder, maple, hazle, etc. The wood is carefully chosen and cut in winter time - with respect for the environment, not damaging the donating trees - and put to dry for a long period of time. When making the flute the wood is never split in half to hollow it out, but hand-drilled with special old forged drills, leaving the main structure of the wood intact, benefiting the sound, and following the natural curves of the wood.

All instruments are played and tested by myself for approval.

Winne Clement

Different types of flutes

Fujara in G Overtone Flute in G Moldavian Kaval in A Double Flute in G Sharp Native Branch in F Kaval Ghoza Fujara Collection
Fujara Overtone Flutes Moldavian Kaval Double Flutes N.A.Flutes Experimental Flutes Gallery