Flute Circle Prayers
check out our new page at the top of the Calendar page for a listing of
Annual Flute Events.
be advised that the following individuals who are purporting to be the
entity known as "Cascadia Flute Circle" have no affiliation with
Cascadia Flute Circle, www.cascadiaflutecircle.org:
Dwight Lind &
Linda Lind - Quiet Bear Creation Flutes,
also known as Quiet Bear Flutes and Creation Flutes
Julie Lomen & Larry Lomen
|Cascadia Flute Circle and
Wilshire United Methodist Native American Fellowship
are proud to present
Join us for an evening of Traditional Storytelling, with performances by
CASCADIA FLUTE CIRCLE
in a benefit for
Wilshire United Methodist Native American Fellowship
3917 NE Shaver
Portland, OR 97212
Saturday, October 20, 2012
Concert 7:00 p.m.
Arrive at 6:00 p.m., and have dinner!
Tickets: Love Donation
Indian Tacos $7.00 (includes beverage & dessert)
Contact Stephanie at (503) 846-1755 or firstname.lastname@example.org for info
thanks to Nash Tavewa for his gift of his new recording,
"Yooneza: Zapotec Music [Clay Flute, Tlapitzalli and Drum], for
the Cascadia Flute Circle Lending Library." An extraordinary
|Absorbing Presentation Of The American Indian Flute Traditions
February 16, 2012
Posted in: CD Reviews
Remembering the Songs: Music Traditions from the Zuni, Navajo, and Salish
Remembering the Songs: Music Traditions from the Zuni, Navajo, and
Salish is a multimedia project with a music CD and a video documentary
produced by Salish educator Julie Cajune.
The film Remembering the Songs begins with an interview with American
Indian musician Fernando Cecillion, who discusses the endangered art of
flute-playing in the Zuni pueblo.
“The film explains the music,” says Cajune. “People that aren’t
familiar with music from traditional American Indian communities may
not know that most of the old music, the traditional music, had a
spiritual origin. So my purpose in this project was to try to
re-inspire young people to learn about their own traditions and to
maybe become interested again. Some of those traditions haven’t
Another enthralling character included in Remembering the Songs is Paul Thompson, a master Navajo (Dinť) flute maker.
The film also presents the work of the late Jerome Vanderburg, one of
the last Salish men who made and played traditional flutes. Vanderburg
and his wife Agnes were recorded by the Smithsonian Institution in the
early 1950s, singing and performing traditional flute music.
Remembering the Songs includes Gary Stroutsos’ version of a Salish love
song based on Vanderburg’s melodies. “I don’t think anybody in our
community makes those traditional flutes anymore,” says Cajune. “So my
idea was to try to re-inspire people to keep those traditions alive.”
The music disc is primarily instrumental and includes a mix or
traditional and modern flute performances by Fernando Cecillion, Gary
Stroutsos and Paul Thompson.
The Remembering the Songs film is an absorbing presentation of the
American Indian flute traditions of the American Southwest and
For additional information: www.caipar.org
Or by mail: All CDs and DVDs:
The Center for American Indian Policy and Applied Research
P.O. Box 70
Pablo, MT 59855
to Anthony Natividad for gifting Cascadia Flute Circle with his awesome
CD of Hawaiian Nose Flute, Ahupua'a. We love you, Anthony!
|Many thanks to Pam Mortensen for her generous gift of her amazing new CD, Dogum to our CD Lending Library. Thanks, Pam!
Marshall, a longtime member of Cascadia Flute Circle and going on his
25th year as a Gnostic priest, is to be elevated to the sacred order of
Bishop. (Steven has been the Priest in Charge of the Queen of
Heaven Gnostic Church, a parish of the Ecclesia Gnostica [Gnostic
Church] in Portland, for over 22 years). The Right Reverend
Stephan A. Hoeller, Regionary Bishop of the Ecclesia Gnostica in the
Americas, and the Most Reverend Rosamonde Miller, his sister Bishop in
the Episcopate of the Gnosis, will be consecrator and co-consecrator,
respectively. This is a very special event. Bishop Tau
Rosamonde was the first to receive the Gnostic Succession from Tau
Stephanus in 1981. Steven will be the first to receive it since
will take place on the 23rd day of October, 2011, at the Church of the
Holy Sophia in Los Angeles, California. Steven wishes to invite
all of us to share our spirits with his on this date.
