Robert Windpony plays his spirit songs in traditional Native American style. No electronically created "nature " sounds or artificial instrumentation. Robert plays Woodlands, Plains, and Lakota style flutes in the keys of low A to high C. Robert writes song/instruction books for 6 hole and 5 hole flutes and designs his windpony flutes in various soft, hard, and exotic woods. When Robert records or performs in concert, he plays each song differently each time. Robert feels that his playing is guided by spirit and that his flute playing gives voice to his spirit songs. Robert divides his time between the
deserts, high plateaus and mountains of the southwest and his journeys are the foundation of his music.
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Native American Music
|POSTED BY: Robert Mann||POSTED ON: 18 Jul 2007 11:44 AM|
Just released Native American Music. All natural flute music that sorrows ars threw the air and dessert lands. This music can transcend you to another time in tranquility.
Review of "MoonRider" by Xavier P. for RadioIndy!
|POSTED BY: xavierpersad||POSTED ON: 03 Aug 2007 08:43 AM|
Robert WindPony’s “MoonRider” is a pacifying collection of traditional Native American flute music. With no artificial or electronic sounds used, this CD shows off Robert’s amazing talent for playing these rarely used native flutes. An atmosphere of soul searching and deep serenity is passed on to listeners through Robert’s captivating compositions. “Drifting Village” displays all of these characteristics, and introduces an interesting sound with its short, piercing notes. Minimal production works for the advantage of this record, giving it a genuine native sound. Flute lovers and soul searchers alike will find great comfort in these spiritual compositions.-Xavier P. for RadioIndy
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