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Topic: Panpipes

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  Different Panpipes Makes   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
The classical Romanian Panpipes, in whatever variant of size and range, is constructed, in the main, from fine quality bamboo canes.
The beeswax enables the Panpipes to be tuned by either removing some of the wax or inserting and pressing home aditional wax.
The Panpipes are tuned by varying the amount of beeswax at the base of the tubes.
www.stormpages.com /davepighills/makes.html   (699 words)

 [No title]   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
The instrument is an end-blown tubular aerophone set without fingerholes, consisting of numerous closed pipes of cane rafted together in two halves, each half played by a single musician who often plays a drum at the same time.
In ancient times similar panpipes were played in Peru's northern (among the Moche) and southern (among the Nasca) coasts.
Archaeological panpipes from Peru and Bolivia were constructed from cane, ceramic, and stone.
otto.cmr.fsu.edu /~cma/andes.htm   (1376 words)

 The Construction of Panpipes
If panpipes were as simple as the program shown in Figure 1, it would be trivially easy to determine the cause for the panic it triggers.
As a trivial measure, the panpipes executable is stripped of all symbols that are not needed for it to load and run correctly.
Once the handler thread is active, panpipes changes the task's exception port from its existing nonsensical value to that it allocated for the handler.
www.kernelthread.com /mac/challenge/result/construction.html   (1812 words)

 Roman Musical Instruments   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
Pan, the "country" god of panpipe playing, (and other mischief) is tied to the rustic agricultural origins of the Latin people.
Notice the young man with the panpipes is styled as Pan, the mythical god who inspires musical creativity.
As she plucks a gentle melody that flows down to the lower strings she steps lightly, signaling the cue for the panpipes at which she will then repeat her melody as the pipes join in harmony.
www.personal.psu.edu /users/w/x/wxk116/muse/panpipes.htm   (218 words)

 HMT Catalog: Panflutes
Panpipes consist of a series of straight tubes, closed at one end, that are bound together either in a straight line or in a curve, concave from the player's viewpoint.
Andean panpipes come in many forms and go by many local names including Siku, Ankara, Rondador, Zampona, etc. and can be diatonic or pentatonic.
The arrangement of notes on the double row Andean Reed Panpipes is as follows: There are two rows of pipes that are NOT two octaves bound together.
www.hmtrad.com /catalog/winds/panflute.html   (373 words)

 The Enigmatic Panpipes   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
It is he who is responsible for bringing the talent of a number of great Romanian virtuosos to the notice of the west as the result of his extensive research and numerous recordings.
He is Panpipes teacher and Leader of an orchestra at the "Free Academy Westvest" in Delft.
Herkenhoff is a master of all genres on the Panpipes and this CD displays his remarkable talent.
www.stormpages.com /davepighills   (1316 words)

 peruvian traditional music
Panpipes, known by the Aymara as siku, by the Quechna as antara and by the Spanish as zampoƱa, are ancient instruments and archeologists have unearthed panpipes tuned to a variety of scales.
While modern panpipes - played in the city or in groups with other instruments - may offer a complete scale allowing solo performance, traditional models are played in pairs, as described by sixteenth-century chroniclers.
Apart from their use at fiestas, panpipes are played mainly in the dry season, from April to October.
www.peru-explorer.com /traditional_music.htm   (690 words)

 Viking Panpipes
The book describes the notes sounded by this panpipe as being the the five notes from "top A" to "top E," or the first five notes of the A-major scale.
Unlike the cane pipes most of us are used to when we think of the word "panpipes," the York panpipe is one block of wood with holes in it.
In a panpipe, the important thing is the volume of the cavity, so aiming for the average size of the hole will be the best way I have of approximating the original with modern tools.
www.geocities.com /scalaska1/pipes.html   (2008 words)

 Introduction to the Panpipe (Lesson Plan)
Play a recording of Peruvian or Bolivian panpipe music to demonstrate the principle of interlocking musical parts, a technique in which two musicians (or multiples of two) play alternate notes of a single melody on a pair of panpipes.
Discuss how panpipes are made by the Native Americans from their local materials (cane or bamboo and string), and explain how we can make them from modern materials: polyvinyl chloride (PVC) plastic tubing and glue.
Place the tubes into two sets (see Figure 3 from Constructing the Panpipe) on a flat surface covered with waxed paper, and place a quarter-inch wide bead of PVC glue (see Caution from Constructing the Panpipe) along the sanded edge of each tube that is to be joined.
www.teachervision.fen.com /page/6742.html   (1034 words)

