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kozz

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From: Eindhoven NL

Flamenco and flute 

Hee I know most of you don't like flute in combination with flamenco.
The same counts for me, but....

Since I play flute also I am working on a Tangos with beatbox-flute, hopefully I'll get it working.
The flute acts more like tapado than bringing the flute sound above.

Check this vid for an idea how such flute could sound:


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Gummy

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From: North Carolina, USA

RE: Flamenco and flute (in reply to kozz

Wow. I usually hate beat boxing and the metal flute but that was quite enjoyable.
  REPORT THIS POST AS INAPPROPRIATE |  Date Sep. 4 2010 15:21:16
 
kozz

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From: Eindhoven NL

RE: Flamenco and flute (in reply to Gummy

quote:

Wow. I usually hate beat boxing and the metal flute but that was quite enjoyable.

Yeah this guy is great. He has some very nice other video's.

The first time I saw him was when I went to a concert of The Prodigy, he was the supporting act.

The flute can be used very nice. Like Nino Ricardo likes to hum while playing, you can also overblow the flute (thus not in the hole) and hum like Nino Ricardo.
You get a somewhat distorted sound.

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Piwin

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RE: Flamenco and flute (in reply to kozz

I didn't want to open another thread just for this so I'm tagging it on to this one. Not the same kind of flute, but technically still a flute!



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