`All the world is a laboratory to the inquiring mind. ~Martin H. Fischer
Didn't know the pan flute was a traditional American Indian instrument, Angie.~M
addmitting to my ignorance here Manfred.. I never really gave any thought to what musical instruments the American or South American Indians used other than drums.Ive been listening to a number of similar tunes this evening on YouTube.. really quite enjoy them.
I should have said North American Indians, Angie. I believe the South American Indians did have the pan flute. Perhaps the North American Indians did, too. I don't know.~M
yes, a very fine video... okay, even tho i don't use the term much... awesome..when i lived in boulder, along with being a nurse, my g/f (fiance, actually) did massage work... one of her clients was a fairly popular new-age pianist... met him and his wife a few times.. we had some of his solo cd's.... and also a couple of his collaboratin cd's... one of which had many fine melodies with his indian friend... here's a sample you just might like..
oh... and this one... gotta add it... peter n' carlos, plus some wordless vocals by peter's wife, christine.... her voice blends in soooo sweetly n' naturally..
well, Manfred.. true to form, you now have me wondering about this.. so I have just gone in search of some answers. At the moment Im reading this.http://www.native-languages.org/flutes.htm
some gorgeous listening there in those two vids Dave(id), thanks so very much for leaving them. I love, in the first clip, how as we listen to the music we are shown images of the North American Indians. The tune is so easy to listen to in that first clip also..and then when the Soprano Sax is added.. love it. Second clip.. so peaceful .. I think I may have to collect a few for my ipod. Right now Im going to be listening to both tunes again while I sip on my coffee.
listened to both clips three times already this morning...love themMay have to look into perhaps getting a CD