pan flute

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pan flute

n.
See panpipe.
Translations
panova flétna
flauta de Panzampoña
pánsíp
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Punch, and the unceasing pan-pipe of his satellite.
The early morning breeze rustled the reeds round the island and sang in the strange ribbed house as in a giant pan-pipe.
The pan-pipes tune Cacharpaya "just sends chills down my spine", said the witness, who added victims kept quiet because, "We didn't want to spoil our chances: 'I want to play for City'.
Twelve-year-old Peter (Miller, perhaps Wright's best child-actor discovery since Saoirse Ronan) has been here since infancy, when he was left by his apparently parkour-trained mother (Amanda Seyfried) along with a letter and a pan-pipes medallion.
We glided from treatment room to treatment room in our brown robes, each step serenaded by tapes of pan-pipes, whales and waterfalls.
Barcelona is not a business, it is a feeling," Rosell said, presumably speaking over a soundtrack of whale noises and haunting pan-pipes.
At this very moment I could be striding with my pan-pipes and in my little white nightie across the greensward of Elysium - or, more likely dancing briskly over the molten coals of Hades, prong in hand.
Another, less likely, influence on the music was the pan-pipes Rimsky-Korsakov heard at the Paris Universal Exposition which have left their mark on the Cleopatra scene together with extremely rare clarinets pitched in D and E.
Yesterday's event, which celebrated cultural diversity and challenged racism, included entertainment from a South American pan-pipes band, a steel drum outfit, Bhangra dancers and belly dancers.
Family string-bands and whorehouse pianists; pan-pipes bluesmen and mountain yodelers; Holy Roller gospel shouters and red-hot jazz combos.
If you love the sound of the Andes - ie those irritating pan-pipes - then you might want to go for Chile with their two strikers Salas and Zamorano, a pair of mean hombres who wouldn't look out of place wearing ponchos, pipes at mouths, blasting out El Condor Pasa to the shoppers of Princes Street during the Edinburgh Festival.
These categories include "Drumming Songs" and "Songs for the Short Pan-pipes and Naobell," evocative titles suggesting either performance practices quite distant from modern-day Chinese folk song or the input of musical professionals from the Yueh-fu.