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World: World Fusion Moods: Instrumental Moods: Featuring Piano New Age: Relaxation New Age: Solo Instrumental

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United States - Texas

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Cornell Kinderknecht

Cornell Kinderknecht is an award-winning recording artist and performer of flutes and other woodwind instruments from around the world, including Native American flute, bansuri flute from India, ocarina, recorder and bamboo flutes. He has performed such venues as the prestigious Carnegie Hall in New York City, the magnificent amphitheater built into the 2000 foot red rock cliffs of Zion Canyon, the underground "Cave Without A Name," Meyerson Symphony Center, and the AT&T Dallas Cowboys Stadium.

Cornell has been named an Indian Summer Music Awards winner in the Native Spirit Category for his song "Big Sky" from the album Dreamtime. He has twice been a nominee for "Musician of the Year" at the Texas Music Awards and his song "Mother's Hands" is Top 5 Winner Instrumental at the Great American Song Contest. His album "Dreamtime" was a nominee in two categories at The Independent Music Awards. He and his music were featured on television. He has recorded music for advertisements, PBS series, and has debuted works for choir and Native American flute with the Texas Voices. Cornell is a regular presenter and performer at music workshops and festivals around the US.

His original compositions and playing have been described as soothing, soaring, haunting, and playful with influences of Native America, the Middle East, India, and the Far East. His musical style draws from his experience in the areas of classical, pop, folk, jazz and world music.