Congrats to you, Steven! We are all very proud of you!
HUGE "Thanak-You" to Gary Stroutsos, who very generously gifted
Cascadia Flute Circle's CD Lending Library with his newest CDs, "Inside
Tutka Bay" and "Shadows of Time," as well as copies of "Oru: The
Natural Order," and "the Liverpool Trio, with David Lanz. Many
thanks! We love you, Gary! Please also see our Articles
page for a new Article by Gary!
warm Thank-You to Carl Perry for the gift to Cascadia Flute Circle's CD
Lending Library of his latest CD, "We Remember." Thanks, Carl!
thanks to Jeff Perry and his Father, Carl, for their very generous
donation of the latest CD recorded by Jeff for his Father, Carl, to use
with the Native American Flute, entitled "Background Music for the
Native American Flute Volume #2 (2010). We love you guys!
to QuailSpirit (Mark Church) for the gift to our CD Lending Library of
his CD, "Native American Flute Background Tracks: Traditional and
Natural Background Tracks." Thank you, Mark!
to Anasazi Flutemaker Mark Purtill for his gift of his CD, "Ancestor
Dreams: Music for Anasazi & Native American Flutes," to our
CD Lending Library. Thanks, Mark!
|We wish to express
our heartfelt gratitude to Morgan Fawcett (Tlingit) for his generous
donation of two of his CDs, entitled "Tears of our Fathers" and
"Legacy." We are so looking forward to your Concert here at the
Native Fellowship in April of 2011!
|A GIANT "Thank-You"
to Odell Borg, for his very generous gift to Cascadia Flute Circle's CD
Lending Library of two CDs by Travis Terry, "Canyon Shadows" and
"Echoes of the Canyon Wall;" John Bear's "Pure Passion" CD; "How to
Play Native American Flute" (with instruction book) DVD; "Native
American Flute Intermediate Instruction" (with instruction book) DVD;
"Native Spirit Song Book" (with CD; for F#, G & A Native American
Flutes); "Native Spirit Song Book Volume Two" (with CD; for F#, G &
A Native American Flutes); "Folk Spirit Song Book" (with CD; for F#, G
& A Native American Flutes); and "Christmas Spirit Songbook" (with
CD; for F#, G & A Native American Flutes). If you would like
to purchase any of these wonderful books from Odell and High Spirits
Flute, please see our Books page at www.cascadiaflutecircle.org, then
click on "Flute Tablature Books for Purchase." You will find
these, and other Flute Tablature books for purchase from their
sellers. Thank-You so much Odell!
warm Thank-You! to Ralph & Trenna Montes, for their donation of
Ralph's CD, "First Day of Spring," to the Cascadia Flute Circle CD
Lending Library. Thanks, Ralph & Trenna! We look
forward to hearing more from you!
thanks to Mark Thunderwolf for his generous donation of three CDs to
Cascadia Flute Circle's CD Lending Library, "Totem. . . The Winged
Ones," "Spirit Call," and "Thru the Eyes. . . Of My Brother."
Mark is also working on a new CD, entitled, "Open Your Heart."
Thanks, Mark, and we look forward to hearing more of you soon!
thanks to Pamela Mortensen, Didge player extraordinaire, for her
generous donation to our CD Lending Library of her CD, "Tree
Speak." We are also looking foreward to her new release,
"Doğum"! Thanks, Pam!
thanks to Cornell Kinderknecht for the gift of his CD, "Returning Home"
to Cascadia Flute Circle's CD Lending Library. Now there are two
for everyone to fight over! Thanks, Cornell!
