R. Carlos Nakai. Coyote Oldman. Both excellent.
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If the instrument you mention is made of cedar and doesn't seem to be in any particular standard key, it may well be a traditional cedar flute. As mentioned by Budrew and Rec, Coyote Oldman and R. Carlos Nakai will provide the best examples. Personally, I prefer the works of R. Carlos Nakai. For some of the best of his solo flute recordings with a traditional flavor, may I suggest 'Emergence: Songs of the Rainbow World'.