Subject: I have found a CD that I think you would enjoy
Genres: World Music, Pop
The newest star in the firmament of Native American flutists is Hovia Edwards of Shoshone-Navajo-Okanogan heritage. A second generation flutist, Hovia performs original and traditional melodies in a style that is fluid and... more »
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The newest star in the firmament of Native American flutists is Hovia Edwards of Shoshone-Navajo-Okanogan heritage. A second generation flutist, Hovia performs original and traditional melodies in a style that is fluid and youghful yet with a surprising maturity for an artist so young.
If you like Native American or flute music buy this album
A. Burchfield | Conway, Missouri USA | 07/18/2002
(5 out of 5 stars)
"For your money you get 12 songs consisting of nothing but pure flute music, no modern electronic stuff, no new ageish sounds. Three of the songs, #3 Sacred Waters Flow, #5 Okanogan Round Dance, and #9 Shoshone Warm Dance are traditional and perhaps the best, the other 9 were composed by Ms. Edwards herself (only 14 at the time!)Well worth owning, I'll buy the next one she releases and would love to attend one of her performances."
"Morning Star"-- Truely a Shining Star in Music!
Mehlishka | Idaho | 07/14/2000
(5 out of 5 stars)
"After listening to Miss Edwards playing her songs live, the cd "Morning Star" was purchased. Indeed, her music is peaceful and calming. When listening to Whispering Wind", with my eyes closed, I could hear the aspen leaves gently blowing in the wind as if they were whispering quietly to my soul. It reminded me of those who, were once the guardians of this great land and strived to preserve its beauty and splendor for generations to see. When Hovia plays her flute, the music tells stories of days gone by, preserves moments for today, and whispers hope for our future. It's incredible to see so much come from the mind of a young girl. For those willing to listen, the beautiful melody will be a favored piece in your collections."