E-Book for NAF Players with video lessons and more!
Over a 15-year span of instructing accredited university courses in Native American Flute, Jan Michael created the inclusive E-Book:
"One Heart Journey with the Native American Flute"
Includes Bonus Study Guide!
A full E-Course with easy-to-use E-Books, this is the must have resource for Native American Style Flute players! In addition to history, interesting articles, and the break down of how your flute works, it also includes sections of easy-to-follow instruction with over 20 special video lessons that cover a wide variety of techniques, scales, and songs. It takes the player from the first steps to advance techniques and methods to create your own music. Perfect for both beginners and very experienced players.
This E-Book is in a universal pdf. format that works with every device - smartphones, computers (Apple and Windows). It is also printer friendly!
- NAF History from its origin through current day
- How the flute functions
- Tutorials for both new and very advanced players
- Over 20 Video Lessons with step-by-step instructions and flute diagrams on screen
- Techniques and Embellishments
- Create your own melodies
- Play Along Videos
- Backing Track Videos
The E-Book now comes with a bonus Study Guide by Robin Gentlewolf. The guide includes four study modules that correlate with the E-Book. Each module includes recommended readings, video lessons, tips, and activities all designed to maximize your experience!
Immediately upon your purchase the E-Book and Study Guide will be emailed to the address that you provide. You get the actual files in a zip drive folder with easy access, not just a link. So you can then download both books to all your devices!
"Jan Michael's E-Book with Study Guide by RG is the top learning tool for the Native American Flute available today. The incorporation of user friendly technology with text and high quality video lessons are very impressive. This is a game changer for players of the NAF of all experience levels. 10 out of 10!" - Dr. Roger Pierce, Ethnomusicologist