nose flute


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a flute that is played by blowing through the nostrils (used in some Asian countries)

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I'll also play a little of the `ohe,' the Hawaiian nose flute.
All you need to do is send us an audio-cassette or compact disc with your best 3-minute sample doing whatever it is you do -- throat singing, fiddling, yodeling, maybe you have a Hawaiian nose flute ensemble -- we're not fussy -- please include a short written bio (200 words or less), and mail your submission postmarked no later than midnight, Monday, October 28, 2002 to:
To those who cook by the seat of their pants, the squandering of her money on a library of cookbooks it tantamount to investing in nose flute lessons at Julliard.
But just because the Patagonian nose flute is the most profitable, we aren't going to jam our programme with them.
Featured guests include Eugene fiddler David Burham, harmonica player Dave Plaehn and nose flute specialist Dargoovo.
Wander into any record shop and the shelves are categorised: Rock and pop, soul, urban, metal, hip hop, country, Moroccan nose flute sea shanties .
Chapters that follow overview the variety of percussion (slit drums, sounding boards, jew's harps, rattles, gourd drum, body percussion), wind (conch signalling, panpipes, nose flutes, end-blown flutes, trumpets), and stringed (mouth bow) instruments.
They played high-pitched nose flutes and offered us potent rice wine to get us into the mood to buy their exquisite beaded craftwork.