Because there are varieties of instruments being discussed in this book, such as recorders, transverse flutes, panpipes
, and tabor pipes, it is sometimes hard to stay focused on which one is currently being discussed.
The musical instruments (xylophone, panpipes
, end-blown flute, fiddle, rattles and drums), the style in which they were played, and the vocal quality, were all firmly within a traditional style characteristic of Buganda/Busoga, with subtle qualities iconic of Busoga in particular (see Kubik 1992).
Aerophones are instruments in which the sound is produced by air being blown through it, like flutes, whistles, panpipes
For this year's course, which will take place on 11th - 25th July 2010, the organisers have invited 19 teachers, 13 from abroad and 6 from our country: recorder - Alan Davis (UK), Carin van Heerden (Austria), Kerstin de Witt (Germany), Jostein Gundersen (Norway), Jan Rokyta (Netherlands), early singing - Rebecca Stewart (Netherlands), Mami Irisawa (Japan), lute - Ariel Abramovich (Italy), panpipes
- Liselotte Rokyta (Netherlands), recorder, baroque flute - Ashley Solomon (UK).
SOUTH American musician and retired Coventry teacher Alvaro Grana has been showing youngsters how to play the panpipes
ahead of a fundraising concert tomorrow.
and those chaps with ponchos and panpipes
at the shopping centre.
There are no panpipes
or anything like that with the massage," he grins.
Featuring an over-sized piano, interactive musical wall and giant panpipes
, this unique set-up will give children all the encouragement they need to push their boundaries and explore their creative talents.
He played the flute, panpipes
and various other instruments, interspersed with jokes and stories.
9) In Chapter XXVI of Book II of Comentarios Reales, Garcilaso also describes other types and contexts for music in Inca culture, including panpipes
which were played for the King and ritual war music which was sung at ceremonies.
Not far from the building, Ghezzi found scattered remains of offerings including ceramic panpipes
and oyster shells.
WRITER JM Barrie's Peter Pan could do many things, including flying, sword-fighting and playing the panpipes