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[APA format] Voice of the Wind Articles

This page provides a complete list of articles published in Voice of the Wind, a quarterly publication of the International Native American Flute Association (INAFA) from 1997 through 2012, comprising 64 issues. The citations on this page are provided in chronological order. Please note that this is a selective list of articles: it does not include member profiles, personal narratives, reviews of albums, or reports on events. However, it does include a few of the biographies and interviews with artists.

The references on this page are a sub-set of the complete list of Flutopedia references.

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[APA format] Voice of the Wind Articles

[Joyce-Grendahl 1997b] Joyce-Grendahl, K. (1997). New note found for the six-hole Native American flute, Voice of the Wind, 1997(1), 13–15.

[Joyce-Grendahl 1997a] Joyce-Grendahl, K. (1997). Myths and legends, Voice of the Wind, 1997(1), 5–7.

[Joyce-Grendahl 1997c] Joyce-Grendahl, K. (1997). An interview with John Rainer, Jr., Voice of the Wind, 1997(2), 12–14.

[Kirlew 1997] Kirlew, J. (1997). Doc Tate: Flute legend, Voice of the Wind, 1997(4), 5–6.

[Kuhl 1998] Kuhl, S. (1998). Bridging the gap between two cultures: Samuel C. Kurz — "Tayazo", Voice of the Wind, 1998(1), 8–10.

[McCleskey 1998b] McCleskey, W. (1998). Performance anxiety: A promising discovery, Voice of the Wind, 1998(3), 4.

[Joyce-Grendahl 1998a] Joyce-Grendahl, K. (1998). Nakai's TABlature system for the Native American flute, Voice of the Wind, 1998(4), 2–6.

[Tate 1998] Tate, E. (1998). Native American flute in a university curriculum, Voice of the Wind, 1998(4), 9–10.

[Crawford 1999b] Crawford, T., Phippen, P., Payne, R. W., & Jones, O. W. (1999). Which came first — the cedar flute or the cane flute?, Voice of the Wind, 1999(1), 10–11.

[Crawford 1999a] Crawford, T. (1999). Outdoor recording, Voice of the Wind, 1999(1), 3–5.

[Madrid 1999] Madrid, J. (1999). A tablature system based upon petroglyphs, Voice of the Wind, 1999(3), 5–7.

[Crawford 1999c] Crawford, T. (1999). Song writing — getting started!, Voice of the Wind, 1999(4), 4–5.

[Broderick 2000] Broderick, S. (2000). Kids and Native American flute music, Voice of the Wind, 2000(1), 8–9.

[Joyce-Grendahl 2000] Joyce-Grendahl, K. (2000). Eagle bone whistles — Description, usage, and etiquette, Voice of the Wind, 2000(3), 5–9.

[Marczak 2000a] Marczak, E. P. (2000). Bone flutes of the Lamoka Lake site — Part 1, Voice of the Wind, 2000(4), 36.

[Crawford 2000] Crawford, T. (2000). Bullroarers, Voice of the Wind, 2000(4), 5–6.

[Marczak 2000] Marczak, E. P. (2000). Bone flutes and whistles of New York, Voice of the Wind, 2000(4).

[Marczak 2001a] Marczak, E. P. (2001). Bone whistles of the Lamoka Lake site — Part 2, Voice of the Wind, 2001(1), 18–21.

[Johnson-G 2001] Johnson, G. (2001). Spreading the fun! The Native American flute in the school system, Voice of the Wind, 2001(2), 5–6.

[Richards 2001] Richards, D. (2001). Sounds that heal, Voice of the Wind, 2001(2), 26–27.

[Crawford 2002] Crawford, T. (2002). Thurlow Lieurance, Voice of the Wind, 2002(1), 5–8.

[Neilan 2002] Neilan, R. (2002). The Native American flute and hospice: Healing music for the end of life, Voice of the Wind, 2002(3), 21–23.

[Kissam 2003] Kissam, C. (2003). The launch: The NAF in space, Voice of the Wind, 2003(1), 11–12.

[Sarantos 2003] Sarantos, J. (melody transcription); Joyce-Grendahl, K. (rhythm transcription) (2003). Omaha prayer, Voice of the Wind, 2003(1), 24.

[Bliven 2003] Bliven, S. (2003). A Mandan flute legend and song, Voice of the Wind, 2003(2), 14–15.

[Baldridge 2003] Baldridge, S. (2003). Playing Native American flute duets, Voice of the Wind, 2003(2), 17–18.

[Peters 2003] Peters, K., & Bush, K. (2003). The Nez Percé flute, Voice of the Wind, 2003(2), 7–10.

[Holtz 2003] Holtz, C. (2003). The INAFA archives: An armchair tour, Voice of the Wind, 2003(3), 18–19.

