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Wind in the Canyon: Apache Flute Story, and Demo. of Native American Flute
Hear the love story of the young Apache flute player in the canyon, and then hear the Native American flute played for your children Also includes the Calif. Chumash peoples creations story, the “Rainbow Bridge”, with acoustic soundscape
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This class will start with the retelling of an old Apache tale about a young flute player whose music sounds like the wind moving through the canyons to a young native girl. Eventually the flute player sets out on a hunting expedition, while away the young lady falls ill and dies. When he returns and hears the news the young man is very sad, and in his grief he eventually disappears only to be heard again when the wind blows through the canyons. After the story I will demonstrate the Nature...
Students will gain an appreciation of Native American music, and learn that in the area of North America there were many different playing styles. They will also find out that these instruments are relatively inexpensive, and that they can learn to play them themselves.
I have long had a interest in Native American culture, and have visited the Navajo, and Hopi reservations. I have also visited with my children local ancestry sites of the Chumash here in Southern California. I have also enhanced my understanding of the different American Indigenous cultures by taking Professor Browner’s class in Native American music, while completing my degree in Ethnomusicology at UCLA.
40 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
“ The art of the Native American flute“ by R. Carlos Nakai “ Kokopelli” flute player images and rock art, James Duffield “ The rainbow bridge“ Retold by Audrey Wood
Learn ukulele/guitar/mandolin in a step by step method
🇺🇸Lives in the United States
28 total reviews
20 completed classes
I have been teaching school-age children, to senior citizens for the last 20 years. Prior to that I played lead guitar in a country rock band playing the LA scene and touring in Arizona. Along the way while I gained practical music making...