Flute Magic, Third Edition Pdf

Flute Magic, Third Edition

Number of page: 176
Author: TIM CRAWFORD
Publisher: Mel Bay Publications
ISBN: 9781609743468
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Category: Music

This book contains 20 chapters addressing everything from
the origin and design of the Native American flute to amethod for learning to play the instrument and read itsmusic. Together with the fingering exercises presented in
eight lessons, a number of tunes are included for both the
five and six-hole Native American flute. Old standards,indigenous music, and original compositions are presented,
meeting the needs of beginning to advanced players. This
useful and practical guide to the Native American flute is
suitable for either individual or classroom instruction.

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