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» Show Us Your Anasazi/pueblo/mojave Flutes!, Get those photos up here!!!

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Me too! Maybe we were at his table at the same time.

I have a story about that event. I was sitting in the booth next to Michael's with my flute mentor Bill Hughes and noticing the traffic for the Anasazi's, which were brand new at the time. Up comes Scott August who asks Michael in a shy, respectful tone, can I try your flute? Michael fits him with one of those thin-rimmed wonders and Scott tries to get a sound out of it. He barely does so, but you know he'll keep on trying. Which he did!

So that was the birth of an Anasazi tradition.

Wow! Interesting story, thanks for sharing. We may have been at his table the same time. :-)


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QUOTE(Utah Chris @ Sep 11 2017, 10:50 AM) *
Me too! Maybe we were at his table at the same time.

I have a story about that event. I was sitting in the booth next to Michael's with my flute mentor Bill Hughes and noticing the traffic for the Anasazi's, which were brand new at the time. Up comes Scott August who asks Michael in a shy, respectful tone, can I try your flute? Michael fits him with one of those thin-rimmed wonders and Scott tries to get a sound out of it. He barely does so, but you know he'll keep on trying. Which he did!

So that was the birth of an Anasazi tradition.

I remember that Chris! Scott walking from Michael's with his brand new flute.
The next year he was playing it on stage.


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I remember that Chris! Scott walking from Michael's with his brand new flute.
The next year he was playing it on stage.


That is definitely in character for Scott. When he took up the xiao and decided he really wanted to master it, he threw himself into it. Practices several hours per day on many days.


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I agree, although the shy and respectful part of his personality comes and goes. . . smile.gif

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That is definitely in character for Scott. When he took up the xiao and decided he really wanted to master it, he threw himself into it. Practices several hours per day on many days.



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