Thanks to Joe Young for the gift of his Limited Edition of his new CD,
Face the Wind: The Poetry of Air Edition to Cascadia Flute Circle's
Lending Library. We love you, Joe!
|Many Thanks to Eric Ray for his
generous donation of a copy of Gvwi's latest CD, Valley of Thunder, to
Cascadia Flute Circle's Lending Library. Thanks, Eric!
thanks to Cascadia Flute Circle member Janina Angel Bath, for the gift
of her new CD, entitled "Gypsy Woman," to our CD Lending Library. Way
to go, Janina! Congrats!
thanks to Gary Stroutsos for the gift to Cascadia Flute Circle's
Lending Library of his latest CD project with David Lanz, entitled
Liverpool: Re-imagining the Beatles. Beautiful! Thanks to you from us
|A big "Thank-You" to
Pat Oberdieck for the gift of her wonderful "Piano Accompaniment for
the Native Flute" to our CD Lending Library. You can find this
background CD on our "Background/Rhythm/Guitar CDs for the Native Flute
for Purchase" link at the top of this page. Thanks, Pat!
|Many thanks to Kiriel
Solene for her very generous gift of three of her CDs, "Tribute to
GK: Awakening;" "Big Earth Sky;" and "In Your Dreams" to the
Cascadia Flute Circle CD Lending Library. Thanks, Kiriel!
|Special thanks to
Peter Nighteagle for gifting his CDs, "Pure Nighteagle: A
Collection of Pure Nighteagle Songs," and "Last Buffalo" to our CD
Lending Library. Thanks, Peter!
|Many thanks to
Rockapelli (Kevin Donoho & Emiliano Campobello) for gifting us with
their CD, "Rockapelli." Thanks, Emiliano!
|A round of applause
for their wonderful performance at the Yosemite Flute & Art
Festival '09, and a big "Thank-You!" to Garth Brooks and Kenneth Hooper
of Elysium Calling
for their gracious gift of their debut CD, "Shapeshifter," and their
newest CD, "Imagination," to the Cascadia Flute Circle Lending
Library. Thanks, Ken and Garth! We love you guys!
|A very special
"Thank-You" to Peter Kelliher for the gift of his CD, "Wooden Flute
Journey" to the Cascadia Flute Circle Lending Library. It was
great to finally get to talk with you in person, Peter! An
|Our gratitude to Cornell Kinderknecht
for the gift of his amazing CD, "Nightfall," to Cascadia Flute Circle's
Lending Library. For more information about Cornell, please see our
Links page at www.cascadiaflutecircle.org.
Many thanks for your many
|A big Thank-You to
Thomas Stokes, for donating a copy of his CD, "Spirit's Destiny: A
Native American Flute Journey," to our Flute Circle's Lending
Library. Thomas' CD combines the mystical sounds of the Native
American Flute with the natural sounds of Nature from the Pacific
Northwest. Thanks, Thomas!
|Many thanks to John Two Eagles for the gift of his CD,
Worlds," to the Cascadia Flute Circle CD Lending Library. This CD has
some wonderful stories connected to it, and some wonderful
tributes. Thanks, John!
|Special thanks to Bethel Evans, who very graciously donated a
her CD, "Reflections: Embracing the Stillness," to our Flute Circle's
CD Lending Library. Bethel recently had this CD remastered, and it
sounds better than ever! Thanks, Bethel!
INAFA CD, CLEAR WATER
RECEIVES NAMMY NOMINATION!
The CD, Clear Water Reflections, a compilation put together by the
International Native American Flute Association (INAFA) has received a
Native American Music Award (NAMMY) nomination in the Best Compilation
category! Clear Water Reflections is made up of new music from the
fine musical artists who performed at the 2008 INAFA Convention in Eau
Claire, Wisconsin. Please see our Recordings page at
www.cascadiaflutecircle.org, under "Various Artists" for a list of all
of the artists who contributed music to this CD. All of the artists
donated their music to the CD project in order to raise funds for INAFA
and in support of its mission and goals. The Clear Water Reflections
CD may be purchased on INAFA's website: www.inafa.org All proceeds
directly benefit the International Native American Flute Association.
The NAMMY awards show will be held in Niagara Falls, New York, on
October 3, 2009, at the Seneca Hotel and Casino. Public online voting
is now open. Please visit the NAMMY website, listen to the nominees’
music, and vote in whatever way your heart desires. The artists
involved in NAMA very much appreciate all of our votes!
