C.S. Fuqua | Simplicity ~ Windpoem VI ~ Native American Flute Meditations

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Simplicity ~ Windpoem VI ~ Native American Flute Meditations

by C.S. Fuqua

Meditative Native American flute music and world fusion similar to work by artists such as Mary Youngblood, R. Carlos Nakai, and Coyote Oldman.
Genre: World: Native American
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1. Tales of the Shoshone Nimerigar
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2. A Day at the Park
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3. Wash Us Pure
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4. Simplicity
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5. Spirits of Fire
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6. The Leaf
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7. Stand Up
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8. Yukio's Garden
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9. Celebration of the Turtle
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10. Mystified
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11. One Drop Closer to a Pool
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Simplicity ~ WindPoem VI provides relaxing, meditative music that’s both traditional and modern in structure and sound.

The Native American flute has assumed a special place in Native American mythology that has been erroneously accepted as history, promoted strictly as a man’s instrument used primarily, if not exclusively, as a courting tool. Although the Native American flute was sometimes used in courting, much like instruments in all cultures occasionally employed to express romantic desire, 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 to provide distraction and to express the musician’s mood and 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 Native American Flute ~ A Comprehensive Guide ~ History & Craft, available through most local and online bookstores.

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