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Nakosala Nakolata - Orchestre O.K. Jazz* - Nakosala Nakolata / Jai Trompé Mon Amour (Vinyl)

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  2. Nakai, while cognizant of the traditional use of the flute as a solo instrument, began finding new settings for it, especially in the genres of jazz and classical. He founded the ethnic jazz ensemble, the R. Carlos Nakai Quartet, to explore the intersection of ethnic and jazz idioms.
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  7. Orchestral / Classical Performances Bridging Traditions R. Carlos Nakai, the premier Native American flutist, brings a unique artistry to performances in the symphonic and chamber music traditions. His melding of the Native American flute (with a limited number of notes and non-well-tempered scale) with European classical music, requires an artistry that understands two disparate musical.
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