Congrats to INAFA and all of the artists who contributed their music to
this wonderful CD!
|A warm Thank-You to Rona Yellow
(Chippewa/Cree) for the gift of her new CD, Voice of the Trees, to the
Cascadia Flute Circle Lending Library. We hope to have Rona do a
Concert for us in the Portland area soon! Thank-you, Rona!
If you would
like to purchase Rona Yellow Robe's CD, or contact her, please see her
Link on our Links page at www.cascadiaflutecircle.org.
once again to Clint
Goss for his gift of the latest of his Native Flute Tracks: Jam
Tracks in F# Minor, play-along background tracks. No Flute Player
should be without them! Thanks, Clint!
big drum-roll "Thank-You" to Mark Holland and N. Scott Robinson for
their awesome Concert on July 19, 2009 for the benefit of the Native
Fellowship here in Portland! Also, many thanks for the gift of an
autographed copy of their latest CD, "Wind & Fire" to the Cascadia
Flute Circle CD Lending Library. You guys rock!
thanks to our own John Sarantos for his very generous donation of his
CD, "Montana Crossings," by Night Dancers (John Sarantos & Gera
Clark), and the CD, "Ancient Voices of the Smoky Mountains," by Randy
McGillis, with Will Clipman. Thank-You, John, and Welcome!
big "THANK-YOU" to Tom Stewart & Family, of Stellar Flutes, and
Dennis Lombard, of Mountain Flutes, for their very generous donations
of two Native American Flutes for the Silent Auction to be held at the
Mark Holland/N. Scott Robinson Concert on Sunday, July 19, 2009. The
proceeds will benefit the Native American Fellowship's Lighting
Project. We very much appreciate your generosity and support fot this
gratitude to Gary Stroutsos for the gift of his newest CD, "Within You
Without You: Journey Into Stillness," with William Hoshal, and special
guest, David Lanz.
The title track is
based on the George Harrison song of the same title, which was
originally composed as a 30-minute raga. The song has been
reinterpreted in this 16-minute instrumental version, where you will
hear Brazilian Berimbau, Chinese Xiao, Sitar, Cello, and Nigerian Clay
Udu Drums. Thanks, Gary!
thanks to Eric Ray for gifting his CD, "Dusk to Dawn" by his band,
Gvwi, to the Cascadia Flute Circle Lending Library. We hope to see you
more, Eric! Thank-you again!
thanks to Joe Young from Cascadia Flute Circle for the gift of
his CD, "Pathways," to our Lending Library. Great show at the Magic
Valley Flute Festival (6/09) by Joe and his band. Thanks, Joe!
big "Thank-You" to Tim Blueflint (Chippewa/Comanche), of Shades of Rez
Flutes, for his generous gift of his CD to our Lending Library,
"Traditional Native Flute Music From Comanche Peak." Thank-you Tim!
to Jenny Willison for her wonderful gift of music, "First
Step." Jenny is a member of Joe Young's band, and a very talented
musician! Thank-you Jenny!
thanks to our own Vance Pennington for his generous gift to our CD Lending Library of all
4 of his Native American
Flute Tablature Books and CDs in his Play Along Series: Amazing Grace, with
Orchestral Strings Accompaniment; Amazing Grace with Piano and Strings
Accompaniment; Auld Lang Syne, with
Orchestral Strings Accompaniment; and Waking the Spirit of Christmas,
with Orchestral Strings Accompaniment. Thanks, Vance! You
would like to thank Terry Mack for the generous donation
of Wind Weaver's new CD, "Wild Threads," to the Cascadia Flute
Circle Lending Library. Thanks & congrats, Terry!
thanks to Robert Wind Pony for the generous donation of his new CD,
"Wind Pony," to the Cascadia Flute Circle Lending Library.
INAFA Receives a Nomination!
INAFA's CD, Clear Water
Reflections, has received its first
nomination: Nominated for the Best Flutist category in the
North American Indigenous Image Awards! Here is the
organization's Web site address:
Congrats to everyone involved in this project!
This CD is available INAFA's website, www.inafa.org (with free
shipping!), and through CDBaby, www.cdbaby.com. You can see the
artists and track listings on our Announcements page, below, and you
can listen to clips on CDBaby.
