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» Lessons From A Broken Flute

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QUOTE(Terry B @ May 1 2017, 11:42 AM) *
Life is a lot like a broken flute....the repairs make the character deeper. smile.gif
What Terry B said smile.gif He is an eloquent human being, is Terry! smile.gif


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More broken instruments that sound nice.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4I3621t0rgA


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QUOTE(Joe D @ May 31 2017, 12:22 PM) *
More broken instruments that sound nice.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4I3621t0rgA
Thanks so much, Joe. I'd heard of Dana's flutes, but never really heard one... When i first watched the video I thought it was a beautiful Kuz Low A, such as I'm fortunate to play, but I realised it was Dana's flute.

I learnt something and heard something really beautiful, too!


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She who flutes in a cave,

His name is Keith Davis and his tutorials are very good and accurate according to sheet music that I evaluated him with.

His version of a "A Horse With No Name" is buy far the best version and far surpasses the sheet music for this song.


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Keith is in our flute circle. He's very talented! His nickname is "Two Flutes" 'cause that's his special talent. If you go to YouTube and type in the search box oldmanyow, you'll find his page. Click on Videos and go to the bottom and click on "More" and eventually you'll find the videos where he's playing two flutes at a time and explaining how to do the same. It's not easy! But I think Keith is a born teacher. He's got a lot of videos explaining how to play different songs. Y'all check him out!

Lizabeth


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