Play your straw panpipe
by holding the even end against your lower lip and blowing across the top.
After taking seven of them and joining them with wax, he constructed a panpipe
and, putting it in his mouth and infusing life into the reeds with his breath, he played sweetly.
Turino's studies of the panpipe
style of the Aymara Indian in
here the case of the panpipe
groups at Conima in the Peruvian Andes,
Well, no, it's not - unless you spend a lot of time in elevators and are sick of panpipe
versions of Led Zep's Stairway to Heaven.
In addition, my main informant (GK) drew directly from non-Jewish Romanian sources by recording tunes from Romanian radio via world band, and he even took up playing the nai, a Romanian panpipe
, on the side.
The number of instruments is not objectionable, nor is the use of the word [GREEK TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII], which in Homer is the rarer term for the box-lyre usually called [GREEK TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII].(15) One would, however, expect a percussion instrument rather than the lowly panpipe
in connection with [GREEK TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] and box-lyre, and there seems to be an endeavour to supply as many manifold sounds as possible, similarly to Ps.-Hes.
And although the pitches are more or less the same in a lot of the pieces, once you change the tone color, once you change from, say, panpipe
music to string quartet, you irreversibly transform the meaning of the music.
When Pan heard the sound produced by the wind blowing through the reeds he joined several reeds of varying length together and produced the musical instrument known as a syrinx or panpipe
. The vocal organ of birds, which enables them to produce song, is also called the syrinx.
I had managed to work myself into a bit of a state but my nerves evaporated as soon as I experienced the panpipe
music, scented candles and neutral colour scheme at the centre.
(23.) The act ends with the following stage direction that underscores the ironic disparity between the pastoral topos and war's violence: "As the echo of [Ginebra's] pain dies out, /beneath the ancient shadow of the beech grove/the happy flight of honey bees/and the notes of a youthful shepherd's panpipe
could be heard" (Voces 227).
CD one features carols, CD two is entitled Christmas By Candlelight and includes tunes such as In The Bleak Midwinter, CD three is Christmas Moods and includes A Winter's Tale and CD four closes the album with a selection of panpipe