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Sunwatch Flute Festival

Monday, September 6th, 2010

Byron and Paula attended the SunWatch Flute and Art Gathering for the first time this year. It is held at the SunWatch Indian Village/Archaeological Park near Dayton, Ohio each August. We got to hear quite a few flute players for the first time as well. A familiar favorite, Johnny Lipford was there. He is always […]

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Saturday, August 14th, 2010

Byron’s birthday was this month. He decided to get an amp and a echo box for our microphone. He has been spending alot of time playing with it and having fun. Since flute circle met this week, he brought his new set-up along with Clint Goss’ “Jam Tracks.” If you haven’t tried “Jam Tracks” yet, […]

New Friends and New Ideas found at INAFA

Sunday, July 25th, 2010

Paula and Byron attended the INAFA (International Native American Flute Association) convention in Eau Claire, Wisconsin in July. What a great experience! It was held at the University of Wisconsin, so those who chose could register for meals and for staying in a dorm. We opted for using our camper, but registered for the meal […]

Zion Flute School 2010

Sunday, July 25th, 2010

After taking time off for both daughters getting married, Byron and Paula are back learning about their flutes. This year, they began with Zion Flute School in the beginning of May. We spent the week taking lessons on the Anasazi Flute with Scott August. Awesome! We also attended afternoon sessions on recording flute. Joe and […]

New Guests at March Meeting

Saturday, March 14th, 2009

Two new guests attended our March flute circle meeting. David and Dewayne decided to see what we were about. David had found some flute making instructions on the internet and brought two flutes to show. One was a F#m flute and one a drone. Both flutes had a nice tone to them. It will be […]

Music! Music! Music!

Thursday, March 29th, 2007

Although our flute circle has not had a meeting since December, member Paula Ellis has not been idle. She has been busily converting children’s songs and other familiar tunes into Nakai tabulature. Why has she taken on this project? “There are a number of reasons,” she says. “I have learned so much more about TAB […]

Trans-continental Flute Lesson!

Wednesday, January 10th, 2007

We believe Robin “White Deer in Autumn” Myers may have made a bit of history. This past Sunday, Jan 7 at 1pm Central Standard Time, Robin “White Deer In Autumn” Myers gave what may be the very first trans-continental flute lesson! Using Skype(tm), a web-based communication application that allows video-phone functionality, she gave a Native […]

Doc Payne

Thursday, December 7th, 2006

Doc Payne at Jeff Calavans home on the McKenzie River in Vida Oregon. Doc is playing a Toubat flute made for Twohawks and personally signed by Doc Payne Jeff Calavan showing off his Christmas gifts from the Flute Circle in 2005

Sierra Noble

Thursday, December 7th, 2006

Twohawks new Metis friend and recording artist in Canada. You can visit Sierra at http://www.sierranoble.ca/ This young lady is a gentle heart and a wonderful approach to life honoring her Metis heritage through her music and walking the Red Path of life.

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