The Clear Water Reflections
CD is also
presently being featured/spotlighted on NativeRadio.com
There are sound samples, information about the organization, and
pictures from the July 2008 INAFA Convention.
The homepage that features INAFA is: www.nativeradio.com
The spotlight page itself is: www.nativeradio.com/INAFA.cfm
warm "Thank-You" to Carl Perry and Jeff Perry for the generous donation
of their CDs, "Sounds From My Soul" and "Background
Music for the Native American Flute," respectively, to Cascadia
Flute Circle's Lending Library. We have also added a link to Jeff
Perry's "Background Music for the Native American Flute" to the
CDs available on our "Background/Rhythm/Guitar CDs for the Native Flute
for Purchase" page, the link for which can be found at the top of
the Recordings page. Thanks again, you two! We're hoping
that there are more background CDs for the Native American Flute in the
| A Jim Gilliland Flute on
the Move Again!
Some time ago,
one of our Artisans, Jim Gilliland, made a flute for Astronaut John
Herrington, which subsequently made the journey with him into
Space. In August of 2008, John Herrington began a 4,000 mile bike
trip across the U.S., designed to encourage student participation
in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics. Jim
Gilliland made Herrington a high B flute which he will take on his
bike trip. You can track Herrington's progress on his bike trip
by clicking here: www.rocketrek.com
You can go
to Jim Gilliland's website by visiting our Artisans page!
grateful thanks to Clint Goss for his generous donation to Cascadia
Flute Circle's CD Lending Library of his CDs: "Spirit
Grass," Clint Goss and Eric Miller, with David Darling, and Lynn
Miller; the wonderful "Jam Tracks in A Minor: Native Flute
Tracks;" the newly-released "Jam Tracks in G Minor: Native
Flute Tracks;" and for the amazing 2-CD Set by W. A. Mathieu, reading
from his books, "The Listening Book: Discovering Your Own Music"
and "The Musical Life: What It Is and How to Live It," written by
W. A. Matheiu and Produced by Glint Goss. THANK-YOU Clint!
Please see the sublink "Audio Books for Purchase" on the "Music Books"
page for ordering W. A. Mathieu's audio books; and the sublink,
"Background/Rhythm/Guitar CDs for the Native Flute for Purchase" on our
"Recordings" page, if you would like to order any of these items.
You can purchase Clint's CD, "Spirit Grass" from www.cdbaby.com
(please see our Links page), or from www.ManifestSpirit.com (please
see our Links page).
Clear Water Reflections
Native American & World Flute Music
its official street release is January 1, 2009, the INAFA fund raising
CD, Clear Water Reflections,
is NOW AVAILABLE!!! INAFA
wishes to express its sincerest appreciation to the 2008 convention
performing artists, engineer Ivar Lunde, Jr. of Skyline Studio in Eau
Claire, Wisconsin, and producer Peter Phippen for donating their time,
effort, and wonderful music to this project. Their generosity is simply
amazing! All proceeds generated from this CD will benefit the INAFA 100
| Cost: $20 with free USA shipping!
