To those new here we have been doing different classifications of musical instruments. It always ends up a very eclectic mixture of music. Add to the mix and enjoy.
I love the sound of flutes and at one time I was quite the accomplished player. I could play “Twinkle, Twinkle” on both the flute and the recorder.
Evening Song – Ronald Roybal – Native American Flute Music
Emmanuel Pahud plays Bach~Sonata in E flat
The “sexiest” instrument? The Saxaphone.
Alto and Tenor Saxophone Duet
Budapest Klezmer Band
Favorite Woodwind? Favorite player or song? Fill in our flute and reed section.
- Group works to preserve sound of indigenous flute (charlotte.news14.com)
Seinfeld… “Who would move to a non pony country”
The always understated band Corvus Corax with their humble rendition of Dulcissima.
Some ancient woodwinds.
Daemonia Nymphe – Dance of the Satyrs
Roman reconstructed by Rapax:
James Cotton, “The Creeper”
Happy Friday All. Hope your weekend’s startin’ off nicely.
Just a couple fellows who do alright with their respective instruments:
Ian Anderson & Jethro Tull
Chick Corea with Flora Purim, Joe Farrell on Flute:
(The original is 23 minutes long…didn’t find it online.)
I like this.
Good to hear, dimplasm–Chick Corea is one of my favorite artists.
Love the blues harp. Big Walter Horton, “Easy”
Coleman Hawkins, “Body and Soul”
Master of the blues harp, Little Walter, “Juke”
BTW, good evening, y’all
I have been trying to get on this thread! Finally! It is a bit slow tonight. Hi, LG!
…perhaps due to high traffic volume (which, if true, is “A Very Good Thing” ;)).
Perhaps. Either way, it is nice to have a music thread. I do wish it was more responsive, but, in time…
Oh, and how do I put the link with the vid in it?
For YouTube you add a “v” to http like this, https://….
Thanks. About the time it got posted, I saw that downthread.
Kalima I have been here for well over a year and I just remembered that…..
Oh, this is such a cool thread!! (I’m just going enjoy the music without comment…and maybe do a bit of work with the music in the background.)
Tell you what, it is very educational hearing music you are not familiar with, and re-hearing classic stuff you haven’t heard in years.
“Jazz is a bunch of dudes all playing solos at the same time.”
~Paul F. Tompkins
T-Bone Walker w/ Jazz At The Philharmonic – Live in UK 1966
…jazz is a gift from the gods.
One of a kind… Rahsaan Roland Kirk
I am sure there will screams of outrage.
Seriously, I like the panpipes, despite Carson’s critiques of the hype. From what I can see and surmise on my own, it takes a lot of skill to play those well.
I also like the oboe, as well as the non-traditional (or non-Western) woodwinds – they send chills up and down my spine.
Kitaro used quite a few of those instruments in his compositions, and I never heard a Kitaro composition that I didn’t love.
Unchained Melody by RhettlandLink (I think)
I love the flute – Yusef Lateef
This is called an algoza, it is a double flute from Punjab and Sindh and if you get past the guy talking it’s kinda worth it.
Very cool. Thanks for sharing.
I’m going to search for some more of that.
There should be a dance that goes with that!