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» I'm Glad Temiruya Is Just A Little Nosey, Aren't You!, ...and while you are here!!!

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This one is a little more pleasing than the Kazoo plastic type we usually hear.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2xYJxKkUcM0

And while you are here, check out this musical and visual journey that (I think?) Jeff G's Indiana flute circle did near Oracle Arizona.
Maybe if Jeff happens to read this, he can let us in on the full and correct story.
The tune is major then minor and back, in F#m. Hold on to your saddle and get you cossfinger on! smile.gif I really enjoyed it.....I hope you do as well! biggrin.gif
Arizona Labyrinth - time lapse - Gary Cope "Lost Mountain Trading Post"
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=x0oej-L8xus...X7dMWHyeDcgliHg

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It''s Gary's music accompanying the video.

Warren Lynn is setting up the labyrinth (at least I think I see Warren in the video.)

Warren and Gary are both in the flute circle in Indianapolis - but the flute circle didn't have anything to do with this video or the labyrinth.

The labyrinth is really cool to walk, and Gary usually plays music when Warren setup one local to Indianapolis.

Warren has a canvas one he uses or can setup one with masking tape, or he line it out in the ground like the video demonstrates.


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Thanks for setting things straight Richard. smile.gif I think the combination of both the video and music went very well together and I really enjoyed it!
The flute music is very up-beat, but also very catchy! I played along with it several times with mid & bass flutes and it was a blast.

It would be nice to layout a Labyrinth somewhere local out here. The county park in Garden Valley where Lew Price & Charlie live would be a good spot, across the creek and in the back. Maybe worth asking the ones in charge!

I also enjoyed the blues video with Jeff, Gary and others on Warren's tube! It looked like great fun, especially having that Bass Uke in there. cool.gif

(side note) I am now in search of someone who would like to fly an indoor (slow air) kite along with my flute music for some of the local Wineries and other venues.
This is an example although with slightly more wind speed, but one of my favorite's with cool music.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OKqZU4WwTS0
Here is a zero wind speed kite.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3wMufkCiB7k...;feature=relmfu

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Rex:

I have never seen kites like that. They certainly lend themselves to expressive performance. I doubt I would have the touch to handle one, but good luck on finding someone.

Alan


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