Low International Shipping Rate
Please send check or money order payable to:
INAFA, 3351 Mintonville Point Drive, Suffolk, VA 23435
Credit Card payments through PayPal:
playlist for the CD is as follows:
1. Summer's Morning - R. Carlos Nakai (Native American flute)
2. The Hanging Road - Mark Holland (Native American flute),
Ranya Iqbal (cello), Aaron Burlbaw (guitar), and Ali Soltanshahi
3. Gathering Nectar - Joseph FireCrow (Native American flute)
4. Convergence - Jan Seiden (Native American flutes) and
Nanette G. Lunde (Continuo organ by Bennett and Giuttari)
5. Over the Bog Road - Skip Healy (Irish flute) and Mark
6. Dust - Michael Graham Allen [Coyote Oldman] (Anasazi flute)
7. First Lightning - Kevin Locke (Native American flute), Doug
Good Feather (vocals and drum), Gracie RedShirt Tyon (vocals), and Tom
Wasinging (Native drum, bass, percussion, udu, marxophone)
8. Journey With the Spirits - Xavier Quijas Yxayotl (Mayan clay
flutes, wind flute, and Tarahumara drum)
9. Crane Refrain - Frank Montano [Anakwad] (Native American
10. Two Rivers Meet - Randy Granger (Native American flute and
11. Dancing Through Time - Ann Licater (Native American flute)
12. Air Brushed - Mark Holland (Native American flute), Peter
Phippen (bansuri), and N. Scott Robinson (bodhrŠn)
13. Mojave - Michael Graham Allen [Coyote Oldman] (Mojave
14. My Hawk Has Flown - Skip Healy (Irish flute)
15. Banish Misfortune Forever - Skip Healy (Irish flute) and
Mark Bachand (bodhrŠn)
16. Raven Talk - R. Carlos Nakai (Native American flute)
17. For Ivar - Dr. Tim Lane (Chinese dizi)
18. Sacrifice - Peter Phippen (shakuhachi and Mayan clay
flutes) and Jason Introwitz (Nigerian drum)
19. Loon Song - Frank Montano [Anakwad] (Native American flute)
20. Dance - Tiit Raid (Norwegian seljeflÝyte and Native
American frame drum) and Jason Introwitz (conga and dumbek)
- Peter Phippen (Anasazi flute and Dead Whistle) and Sarah Maurer
22. Of the Sands - Jonny Lipford (Native American flute)
23. New Horizons - Bobb Fantauzzo (Chinese xiao), Aaron Kerr
(cello), and Jason Introwitz (drum kit)
Jan DeBoer has a
new book, entitled "The Storyteller's Flute," together with his CD
trilogy, "Flute Songs for a Blue Moon," "In the Spirit,"
and "Shadow Land Flute Songs." The book is the story of John's
Flute Journey, and contains the stories behind all of the music in the
CD trilogy. You can purchase the CDs separately or with the book
thanks to Gary Stroutsos
and William Hoshal for their amazing Concert at the Native
American Fellowship, and also to Gary Stroutsos for his gift to
Cascadia Flute Circle of his new DVD, "Living Temples," with David Lanz. We love
We had our
inaugural meeting of the Circle of Circles down at the Yosemite Flute
Festival on Sunday, September
28, 2008, in Oakhurst, California. We had a wonderful
turnout! The Circle of Circles is a grassroots movement to help
keep Flute Circles alive and enriched, and is a group dedicated to
supporting new and existing Flute Circles all over the world. The
mission of the Circle of Circles is to create a supportive network of
Flute Circle Leaders, with an open line of communication with each
other, which enables all Flute Circles to share information in order to
grow and prosper. We will use the collective knowledge of the
group to help answer questions about creating and
managing regional Flute Circles, and helping them to thrive and
Are you just starting
a new flute circle, or trying to figure out how to get one
started? Are you frustrated that your current Flute
Circle has lost momentum and needs a jolt of fresh
energy? Are you struggling to find new ideas
for your next Flute Circle event? Have you seen turnover
in your Flute Circle membership and need ideas to help
jump-start the group? Would you like to organize a
concert or workshop and need help with logistics and
planning? These are just some of the many issues that will be
addressed in the Circle of Circles forum.
There are two
key ways you can interact with other Flute Circles within the Circle of
the online Flute Portal (www.fluteportal.com). If you are
already a member, send a message to Geoffrey Ellis (email@example.com)
requesting admission to the "Circles of Circles" area
(it's a private forum for Flute Circle Leaders). If you are not a
member, create a new membership and then send a message to Geoffrey
Ellis requesting admission to the "Circle of Circles." You can
then post or respond to any message on the online forum. This
will be our virtual meeting area and a place where all Flute Circle
Leaders can ask questions and share ideas and information.
a live event at an upcoming Flute Festival. The Circle
of Circles will schedule an informal meeting at every upcoming Flute
Festival. This will be an opportunity for those in attendance to
meet and greet each other. (For a listing of Annual Flute Events
across the country, please see the link at the top of our Calendar
can I contact for more information about
the Circle of Circles?
Even if you are
not a Flute Circle Leader, the Flute Portal (www.fluteportal.com)
has many other resources and forums, including, music downloads,
free flute circle web pages, articles, links, classifieds, auctions,
raffles, etc. Check it out!