[Parker-M 2003] Parker, M. (2003). Making a six-hole flute, Voice of the Wind, 2003(4), 18–20.

[Baldridge 2003a] Baldridge, S. (2003). In a rut? What it means, and 10 ways to get out of it, Voice of the Wind, 2003(4), 21–22.

[DeMaria 2004] DeMaria, M. (2004). The heart of healing and the Native American flute, Voice of the Wind, 2004(1), 5–6.

[Dube 2004] Dubé, R. A. (2004). Making and playing PVC replicas of the Native American flute with your students, Voice of the Wind, 2004(1), 9–11.

[Hermann 2004a] Hermann, H. R. (2004). Naming Native American-style flutes, A silent controversy, Voice of the Wind, 2004(1), 18–20.

[Johnson-G 2004] Johnson, G. (2004). Spreading the fun! The Native American flute in the school system — Part 2, Voice of the Wind, 2004(2), 16–17.

[Nunns 2004] Nunns, R. (2004). Te Ara Puoro: The pathway of sound — An introduction to traditional instruments of the Maori, Voice of the Wind, 2004(3), 5–7.

[Baldridge 2004] Baldridge, S. (2004). Working with prose, poetry, and storytelling, Voice of the Wind, 2004(3), 18–19.

[Hermann 2004b] Hermann, H. R. (2004). To seal or not to seal the slow air chamber and flue, Voice of the Wind, 2004(4), 3–6.

[Joyce-Grendahl 2004] Joyce-Grendahl, K. (2004). It's not music! — Addressing Eurocentrism, Voice of the Wind, 2004(4), 15–17.

[Crawford 2005] Crawford, T. (2005). Attributed uses, other than courting, of the Native American flute — Part 1, Voice of the Wind, 2005(1), 16–18.

[Granger 2005] Granger, R. (2005). Learning to play with an open heart, Voice of the Wind, 2005(1), 2.

[Warren-R 2005] Warren, R. (2005). Alones and togethers with piano, Voice of the Wind, 2005(1), 3–5.

[Nichols 2005] Nichols, E. (2005). The art of improvising, Voice of the Wind, 2005(1), 24–25.

[Sams 2005] Sams, N. (2005). To Hopi, with flutes, Voice of the Wind, 2005(1), 26–27.

[Hermann 2005] Hermann, H. R., & Broussard, R. (2005). Using radiographic techniques to study the internal structure of Native American flutes, Voice of the Wind, 2005(2), 6–8.

[Crawford 2005a] Crawford, T. (2005). Attributed uses, other than courting, of the Native American flute — Part 2, Voice of the Wind, 2005(2), 2–4.

[Brown-EJ 2005a] Brown, E. (2005). "They Made Many Tunes": Southwestern flutes in Spanish accounts, early anthropological sutdies, and Puebloan mythology, Voice of the Wind, 2005(2), 18–20.

[Brown-EJ 2005b] Brown, E. (2005). Changing sound production technology of prehistoric flutes from the American Southwest, Voice of the Wind, 2005(3), 10–13.

[Crawford 2005b] Crawford, T. (2005). Attributed uses, other than courting, of the Native American flute — Part 3, Voice of the Wind, 2005(3), 2–4.

[Warren 2005a] Warren, R. (2005). Is it really a pentatonic instrument?, Voice of the Wind, 2005(3), 20–21.

[Gatliff 2005] Gatliff, R. (2005). The last chapter in a flute collection, Voice of the Wind, 2005(4), 13–18.

[Hermann 2005a] Hermann, H. R. (2005). Preservation and decay of ancient flutes in North America, Voice of the Wind, 2005(4), 27–29.

[Crawford 2006a] Crawford, T. (2006). The design of the Native American Flute may not be entirely unique to Native Americans, Voice of the Wind, 2006(1), 3–12.

[Sproul 2006] Sproul, D. (2006). Concentrated, effective practice, Voice of the Wind, 2006(2), 7–9.

[Gatliff 2006] Gatliff, R. (2006). Did Pocahontas play the flute?, Voice of the Wind, 2006(2), 4–5.

[Addicks 2006] Addicks, D. (2006). "The Dakota Hymn", An early Native American flute tune, Voice of the Wind, 2006(2), 12.

[Hermann 2006] Hermann, H. (2006). Recognizing an early American icon and the origin of the warble in Native American fipple flutes, Voice of the Wind, 2006(3), 11–12.

[Gatliff 2006a] Gatliff, R. (2006). Flutes and courting along the Upper Missouri, Voice of the Wind, 2006(3), 5–7.

[Crawford 2006b] Crawford, T. (2006). Oldest documented external wind way Native American flute, Voice of the Wind, 2006(3), 8–9.

