Monday, November 30, 2009

[Native American Flute] Wayra - Dreams Of The Wind (2005) [FLAC]

Wayra - Dreams Of The Wind (2005)
| FLAC+CUE | 427MB | Native American/New Age/Instrumental |
The Native American flute is an end-blown flute fashioned either from cane (such as river cane), hardwood (such as walnut), or softwood (such as cedar). Theoretically, the instrument's archetype is the Anasazi flute developed by the Ancient Pueblo Peoples of Oasisamerica.

Although traditionally flutes would be made from river cane, bamboo or a local wood, more exotic rain forest woods or even plastics are now used. Today flute makes use may exotic materials too, like ceramic, bone, and glass.

The Native American flute has achieved some measure of fame for its distinctive sound, used in a variety of New Age and world music recordings. The instrument was originally very personal; its music was played without accompaniment in courtship, healing, meditation, and spiritual rituals. Now it is played solo, along with other instruments or vocals, or with backing tracks both in Native American music and in other styles. There are two different types of Native American flute, the plains flute and the woodlands flute, each with slightly different construction. (Wikipedia)

Tracklist:
1. Flying Condor
2. Wayrapa Muspuynins
3. Axtu- Leman- Sumix
4. Heya- No- Ha
5. Echoes of Time
6. Ghost Dancer
7. Land of Promise
8. Precious Water
9. Dawn
10. White Buffalo
11. Sacred Land
12. Coyote Dream

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