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C.S. Fuqua | Infinite ~ Windpoem V ~ Native American Flute Meditations

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Infinite ~ Windpoem V ~ Native American Flute Meditations

by C.S. Fuqua

Infinite is the first album in the WindPoem series to incorporate instruments other than Native American flute and percussion in four songs. Even so, Infinite remains true to the WindPoem goal to provide listeners with relaxing, meditative music.
Genre: World: Native American
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1. Infinite
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2. American Vindaloo
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3. April's Fool
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4. Breezin'
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5. Iiʼniʼ Tó Nilį́į́h (Thunder Creek)
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6. Interlude
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7. Nightlife
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8. Reawakening
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9. Playtime
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10. Explorer
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11. Three in Flight
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12. Migration
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Album Notes
"There is a level of music imagination I seldom hear from anyone else. This album is a stunner." ~ From a review of Infinite by Dick Claassen, author and Native American flute instructor/musician

Infinite ~ WindPoem V marks the first album in the WindPoem series to incorporate in four of the songs instruments other than Native American flute and percussion. Even so, Infinite remains true to the WindPoem goal to provide listeners with relaxing, meditative music.

After Europeans invaded the Americas, the Native American flute assumed a special place in Native American mythology that was soon accepted as history, promoted strictly as a man’s instrument used primarily, if not exclusively, as a courting tool. As usual, reality differs sharply from mythology. Although the Native American flute was sometimes used in courting, much like instruments in all cultures occasionally employed to express romantic desires, courting was not its only use, nor was its use restricted to men. In pre-European America, Native American men, women, and children played the flute as entertainment, in fertility rites, during celebrations and mourning rituals, and simply as a happy distraction to express their mood and show their talent. WindPoem albums celebrate the flute’s rich and inclusive heritage and history.

For more information on the history, mythology, and crafting of the instrument, check out The Native American Flute: Myth, History, Craft and Native American Flute Craft, available through most local and online bookstores.

C.S. Fuqua is available for musical and historical presentations regarding the Native American flute.

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