Five Traditional Elements for NAF Playing - chirps - pops - flutters - lifts - indigenous melody structures
All over the world, listeners of the Native American Flute (NAF) enjoy its beautiful, recognizable sound with certain indigenous or "traditional" embellishments that are part of its history and story.
There are players of the NAF found on virtually every continent - all across Mother Earth. The music they make with the flute is diverse and ranges from solo flute playing to the very contemporary.
Regardless of the style, these traditional elemental sounds of the flute help the player connect and express their music.
Jan Michael Looking Wolf is an indigenous Tribal Member that lives within his Tribal Community. A player of the NAF for 3 decades with dozens of award winning records that include authentic traditional solo flute, Jan Michael has developed easy-to-learn methods that will help you learn the traditional elements of flute playing. Learn how to chirp, pop, flutter, lift notes, and melody structures that will give your playing a more authentic, connective sound.
This 55+ minute workshop, like all our On Demand Lessons here, is 'interactive" and yours to watch as many times as you like. You will receive a viewing link via email immediately upon purchasing with no limit on re-watching. Also, for those who wish to download the On Demand Workshop and Lessons to their devices for off line viewing, there is a one step process by clicking the down arrow on the bottom right of the video player.