|NOUN || a song flute | song flutes |
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- Pañcasikha went to Timbarū's home and played a melody on his flute of beluva-wood, with which he had great skill, and sang a love song in which he interwove themes about the Buddha and the Arhats.
- Their debut album "Shadow of the Moon" was a musical success and featured Ian Anderson of Jethro Tull on flute for the song "Play Minstrel Play".
- He added strings, brass and a vibrato flute, giving the song a more anthemic feel.
- There is a lengthy instrumental introduction to the first song, in which the cry of the curlew is represented by the cor anglais and the peewit by the flute.
- In 1980 Tanobe illustrates the song "Gens de mon pays" by Gilles Vigneault and in 1983 she creates pictures for The Tin Flute by Gabrielle Roy.
- Her first CD, "The Very Best of Fairuz," was published in 1987 and contained the emblematic song "Aatini al Nay wa ghanni" (Give me the flute and sing), based on a poem in "The Procession" by Khalil Gibran.
- They have bamboo musical instruments, a kind of jaw harp, and a nose flute. On festive occasions, there is song and dance, both sexes decorating themselves with leaves.
- It has a complex song of burry flute-like notes, usually inflecting downward at the end.
- In February 2010 Larrikin Music Publishing won a case against Hay and Strykert, their record label (Sony BMG Music Entertainment) and music publishing company (EMI Songs Australia) arising from the uncredited appropriation of "Kookaburra", originally written in 1932 by Marion Sinclair and for which Larrikin owned the publishing rights, as the flute line in the Men at Work song, "Down Under".
- The song is played by flute bands accompanying the Orange Order during Orange or band-only parades, which have been the subject of controversy during the Troubles in Northern Ireland.
- The only traditional Sami instruments are drums and the flute, though modern bands use a variety of instrumentation.
- Kumu hula (dance masters), were said to be able to either make the flute sound as though it were chanting, or to chant as they played.
- Elysium is also referenced in Mozart's opera "Die Zauberflöte" ("The Magic Flute").
- The recording is composed entirely from samples of plastic surgery performed in California (rhinoplasty, endoscopic forehead lift, chin implants), augmented by a nose flute.
- "" in the same review, Clarke has also commented that the songs "We Could Forever" "saddles an Afro-inflected guitar and skittish flute to deep sub-bass" and "Kiara" combines "oriental strings with cut-up beats."
- These musical clocks included the Trumpeter clock, Flute clock, Singing Bird Clock, and Rooster Clock.
- The flute section of "Kamaitachi" performed by Kodo is heavily based on that in "The Hunted" which appeared on Kodo's "Ibuki" album and was originally composed for the soundtrack of the movie of the same name.
- for flute and piano. While he had long been fascinated by birdsong, and birds had made appearances in several of his earlier works (for example [...] , [...] and [...]), the flute piece was based entirely on the song of the blackbird.
- " from Schubert's "Winterreise" song cycle; the 2nd movement of Poulenc's Flute Sonata; Mischa Spoliansky's " [...] "; and "They are not long the weeping and the laughter" from Delius' "Songs of Sunset".
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