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

The Clarinet

Budapest Klezmer Band

Favorite Woodwind? Favorite player or song?  Fill in our flute and reed section.

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Seinfeld… “Who would move to a non pony country”

Khirad
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The always understated band Corvus Corax with their humble rendition of Dulcissima.

Khirad
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Some ancient woodwinds.

Daemonia Nymphe – Dance of the Satyrs

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DTAAeqG0y9Q

Roman reconstructed by Rapax:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bsJCuxu4_yg

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tibiae

TheLateGrardini
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James Cotton, “The Creeper”

RasputinsLiver
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Happy Friday All. Hope your weekend’s startin’ off nicely.

Just a couple fellows who do alright with their respective instruments:

Woody Allen

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hPl7ARZ3JE4

….AND….

Ian Anderson & Jethro Tull

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ilthkJRmiLU

G’night

Redemption Song II
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Redemption Song II

Chick Corea with Flora Purim, Joe Farrell on Flute:

dimplasm
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dimplasm

I like this.

Redemption Song II
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Redemption Song II

Good to hear, dimplasm–Chick Corea is one of my favorite artists.

Redemption Song II
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Redemption Song II

(The original is 23 minutes long…didn’t find it online.)

TheLateGrardini
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Love the blues harp. Big Walter Horton, “Easy”

TheLateGrardini
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Coleman Hawkins, “Body and Soul”

TheLateGrardini
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Master of the blues harp, Little Walter, “Juke”

Redemption Song II
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Redemption Song II

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.)

TheLateGrardini
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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.

Redemption Song II
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Redemption Song II

Absolutely, LG.

TheLateGrardini
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BTW, good evening, y’all

dimplasm
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Oh, and how do I put the link with the vid in it?

Kalima
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For YouTube you add a “v” to http like this, https://….

SueInCa
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Kalima I have been here for well over a year and I just remembered that…..

dimplasm
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dimplasm

Thanks. About the time it got posted, I saw that downthread.

dimplasm
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dimplasm

I have been trying to get on this thread! Finally! It is a bit slow tonight. Hi, LG!

Redemption Song II
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Redemption Song II

…perhaps due to high traffic volume (which, if true, is “A Very Good Thing” ;)).

dimplasm
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dimplasm

Perhaps. Either way, it is nice to have a music thread. I do wish it was more responsive, but, in time…

ADONAI
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“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

Redemption Song II
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Redemption Song II

…jazz is a gift from the gods.

BassFace
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One of a kind… Rahsaan Roland Kirk

2ndClassCitizenPundit
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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.

Gransview
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Gransview

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Z1lTXhXTasA&feature=related

Unchained Melody by RhettlandLink (I think)

Sabreen60
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Sabreen60

I love the flute – Yusef Lateef

Khirad
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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.

Gransview
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Gransview

There should be a dance that goes with that!

2ndClassCitizenPundit
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Very cool. Thanks for sharing.

I’m going to search for some more of that.