Clint Goss has
announced a new audio release: The
Listening Book and The Musical Life, by W. A. Mathieu. Many of
you have seen these books in our "Music Books" page, and also quotes
from this material on our "Some of Our Favourite Quotes" page at the
top of the "Articles" page.
The Listening Book was a landmark exploration of the world of sound and
music when it was released in 1991, opening the ears and mind of tens
of thousands of music students to a wider horizon of sound and
Clint purchased the book and was captured by it's approach to music and
listening. In 2004, he managed to get a copy of the audio cassette edition
of The Listening Book from England
and listened to it a dozen times. He was enriched by the words but a
bit sad that this great material was not available to a wider audience.
The philosophy and exercises are so organic and in tune with the
approach that many of us take with the NAF.
Last year the stars came into alignment. and Clint was able to get in
touch with the author, who was able to locate the master tapes and
purchase the rights to reissue The Listening Book (yes, he had to
purchase his own material). He also recorded an additional segment
reading from his second book, The Musical Life.
November 11th is the official release date for the 2-CD set of The
Listening Book and The Musical Life. However, advance copies should be
available for purchase within a week.
Clint has posted a dozen tracks from the set at the web site below, so
please click and have a listen.
Clint has asked for any thoughts or
feedback you may have!
... and if you are interested in purchasing this item for your own use,
Clint has provided a pre-release discount. If you purchase through the
and enter the
promotional code "NAF6" you will receive a 10% discount on your
I encourage you all to
take advantage of this wonderful opportunity to hear this amazing
material! It will change the way you listen to and play music!
very proud Thank-You to our own Vance Pennington for the gift of his
new CD, Different Directions, to our Flute Circle Lending
Library. Congrats, Vance, and Thank-You! You can pick up
this recording at www.waking-spirit.com.
thanks to Stephen DeRuby for the gift of his wonderful CD,
"Passion Flute," to Cascadia Flute Circle's CD Lending Library, which
is one of our favourite recordings! Thanks, Stephen!
very special thank-you to William Hoshal for his generous gift of his
Nammy-nominated CD, "A Rumor of the Sun." This CD also contains
the 7th Annual Independent Music Awards-nominated Best Song in the New
Age Category, "One Sky." Congratulations on your nominations,
William, and thank you for your support!
thanks from the members of Cascadia Flute Circle to Robert Wind Pony
for his generous donation of his latest CD, "Wings of Change" to our CD
Flute Circle would like to thank Gary Stroutsos for his wonderful gift
of his latest CD, "Heart of the Bitterroot: Voices of Salish
& Pend d'Oreille Women.
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musicians Gary Stroutsos, David Lanz, and Swil Kanim.
have copies for sale, please see Stephanie
Flute Circle would like to thank Janice "Sunflower"
Trytten, for the generous gift of her CDs, "Warm Shelter" and
"Welcome Silence." Thank-you, Janice!
thanks to Vince Chafin for donating his CDs, Canyon Lands, Who Has Seen
the Wind, and Sacred Space to our Flute Circle Lending Library.
very special "Thank-You" to Dennis Lombard, of Mountain Flutes, for his
donation to Cascadia Flute Circle of a beautiful F# flute, with a
Feather fetish, and a Feather wood-burning design. Thank-you
special Thank-You to Painted Raven for the generous donation of their
CD entitled, "Spirit Journey" to Cascadia
Flute Circle's CD Lending Library.
very special thank-you to Peter Phippen for his very generous gift to Cascadia
Flute Circle's CD Lending Library of four of his CDs: Shadows of
Dawn, Echoes of the Past, Night Song, and Book of Dreams. Thanks,
Thanks to Gary Stroutsos for his gift of the "Living Temples" CD (with
David Lanz), "The Makoche Masters" 2-CD/CD-ROM, and the
"Echoes of Canyon de Chelly" CD (with Paul Thompson), for our
Lending Library. Thanks, Gary!
