Learn to Play Native American Flute: Intermediate Level Cancelled

White Owl Duo

The Intermediate Level "Learn to Play Native American Flute Class" is aimed toward participants who have some background in Native American Flute work or have played a wind instrument in the past.

This class will include diaphragmatic breathing, incorporating vibrato into your playing, complex rhythms, playing with percussion accompaniment and many handouts of authentic Native American music which Laura and Ken have found in their 65,000 miles of research travel. Bring your own flutes in the key of G or F minor or use one of theirs.


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White Owl Duo

White Owl Duo

Laura Lee Perkins is the author of the acclaimed Native American Flute Tutor Book and Earth Mother Flute Songs for the 6-hole Native American Flute. These books bring the joy of playing the 6-hole American Indian flute to everyone, including the non-music reader, because Laura writes the music using a simplified finger numbering system. The Flute Tutor Book comes with a learn to play one-hour CD.

Kenneth Green is known throughout the world for his amazing woodworking and instrument making skills. His WHITE OWL quality 6-hole Native American flutes are sold in many countries and in museum gift shops throughout North America. WHITE OWL flutes have impeccable pitch, beautiful hand-carved fetishes, a patina that is enhanced with age, and a purity of tone quality that is unrivaled among flute makers.

The WHITE OWL DUO has recorded five albums:

    A collection of 19 tunes from the Eastern Woodlands.
    15 tracks of varied rhythmical accompaniments played on authentic Native American percussion instruments.
    Laura's original melodies for meditation and healing recorded on the alto flute.
    Chippewa/Ojibwe tunes and original melodies that emerged from the Great Lakes area
    Included in the Native American Flute Tutor book

They were a 2004 NAMMY [Native American Music Awards] nominee for the Best Traditional Recording and were chosen four times to be Artists-in-Residence for the U.S. National Park Service. The WHITE OWL DUO has been the recipient of 10 grant awards for their tireless work researching, documenting, and recording authentic Native American tunes.

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