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    « Marion ... er, NILS the Librarian | Main | Happy Nils's Birthday »

    February 21, 2007

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    platypus

    Very cool indeed - and precisely the reason I stopped learning all those years ago. I was never going to be able to play like that. Now, if I'd known about Ron Burgendy and his jazz flute back then it might have turned out very differently...

    William

    There is a some of this guy on you tube he does one for the theme to Sesame Street which is very cool.

    Erin

    So, I investigated William's claim of a beatboxing flute version of the Sesame Street theme, and I not only found that (really cool, thank you William!), but this guy (Greg Pattillo) also does an amazing beatboxing flute (two words that really don't belong together, if you ask me, but who knew?) for Peter and the Wolf.

    Squirl

    I finally had a chance to watch this. I really like it. Listened to a couple of the others, too.

    Sure is a lot cooler than Marian the Librarian.

    ;)

    wordgirl

    Maybe he's too retro for Erin, but have you introduced your daughter to the unbelievable talents of Ian Anderson as he fronts for Jethro Tull? I've seen him twice in concert--and though he finds it difficult to play his flute while standing on one leg (as he was wont to do in decades past)he's still quite amazing.

    wordgirl

    Maybe he's too retro for Erin, but have you introduced your daughter to the unbelievable talents of Ian Anderson as he fronts for Jethro Tull? I've seen him twice in concert--and though he finds it difficult to play his flute while standing on one leg (as he was wont to do in decades past)he's still quite amazing.

    Sandy

    that was very cool...I'm going to check out the one on youtube as well.....thanks!

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