HOW'll the flute or pan flute fit into this genre of music?

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HOW'll the flute or pan flute fit into this genre of music?

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The creativity is infinite...whatever will they synthesize next? This is birthed of melding two ethnic percussive instrument, a tribal drum from Trinidad, the other from middle east/north Afrika, to resemble a bbq pod or two dented woks cupped together with a sounding hole underneath for amplification. Enjoy

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UTWH1v_eJRE

Personally heard one live yesterday, lecturer managed to slip in a "meditative exercise" with the hangdrum playing in the background to get his message out during a lecture at a recycling facility... - he was
hypnotizing a bunch of seniors into recycling and green living.
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Beautiful tones!
I couldn't tell if there was a backing track mixed in
Very enjoyable!

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Classitar wrote:Beautiful tones!
I couldn't tell if there was a backing track mixed in
Very enjoyable!
Classitar, it sounded like he did record parts in (tinkered with the volume & effects) and mixed the tracks but all produced by the HANG. The instrument's amplification is quite effective due to the "Helmholtz resonator", which he, the author of the classic study of acoustic science, used to identify the various frequencies or musical pitches present in music and other complex sounds.[1]
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I think it would be very nice played on the flute or pan flute!

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Bo wrote:I think it would be very nice played on the flute or pan flute!
Oh... rephrase... I meant to complement the music rather than replace it.
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