The students will view a tape of a professional panpipe player on a VCR player via the Iowa Communications Network.Students will observe and evaluate a performance on the panpipe.
The students will learn what an ethnomusicologist is, observe different types of panpipes, learn the importance of the panpipes to Bolivian culture, and view a Web site created for Northwest Iowa schools at the University of Cincinnati Conservatory by Robert and Debra Tempelman via the Iowa Communications Network.
While the construction of the panpipes is going on, I have the science instructor come in and explain the principles of sound.
www.intime.uni.edu /lessons/039iaue   (2403 words)

 Peter Pan in Disney's Return to Never Land Walkthrough - IGN FAQs
Play your panpipes on the right to reveal a post and spinning object, then continue right and fly through the wall to find a secret place.
Continue left through the tunnel and use the panpipes to reveal a switch, hit it and return to the door that you saw earlier before it closes.
Use the panpipes to beat him for a key, then return to the first locked door that you opened.
faqs.ign.com /articles/381/381196p1.html   (7824 words)

 O & M Panpipes
OandM panpipes are created in the typical Romanian shape with its beautiful, strong, distinctive line.
While it may seem as though a panpipe could be created by sticking a few pipes together in a frame, in fact this is not so - without some additional secrets
We know these secrets, Ovidiu being an experienced professional panpipe player and extremely talented craftsman, giving painstaking and expert attention to the sound, and Mihaela a professional violinist who puts the finishing touches to the panpipes to give them their beauty and shine
www.ovidiu-svart.com   (164 words)

 Building and Playing Pan Pipes by Phil & Sarah Tulga
If you're interested in building and playing homemade panpipes, this is the page for you.
So take a couple of minutes, play the virtual panpipes, learn how to make your instrument, and discover all of the great songs your homemade panpipes can play.
Just like our homemade water bottle xylophone and glockenspiel, our panpipes are tuned to play an 8-note scale in the key of C. Playing all three instruments together, you have an instant homemade instrument band with musical arrangements that work for everyone!
www.philtulga.com /Panpipes.html   (652 words)

 The Columbia Encyclopedia, Sixth Edition: panpipes@ HighBeam Research   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
PANPIPES [panpipes] Pandean pipes, or syrinx, musical wind instrument, consisting of graduated tubes closed at one end and fastened together.
PANPIPES Magickal Marketplace began as A Hollywood tearoom opened by practitioners of the occult in 1961.
This is not panpipes, quena flutes and bombo drums.
www.highbeam.com /ref/doc0.asp?docid=1E1:panpipes   (307 words)

The panpipes of the Old World were found in use in Panama, Columbia and Peru.
And the same panpipes were found in the Solomon Islands with a tonal identity and the same pitch.
Panpipes from the Solomon Islands (left) and Bolivia.
www.goldenageproject.org.uk /82panpipes.html   (101 words)

 The Panpipes - Canadian Museum of Civilization - Canada
These panpipes were made in Canada by Valeriu Apan, who is famous for his interpretation of both Rumanian and Western music.
We have also come to know the panpipes through Andean music where these multi-reeded instruments have an important role in almost all traditional groups.
They can have a smaller or larger number of tubes of varying diameter and length depending on their place in the larger family of these instruments.
www.virtualmuseum.ca /Exhibitions/Instruments/Anglais/mcc_c_txt04_en.html   (169 words)

 Entertainment: Cincinnati.Com
There are six different voices of kantus panpipes; the panpipes are in six different sizes.
Panpipes are only played during the highland Andean dry season, from May to October.
One interesting point about the nyanga panpipe dance is that there is only one piece of music.
www.cincinnati.com /freetime/stories/053002_festivalinstruments.html   (703 words)

 Result and Report: The Mac OS X Expert Challenge — 2005.1
Alexey determined correctly what panpipes was doing to trigger the panic, identified most of the cloaking measures it used, and suggested a plausible fix for the problem.
Perhaps the most intriguing aspect of the system flaw used by panpipes is the flaw's age.
The cloaking measures used in the construction of panpipes, and the approaches used in its deconstruction, are representative of creation of both malware and defenses against malware.
www.kernelthread.com /mac/challenge/result   (1330 words)

 THE PANPIPES - Aerophones
The panpipes, an older style, were made of several tubes of staggered length.
Legend says, they were invented by the God Pan and later turned into a symbol of pastoral life by poets.
Some cultures, including the Lydians, used the panpipes to guide warriors into combat.
www.virtualmuseum.ca /Exhibitions/Instruments/Anglais/mcc_j_txt04a_en.html   (113 words)

 Music Education Products by Phil Tulga: Pan Pipes
Come and join Phil’s daughter, Sarah, as she builds a working 8-note set of panpipes out of PVC sprinkler pipe.
She shows you how to prepare your materials and guides you step-by-step in assembling your instrument.
She also covers a number of helpful tips on how to play your panpipes so you will sound your best.
www.philtulga.com /products-panpipes.html   (222 words)

