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In this Issue:
With a new look and easy to navigate links, you will find an article about teaching rhythms to students from the studio of Phyllis Advidan Louke; a "throw back article" review and summary of Amy Likar's Breathing Book, by Donna Maebori; an introduction to Oregon composer Deena T. Grossman, including a review of her recent new album release Wildfires and Waterways (Oregon Symphony flutists Martha Long and Zach Galatis perform Waterways with a cellist and violist); a review of two works for solo flute by Deena Grossman - Island of the Spirit and snowy egret, january messenger which is suited for C, alto and bass; a reminder about the International Low Flutes Festival; another "throwback article" which profiles of Trevor James alto flute artist Daniela Mars and her "Bass Flute Project;" attention to the upcoming NJ Flute Society Summer Masterclass series; attention to Mihoko Watanabe's new sessions on mindfulness for musicians, including her free "30 minute Sunday sessions;" and, a We Read column sharing some musically themed poetry and poetry inspired music as well as a notice about the Oregon Bach Festival's book group, featuring a selection of books related to the content of their performance season. And, more! NEXT ISSUE AUGUST, 2022.
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What is The Portland Piper?
This is the online publication of the Greater Portland Flute Society. It is a member benefit that is chock full of content! Now a fully online and published six times yearly, this publication features expanded content through the readership columns described below. Simply login to the Members Only Area or use the login button above. Content is now readily found, EASY to print, and easily saved.
Examples from The Portland Piper for Your Enjoyment
An in-depth, three part series on low flutes written by Tessa Brinckman