The Native American Flute: Understanding the Gift

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molly moon arts & Publishing, 2005 - 94 pages
It has been professed that the sound of the Native American Flute has the power so soothe and to heal. It is very player friendly and if you have always wanted to play an instrument but never had the chance, here it is No prior music experience is needed and we guarantee that you will take home all the tools necessary for your success. Our Workshops include everything you need to get started on a Flute Journey of your own. With this book and companion CD you will learn: proper finger and breath control; how to ornament melodies; an understanding of pitch and rhythms; how to practice successfully; how to create your own songs; useful scales to develop technique and how to read printed music and tablature.
 

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Table des matières

Breath Control
5
Tonguing and Slurring
13
Ornaments Part II
25
Zuni Sunrise
37
Lesson Five
45
Lesson
55
Lakota Courting Song
65
Merrily We Roll Along
71
Appendix II
81
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À propos de l'auteur (2005)

John Vames has been playing and teaching music professionally for the last 35 years. The focus of his teaching is not only to develop professional musicians but also to show students how to create and enjoy music for the enrichment of their own lives. With his help hundreds of people of all ages have learned to play clarinet, sax transverse flute, Native American Flute, Jazz and Classical piano. His friendship with the Native American Flute began in 1995 while vacationing in Santa Fe. As an educator he realized how easy it was for almost anyone to play. Unlike piano or guitar that take years of study, this instrument could be mastered in a short time. What followed was his initiation of Flute classes at Scottsdale Community College in Scottsdale, Arizona and the first 16 week credited program for Native American Flute on a Community College level. In 2003 was the publication of his book, The Native Flute: Understanding the Gift, an interactive guide for learning to play. In February 2005, his 2nd book Song for Koko:Jazz for Native American Flute was presented for the advanced player.

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