 SHOW 304: Ancient Flutes of Egypt
Even without the benefit of advanced mathematics, music theory and computer technology, ancient peoples were still able to make many types of working musical instruments.
Traditionally made from bamboo or hollow reeds, panpipes are an ancient instrument dating back at least 4,000 years.
You can make a modern version with about 5 feet of nominal half-inch CPVC water pipe from the local hardware store, which can probably cut the pipe for you.
www.pbs.org /safarchive/4_class/45_pguides/pguide_304/4534_flute.html   (735 words)

 Amazon.ca: Music: Magic Of The Panpipes (Rm)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
Concerto In D Minor (BWV 1060) For Violin, Panpipes And Orchestra: 2.
Concerto In D Major For Panpipes And Orchestra: 1.
Concerto In D Major For Panpipes And Orchestra: 2.
www.amazon.ca /exec/obidos/ASIN/B00004Z32T   (464 words)

 The Shed | Panpipe Hell | The Album
God Shuffled His Panpipes - Crash Test Dummies
Two Panpipes and a Packet Of Crisps Please!
We're always after new suggestions for new panpipe albums.
www.planetbods.org /comedy/panpipe2.live   (221 words)

 Panpipes - Lark In The Morning
Beautifully crafted, authentic Romanian tunable maple Panpipes, imported direcly from Bucharest.
Authentic South American cane panpipes, crafted by hand and wrapped in colorful, decoarative braided cords.
An authentic South American cane panpipe, the Bolivian Chordal Rondador is one of the oldest of the Andean wind pipes.
www.larkinam.com /category.asp_Q_c_E_74_A_Panpipes_E_   (183 words)

 South American Panpipes and Zamponas from Carousel Publications Ltd.   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
One myth surrounding them is that Pan, the Greek god of the woods, was in love with a water nymph who ran away from him and changed herself into a reed.
Zamponas are panpipes having two rows of pipes.
Circular Panpipes The panpipes are blown into the circular end while twirling them between both hands.
www.carousel-music.com /nf/panpipesnf.html   (336 words)

 Chaski's Press Kit   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
We are accomplished performers of the following instruments: flute, quena, zampoñas (panpipes), alto flute, transverse flute, harp, guitar, charango, cuatro, ronroco, bombo, chajchas, maracas, matraka, and various whistles and bird calls.
Olivar and Miguel Manzano (Hymn #407 in the Presbyterian Hymnal) as a Bolivian cueca for voice, quena, harp, and charango.
Typically, a group of musicians plays in hocket fashion in which each half of the group plays half of the diatonic scale and the melody is shared.
www.chaskimusic.com /presskit.html   (8259 words)

 Panpipes and Panflutes from Dajoeri. The oldest musical instrument is the panpipe!   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
DAJOERI represents the oldest West-European panpipe school and was founded in 1971.
They offer panpipe instructions for adults and teens in many places in Switzerland as well as abroad and made a substantial contribution for the worldwide distribution of this wonderful instrument.
Click here to contact us and find out more about our panpipes.
www.dajoeri.com /maine1.html   (170 words)

 Panpipes   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
Can you imagine hearing a tune which was last heard over a thousand years ago?
This is what happened to archaeologists in York when they found a set of panpipes lost in the Viking Age.
Once the pipes had been cleaned they still played five notes.
www.yorkarchaeology.co.uk /artefacts/childrens/panpipes.htm   (115 words)

 Bamboo Panpipes- Bamboo Forums
There are also many varieties of bamboo that can be used to make these, but some varieties work better, depending on the thickness of the culm walls, and how easy it is to clean out the velum (tissue-like substance) from the inside of the culm, and other reasons, personal to the maker.
Bamboo panpipes - set of 3 - made by Stan Skov
I'll play a tune for you right now, on one of your panpipes and send it with this post!
www.bamboocraft.net /forums/showthread.php?t=550   (302 words)

 Aloha welcome to Pan-Flute.com a site about panflutes & panpipes
This is a site about panflutes and panpipes, but also featured are Irish whistles and recorders, quenas, gemshorns and other extraordinary flutes from around the world.
To hear the almost 2 hours of beautiful musical selections, videos, slideshows and full length bonus tracks, please install both Quicktime and RealVideo.
This website is subject to copyright and any unauthorised use, copying or mirroring is prohibited.
pan-flute.com /home.html   (173 words)

 South American Zampoña (Panpipes)
Archaeological studies have shown the ANTARA to be one of the oldest instruments of Andean culture.
This panpipe is often sought after by younger individuals due to its ease of play
Where to purchase a Siku, Zampoña or Panpipes
shakuhachi.com /F-Panpipes.html   (329 words)

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