How Much Air to Play Pan-Flute?

People ask all the time “How much air does it take to play” It can take very little air if you learn to focus the air stream. Brad White shows how to play the panflute. I have two panflute sites

BAJAN PIED PIPER * How to play Pan Flute – 3/3

Learn how to play a pan flute. MUSIC 106! Don’t just pick up your instrument and play every song the same old way! Give each song its own special touch. Give your music life and feeling. PLAY FROM YOUR HEART… play with PIZZAZZ!. (Wish I could underline that!) Let your song express emotion, joy, excitement, sorrow, sentiment, ardor, pain, tenderness, warmth, passion, sensuality, happiness… according to its kind and the way you wish it to be received … AND LET YOUR “BODY LANGUAGE” MIRROR YOUR PASSION… Remember: every song has its own essence, message, persona. You must get in synch with it and express it with FEELING! Please see Here I play – With These Hands – and demonstrate many techniques you can use to make your playing sparkle, such as vibrato, bending, slurred notes, glissando, semi-tones … I also express some personal sentiments which I hope will resonate cheerfully with you 🙂 ! ! ! forward this video to your friends! it may inspire them! (at the very least they’ll have a good laugh!) By the way I got my first pan flute somewhere around March /09 and the first video I posted on YouTube was in May /09 so I had only been playing it for about 3 months. I mention this to say the PF is not at all a difficult instrument to learn to play. See Since then Ive posted several other videos look for them and observe the various techniques I use to give expression to the songs. Of course I am by no means a virtuoso! But I have been

Learn How to Play Pan Flute – Page 1 of 6 – Bajan Pied Piper

LEARN TO PLAY PAN FLUTE – Get your feet in the door – understand how your pan flute works … information that’ll get you playing quickly and easily. The Legend ~ In ancient Greece, PAN was the god of shepherds and flocks, of mountain wilds, hunting and rustic music. He was a lover of nymphs and he used to chase after them but they commonly fled from his advances. One of the famous myths of Pan involves the origin of his flute. A nymph named Syrinx was a lovely Naiad-nymph of Arcadia, daughter of Landon, the river-god. The Naiades were fresh-water nymphs who inhabited the rivers, streams, lakes, marshes, fountains and springs of the earth. As Syrinx was returning from the hunt one day, Pan met her. To escape from his importunities, the fair nymph ran away and didn’t stop to hear his compliments. Pan pursued her until she came to her sisters who immediately changed her into a reed. When the wind blew through the reeds, it produced a plaintive melody. Pan, still infatuated, took some of the reeds, because he could not identify which reed Syrinx became. He cut seven pieces (or according to some versions, nine), joined them side by side in gradually decreasing lengths, and formed the musical instrument which he named “Syrinx”, in memory of his lost love. And henceforth Pan was seldom seen without it. The history ~ The pan flute is one of the oldest musical instruments in the world, having been in existence for more than 6000 years. It has long been popular as a folk

May 31: Walt Whitman's Birthday

Long Island poet Walt Whitman was born May 31st, 1819. Celebrate poet Walt Whitman’s Birthday with 15 minutes of silence. Includes music with bamboo flute, images of the water at Robert Moses beach in Long Island, photos of Walt Whitman, and Kimberly Wilder in 2007 and 2008 inviting people to share her favorite holiday. Director and Videographer: Ian Wilder. Find more poetry, music and culture at our family web-site:

Wolf Medicine: Native American Flute – Blues Mama Original

Native American Flute – Wolf Medicine Music Original Composition for Native American Flute & Drum / Key of Eb Raven Cusson – Native American Flute / Niko Tarini – Taos Double-Head Frame Drum [WOLF MEDICINE: Intuition, Learning, Spirit] WOLF totem brings faithfulness, inner strength and intuition when he enters our lives. But he also brings learning to live with one’s self. The wolf teaches us to learn about our inner self and to find our inner power and strength. But to achieve this, we must take risks and face our deepest fears. A wolf totem demands sincerity. This totem demands a lot of us but gives us much in return; a spirit helper that is always there to help and gives us extraordinary powers of endurance. He reminds us to listen to our inner thoughts and trust our insights. They remind us not to waste resources and to learn how to avoid trouble and confrontations. People with Wolf totems have the capacity to make quick and firm emotional attachments. Trust your insights about these attachments. Wolf will guide you. Take control of your life with Wolf’s help and do so with harmony and discipline. ***NEWS FLASH*** The Race Is On!!! The Grey Wolf has again been delisted (taken off the endangered species list) even though the experts agree that there arent enough wolves to make a genetically viable population. This means that if the wolves are freely hunted, they will soon become extinct; a sad reality for us all. Please take the time to get involved: Email Secretary

How to Play the Flute: Tips and Techniques : How to Position Fingers for the Flute

Learn flute finger positions from a professional flutist in this free music lesson video about musical instruments and music theory. Expert: Leah Connolly Bio: Leah Connolly graduated from Rollins College with a Bachelor of Arts in Music Performance – Flute. She has performed in prestigious music halls all over the world, including Lincoln Center in NYC. Filmmaker: Christopher Rokosz