pan flute


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pan flute

n.
See panpipe.
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Translations
panova flétna
flauta de Panzampoña
pánsíp
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Michael Gorecki is a 24-year old Polish musician who plays the pan flute, a musical instrument that consists of multiple wooden, bamboo or reed pipes of gradually increasing length.
Caption: TWEENS MAKE A REED PAN FLUTE PIPE CRAFT FOR THE PAN'S COURSE.
The musical highlight this year will be Huguito Gutierrez and WAYCO, Andean musicians sharing the beauty of pan flute music.
"High Tech" is a series of 8 synthesizer and drum loop pieces with a sprinkling of 'real instruments' including the ancient pan flute, lyrical violin, and the most recent instrumental invention the hypnotic hang drum.
Gheorghe Zamfir, a Romanian pan flute musician -- Photo courtesy of the official event's Facebook Page.
A message from Romanian embassy on the occasion noted, "In an effort to open up to the culture of the world and extend bridges of communications among peoples, Cultural Village Foundation - Katara in collaboration with the embassy [is organising] the Romanian Cultural Days from November 14 to 20." The second event on Tuesday evening was a jazz and pan flute concert by Pan Terra Band.
Update: I have lit the bottom of a pack of cigarettes and am smoking it like a pan flute - @rilaws ?
The by-invitation-only gala concert will feature a blending of music of the bamboo organ; the pan flute featuring Switzerland's Michel Tirabosco; the piccolo featuring Austria's Raphael Leone; and the violin featuring Gina Medina Perez-in different settings, including two concertos by Vivaldi, the Magnifica by Durante; the motet Jesu Meine Freude by J.S.
Others are Glenn Hill of Phoenix (harp); Bryan Ibach of Coquille (mandolin); Sean Koreski of Portland (pan flute); Nick Metcalf, formerly of Coos Bay (Irish whistle); Fred Schacher of Gold Beach (violin); Don "Doc" Slyter of Coos Bay (Native American flute); Les Stansell of Pistol River (ukelele); Duke and Danielle Summers of North Bend (Native American hand drum); Mark Tierney of Bandon (guitar); and Rebecca Urlacher of Bend (parlor guitar).
PAN (PG) JOE Wright's film opens with a mother (Amanda Seyfried) tearfully abandoning her infant on the steps of The Sisters Of Eternal Prudence, Lambeth Home For Boys with a handwritten note and a pan flute pendant.
A MOTHER (Amanda Seyfried) tearfully abandons her infant on the steps of The Sisters Of Eternal Prudence, Lambeth Home For Boys with a handwritten note and a pan flute pendant.