to Jeff Ball for his 2007 Indian Summer Music Award (ISMA) for "Best
Flute." Jeff's ISMA-winning CD is entitled "The Shape of
Light," and features Jeff Ball, Arvel Bird, Peter Phippen, Dawn Avery
and Ron Warren. You can see photos of Jeff Ball and Ron Warren
performing life at Flute Quest-2007, Bothell, WA, on the
Gallery 2007 page at
special thank-you to Grand Canyon Flutes (www.grandcanyonflutes.com)
for their gift of Robert Wind Pony's new CD, Moon Rider.
release! Check out the new CD by David Lanz and Gary Stroutsos,
entitled "Living Temples." www.davidlanz.com
Book Enchants Lovers of Oregon Coast The magic of Haystack Rock, the
Oregon Coast's most famous landmark, is the subject of a new book Frederick
and the Flute Maker. but popular with all ages, the book tells the
story of Royle, a flute maker, and the "little people" of Haystack
Rock. When Royle
meets a boy named Frederick, the encounter changes both their lives.
The fable Frederick and the Flute
Maker is designed for children of second-grade through middle
school. Its magical
story is intertwined with the pre-history of the Oregon Coast and, in
particular, the history of Cannon Beach, home to Haystack Rock. It has
an underlying message adults can appreciate about reverence for the
natural wonder of the Oregon Coast. The
beautifully hardbound picture book comes with an audio book, and
benefits the Haystack Rock Awareness Program, which receives $1 from
Frederick and the Flute Maker
author Tricia Gates Brown is a poet, writer, and playwright who works
part-time as Program Director of the Cannon Beach History Center. The book is wonderfully
illustrated by Sally Lackaff, who spent her childhood in Cannon Beach
and who now works as an artist in Astoria, Oregon. She is known for murals and
illustrations visible around the north coast. Original music for the
audio-book was composed and recorded by Gary Stroutsos of Seattle,
Washington, with the help of Gary Lanz. Stroutsos' admiration for
the Oregon Coast inspired his most popular CD, "Pacific Moon," which
was born at Falcon Cove.
Frederick and the Flute Maker
is available in shops around
the Oregon Coast, and in Portland, Seattle, and other inland towns.
Please see our "Flute Tablature Books for Purchase" section on our
Books page at www.cascadiaflutecircle.org
for ordering information.
Spirit of Sacajawea
of Sacajawea is a new independent film by Naka Productions.The only
woman and the only Indian to travel with the Lewis and Clark
expedition, Sacajawea is one of the most revered women in American
history, yet her story has been romanticized and, often, misinterpreted
by non-natives. The Spirit of Sacajawea examines the many
controversies of her life, how her tribes were impacted, and how they
are surviving today. This is the story of Sacajawea from a Native
woman's perspective. The film is narrated by Tantoo Cardinal,
with the original musical score by Mary Youngblood and Jim Brock.
Mary Youngblood was nominated for an EMMY for her work on this project,
which is beautifully done.
You can order this DVD from www.nakatv.com
for $25.00, plus $5.00 shipping & handling.
very special thank-you to Roger McGee for gifting a copy of his
wonderful CD, "The Storyteller" to Cascadia Flute Circle's lending
library. Thank you, Roger!
special thanks to Bobb Fantauzzo for donating a copy of his CD, Sirocco
- Winds of Passion to the Cascadia Flute Circle Music Lending
Library. Thanks, Bobb!
to Mary Youngblood on her second Grammy win for her new CD, "Dance With
the Wind." You go girl! We were graced with Mary's music
at two events in November of 2006. Please see the
Gallery page for pictures of Mary's appearance at the Circle of
Hope/A Gathering of Flutes and the wonderful concert hosted by
Cascadia Flute Circle and Wilshire United Methodist Church & Native
American Fellowship, held in Portland, OR.
our thanks and beautiful flute music to Scott Thingelstad for
our wonderful new Website! Thanks, Scott!
Show off your Flute Circle!
Flute Circle logo patches are in and they are beautiful! These
can be sewn on clothing, flute bags, flute cases, etc. Just about
anywhere! Please support our Flute Circle by purchasing one
or more patches for $10.00 each.
We also have
vinyl Cascadia Flute Circle logo stickers. These go on the
outside of your car window, a bumper, vinyl flute cases, etc.
Please support our Flute Circle by purchasing one or
more stickers for $5.00 each.