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Flute Sounds

Open as the Sky.mp3Peter Phippen
00:00 / 04:29
Morning Star.mp3Kevin Locke
00:00 / 06:08
Captain O'Kane (The Wounded Hussar).mp3Mithril
00:00 / 04:57
Dance with the Wind.mp3Mary Youngblood
00:00 / 05:16
Raga Jog.mp3G. S. Sachdev, bansuri
00:00 / 05:15
Cliff Palace Serenade.mp3Randy "Windtalker" Motz
00:00 / 03:15
Songs of Damkatchim.mp3Dr. Kathleen Joyce-Grendahl, Native American-style flute; Marijim Thoene, pipe organ
00:00 / 03:31
Ancient Voices.mp3 Heart Wind Band
00:00 / 01:54
Centaur.mp3Gary Stroutsos
00:00 / 09:41
Shimmer.mp3Joseph L. Young
00:00 / 03:25

Peter Phippen performs upon a 1.7 Edo Period shakuhachi. He is accompanied by the Finnish kantele played by Dr. Arja Kastinen.

Kevin Locke is the Traditional Flute Voice of Indigenous America.

Flutist: Dr. Andra Bohnet; This song is by Turloch O'Carolan (1670-1738), the famous Irish harper who left us a legacy of songs.

Title track of Mary Youngblood's second Grammy Award winning record, Dance with the Wind.

This is a pentatonic late night raga, which drops the 2nd and 6th in ascending and descending and uses the natural and flat 3rd.

"On a visit to Mesa Verde National Park, I was overwhelmed with the immensity and majesty of the Cliff Palace."

Recorded live in St. Joseph Abbey, St. Benedict, Louisiana. Native American flute and pipe organ.

"Ancient Voices" is an improvisation, brought about by time spent with friends. This song is from Heart Wind Band's debut album.

This is Gary's arrangement of Paul Horn's composition, "Centaur."

Features harp with a haunting low whistle melody intertwined with a high tin whistle countermelody. From Joseph's CD, Ethereum.

Original composition from the James Marienthal's Speak to the Sky CD, featuring low C minor Native American flute with guitar and vocal harmonies.

Returning HomeJames Marienthal
00:00 / 06:16
10 Amazing Grace - Trail of TearsJoanne Lazzaro
00:00 / 05:57

"Amazing Grace - Trail of Tears" is from Joanne's first solo album Under the Stars. It was recorded live on location at the Mt. Wilson Observatory 100-inch telescope dome.  This is an acoustic recording 

01 Lava Walker (Live)Joanne Lazzaro
00:00 / 04:17

"Lava Walker" refers to the Big Island of Hawai'i and was written and performed  with Susan SurfTone (on guitar) accompanied by Charles Lowrey on percussion. Joanne is playing classical flute and a High Spirits walnut Triple Harmony Drone in A. This is a live concert recording.

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