[August 2006] August, S. (2006). The artist's guide to starting an independent record label, Voice of the Wind, 2006(4), 8–13.

[Crawford 2007] Crawford, T. (2007). Northwest flute connections, Voice of the Wind, 2007(1), 2–5.

[Gatliff 2007] Gatliff, R. (2007). The man with the red umbrella and the flute he collected in 1823, Voice of the Wind, 2007(2), 14–15.

[Norman 2007] Norman, G. (2007). The Beltrami flutes, Voice of the Wind, 2007(3), 13–15.

[Goss 2007] Goss, C. (2007). A room full of flute players, Voice of the Wind, 2007(3), 6–8.

[Mathias 2007] Mathias, D. (2007). Using the Native American flute as a healing metaphor in a hospital setting, Voice of the Wind, 2007(4), 4.

[Ayers 2007] Ayers, L. (2007). Is Native American flute music "Classical" music?, Voice of the Wind, 2007(4), 9–13.

[Ayers 2008] Ayers, L. (2008). An overview of Chinese flutes, Voice of the Wind, 2008(2), 7–12.

[Ayers 2008a] Ayers, L. (2008). Playing with both sides of your mouth: Switching between Native American and transverse flutes, Voice of the Wind, 2008(3), 3.

[Goss 2008b] Goss, C. (2008). Nudge, nudge, Voice of the Wind, 2008(3), 7.

[Goss 2008c] Goss, C. (2008). Right in tune, Voice of the Wind, 2008(4), 15–17.

[Conway 2008] Conway, S. (2008). Blowing love, Voice of the Wind, 2008(4), 4–6.

[Armstrong-J 2009] Armstrong, J. (2009). Make a Hawaiian-style nose flute, Voice of the Wind, 2009(1), 8–9.

[Parker-DM 2009] Parker, D. M. (2009). Make Native American-style flute from PVC, Voice of the Wind, 2009(1), 11–12.

[Goss 2009b] Goss, C. (2009). Widening the circle, Voice of the Wind, 2009(2), 4–5.

[Joyce-Grendahl 2009] Joyce-Grendahl, K. (2009). Breathing as a musician, Voice of the Wind, 2009(2), 7–10.

[Joyce-Grendahl 2009a] Joyce-Grendahl, K. (2009). Labelling your flutes correctly: the indian arts and crafts act of 1990, Voice of the Wind, 2009(2), 16.

[Johannes 2009] Johannes, J. W. (2009). What you say with what you play: Suggestions for Native American flute presenters / performers, Voice of the Wind, 2009(4), 5–7.

[Alden-E 2009] Alden, E. (2009). Magnetic teaching system and tools for teaching the R. Carlos Nakai TABlature system, Voice of the Wind, 2009(4), 15–16.

[Price 2010] Price, L. P. (2010). How I make flutes today, Voice of the Wind, 2010(1).

[Joyce-Grendahl 2010a] Joyce-Grendahl, K. (2010). Embracing TABlature, Voice of the Wind, 2010(1), 15–17.

[Joyce-Grendahl 2010] Joyce-Grendahl, K. (2010). The Norwegian seljefløyte, Voice of the Wind, 2010(2), 6–7.

[Joyce-Grendahl 2010b] Joyce-Grendahl, K. (2010). The Tongan nose-flute, the Fangufangu, Voice of the Wind, 2010(3), 14–15.

[Joyce-Grendahl 2010c] Joyce-Grendahl, K. (2010). Indian arts and crafts amendment of 2010, Voice of the Wind, 2010(4), 28.

[Joyce-Grendahl 2011] Joyce-Grendahl, K. (2011). The ocarina: One potato, two potato, sweet potato …, Voice of the Wind, 2011(2), 18–19.

[Motz 2011] Motz, R., Smith, P., Gonder, B., Svengsouk, J., & Rogers, J. (2011). Flute Haven 2011, Voice of the Wind, 2011(4), 13–14.

[Joyce-Grendahl 2011a] Joyce-Grendahl, K. (2011). The tin whistle, Voice of the Wind, 2011(4).

[Goss 2012a] Goss, C. (2012). This is my music, Voice of the Wind, 2012(1).

[Goss 2012] Goss, C. (2012). Lessons on lessons, Voice of the Wind, 2012(2), 13–15.

[Dube 2012] Dubé, R. A. (2012). The story of the one-handed Northern Spirit flute, Voice of the Wind, 2012(2).

[Haines-B 2012] Haines, B. (2012). Caring for your Native American flute, Voice of the Wind, 2012(3).

[Joyce-Grendahl 2012] Joyce-Grendahl, K. (2012). Getting the most out of a private flute lesson, Voice of the Wind, 2012(4).

 
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