Alex Syrik: Panflute
Anja Syrik: Vocal
Alex Syrik: Panflute
Anja Syrik: Vocal
Thise is an other way to play the panflute. Here is it Raluca Patuleanu from Rumania playing All of you and she’s doing thise great injoy…
I am currently working to record different melodies with pan flute. I have my own studio where I use Steinberg Cubase 6.5. My problem was when I work alone, both to control Cubase and play, but it was resolved when I downloaded Cubase ic pro on my iPhone. Now I can control Cubase from another room where the microphone stand. It is connected to the computer via my wireless internet. The app is free to download, and it works perfectly.
If you want to challenge yourself on the pan flute you may want to try playing some of the Romanian folkelore. it is definitely not easy and also requires special playing techniques. Here’s a video with Radu Nechifor from Romania who master the Romanian folkelore incredibly beautiful.
Amazing slow downer is a great software for the musician who is practicing.
The software Intended for musicians wanting two slow down music without changing the pitch and it makes the practice session much easier if for- example you have to learn a Romanian folkelore.
You can check the software on: http://www.ronimusic.com/
and download a trial version.
Yesterday my new Nomade panflute from Peru arrived.
Happy YES I’m now praktice a lot because thise panflute have a different shape in the mouyhpice so my ambruchure need to be trained for thise.
The panflute is made by Mr. Jerey Sanc from Peru, and he have made a beautiful pice of art…..
There is many different way’s of making panpipes, and many different panflutebuilders.
Michel Tirabosco do have his own view of how his panflute’s are build and tuned.
Michel’s father make panflute’s but take a look of
Michel Tirabosco’s webpage and read about the way how he doing.
After lishen to Mr Zamfir in 1978 my interrest for the panflute was growing..
Yesterday I spoke with a man who asked me about panpipes was the only instrument I played. I answered him that it was not. I have most of my life played on piano / keyboard. I bought my first panpipes in 1990 in a shop in Copenhagen. It was a small pan flute made of plastic, at the time I played on the ferry route from Copenhagen (Denmark) to Oslo (Norway) with my band Fade In
http://www.fadein.dk which today is a duo consisting Mona: saxophone, singing and keyboard and Alex: Piano, keyboard, pan flute, trumpet and singing.
My panflute of plastic I practiced on for a year after which I got my føste 22 tube of bamboo from China. wich I had a few of. They were made of very thin bamboo and did not last long.
Today, I use Romania panflutes from Preda which makes panflute playing of the day much easier.
Would you like then take a look at http://www.fadein.dk The website is unfortunately only in Danish.
Here is a interesting thing more from Preda Panflutes.
Very often instrument players need to amplify the sound of their instruments.
The microphone sockets installed on the Panflute pipes do not affect (in any way) the sound of the instrument; therefore the Panflute may be used naturally, without any amplification. Together with these microphone sockets, we also recommend the use of the AKG WMS 40 PRO FLEXX GUITAR wireless transmitter which, together with a qualitative amplification system, offers the sound excellent fidelity. Using the wireless transmitter, the instrument player enjoys the freedom of movement, and what is most important, no unwanted acoustic reactions may occur (microphony).
You can se and read more on Preda’s website
Preda is a well known panflutebuilder in Romania.
I use 3 different Preda panflutes one 25 tubes bamboo, one 22 tube bamboo and one 22 tube tisa.
Preda’s panflute has a very good respons and sound.
They are known for the accurasy of the intonation and for their warm sonority.
The clear, pleasant tone is obtained with a low air consumption ensuring the quick reply of every pipe.
Take a look of Preda’s wesite.
Yesterday I mentioned Mr. Douglas Bishop and his video’s learning to play the panflute. Today I will go on with Mr. Douglas amazing good website, because he have made one more amazing ting on his site
“The hall of panflutetists”
It’s a site where he collect panflutetist all over the wold, and and link to their website. I promise… you can realy spend hours on thise site. all honor and respect for Mr. Douglas for doing a great job..
Take a look……….
If you are looking for some help learning to play panflute, You should look at this website:
Douglas Bishop have made some video’s that explain some of the basics things about playing the panflute.
Just press the link on the webpage :
Learn the pan flute with Douglas’ free lessons!
Douglas is a man with a heart of gold, and have always been very helpful when people have needed help for their panpipes. Good luck !!!
One of the big question is wich or what sort of panflute shall I chose ?
Manny famos panflutes are made i romania.
One of the great soloists of panpipes is Mr. Gheorghe Zamfir from Romaina, and that maby why many people think that the panflute’s motherland is Romania, and here you find the real thing….
BUT… That’s not the real storie. I know a panflute builder from Peru mr. Jeremy Sanc he make very nice panflute’s called Nomade panflutes, you can visit his facebook:
I have just bought one of his hand made panflute’s a 25pipe D1-G4 made of bambus from Peru, and when I get the panflute I will let you know how the panflute is… I’m sure it’s great..
The mouthpice of a panflute can be very different from player to player. Thise picture shows the way Mr. Gheorghe Zamfir make his style of mouthpice on the panflute he use.
The style are more flexsible when playing, but also more difficult to use…