Anything to do with chromatic panpipes, panflutes, jazz panpipes, jazz panflutes, panpipe technique, Romanian nai, construction, tuning.
32 years playing panpipes, 15 years playing wholetone (chromatic) panpipes, 8 years designing and making panpipes with 3D technology. 20 years developing a 50 years playing Jazz. My wholetone concept is amply explained on my website http://www.tuutflutes.com
As a pioneer in a field for which no courses have been offered, nothing relevant. I did receive tuition on Romanian Nai from Raluca Patuleanu. Apart from that I did languages at Oxford and SOAS London and can answer questions in French, Spanish among other languages.
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With difficulty, slowly and probably not very in tune. But I have never owned one of these flutes. They seem to be undergoing something of a revival in Peru where quena makers are offering them. Why not
Made by Peter Harlan (1898-1966), working between 1926 and 1950. Inspired by Dolmetsch to make reproduction recorders, his recorders were not based on authentic historical patterns. No reason to suppose