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Flute Etudes,Chinese Bamboo Flute Music Fife Flute and Modern Alto Flute with Wholesale Bulk Plastic Champagne Flutes,Traditional Handmade Chinese Musical Instrument (G)

Flute Etudes,Chinese Bamboo Flute Music Fife Flute and Modern Alto Flute with Wholesale Bulk Plastic Champagne Flutes,Traditional Handmade Chinese Musical Instrument (G)

  • Especially suitable for beginner
  • This bass flute contributes to high durability and wonderful tone
  • The piccolo flute material : natural Bitter Bamboo (More than 3 Years Old)
  • The flute wooden is hand carved in China by the agile craftsmen who painstakingly took very long time to create this piece just for you
  • Fife flute unique look makes it a nice decorative even when not being used. Makes a heart-warming gift for a music lover
Product Description
Before delivery, our black champagne flutes are tested by professional quality inspector again to verify that they meet our standards. 
We discovered that these traditional glorious skills are getting suppressed. The artisans that we work with are trying to continue the dying legacy of their artwork. Each artwork handcrafted by them is an end product of their hard and meticulous work. Store China wants to revive these art forms and at the same time empower these skilled artists. We want to present different art forms and create a whole new bamboo flute music by itself that has never been created before. Overall, these products not only stand for aesthetics and traditions, but the designs on it also represent var

List Price: $ 29.90 Price: $ 23.99

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Jazz Music Video – Modern jazz guitar – Lorenzo Frizzera Trio – Blind


www.lorenzofrizzera.it “Blind” from the album “Everything Can Change”, Organic Music, 2009. http (entire video available here!) Contemporary jazz guitar trio. Lorenzo Frizzera – guitar Matthias Eichhorn – bass Heiko Jung – drums Lorenzo Frizzera, Italy, 1972. After studying classical guitar he studies jazz guitar after 1986. In 1989 he graduates from CPM in Milano, the most important school of modern music in Italy. Subsequently he studies in several master classes, among which those of Siena Jazz and Umbria Jazz are worth mentioning. He therefore meets some of the greatest musicians of the world jazz scene: Mike Stern, Bill Frisell, Joe Lovano, Dave Holland, Frank Gambale, Joe Diorio, Pat Metheny, Marving Smith and Steve Coleman. Among his many collaborations, these are worth mentioning: Joey DeFrancesco, Jesse Davis, Stefano Bollani, Paolo Dalla Porta, Stefano Battaglia, Ares Tavolazzi, Phil Drummy, Tullio De Piscopo, Enzo Jannacci, Arup Kanti Das, Christian Meyer, Anna Oxa, Paul Reed Smith, Massimo Manzi, Rosario Bonaccorso, Stefano Cerri, Irio De Paula, Bebo Ferra, Sandro Gibellini, Andy Just, Alberto Marsico, Massimo Colombo, Marku Ribas, Stefano Bagnoli, Giampiero Prina, Juarez Moreira, Jimmy Cobb, Stefan Milenkovich. He has played more than 700 concerts in Italy, Austria, Germany, France, Spain, Brazil, Slovenia, Montenegro, Czech Republic, Switzerland, Albania, England, Russia. He’s recorded 25 CDs and has participated in radio and tv transmissions in Italy and

Modern Jazz Quartet – Django


The Modern Jazz Quartet in all of its magnificent glory playing the famous composition “Django” written by pianist/musical director John Lewis, featuring legendary vibraharpist Milt Jackson, Percy Heath on bass, & Connie Kay on drums from the wonderfully eclectic TV show “Night Music”. The MJQ was a very cohesive group that featured great individual musicians, bending to the music and soloing with abandon. (My thanks go to RaiderEleven for this blurb)