Helen Thurman
  • Male
  • United States
Share on Facebook
Share Twitter
  • Blog Posts (1)
  • Discussions
  • Events
  • Photos
  • Photo Albums
  • Videos

Gifts Received

Gift

Helen Thurman has not received any gifts yet

Give a Gift

 

Helen Thurman's Page

Latest Activity


Brigade
Jeannie Hinck left a comment for Helen Thurman
Oct 4, 2013

Brigade
Jeannie Hinck left a comment for Helen Thurman
"Helen, I hope your birthday is filled with many happy surprises. "
Oct 4, 2012

Brigade
Patty Smith left a comment for Helen Thurman
"Happy Birthday! Enjoy the day. "
Oct 3, 2012

Brigade
Patty Smith left a comment for Helen Thurman
"Welcome!! "
Jun 30, 2012

Brigade
Jeannie Hinck left a comment for Helen Thurman
"Hi Helen!  Welcome to BigDawg Music Mafia.  Thanks so much, for sharing your information on the flute, with us.  Years ago, 2 girlfriends and I performed bluegrass music and my friend Mae, played the flute.... we incorporated it…"
Jun 21, 2012
Helen Thurman posted a blog post

How to Play the Flute Better

The flute is a member of the wind family of music equipment. The most ancient musical device is the easiest too. Flute is a part of bamboo with holes in it. Originally, the first flutes were manufactured of wood. In modern times, resources such as silver and other metals are used to create the instrument. A novice flute learner will normally start with a closed-hole silver-plated flute with a C foot joint. You can acquire one from any music shop or even create one if you have the desire. When…See More
Jun 21, 2012
Helen Thurman is now a member of BigDawg Music Mafia
Jun 21, 2012

Profile Information

You have read our terms of use?
Yes

Helen Thurman's Blog

How to Play the Flute Better

Posted on June 21, 2012 at 2:44am 0 Comments

The flute is a member of the wind family of music equipment. The most ancient musical device is the easiest too. Flute is a part of bamboo with holes in it. Originally, the first flutes were manufactured of wood. In modern times, resources such as silver and other metals are used to create the instrument. A novice flute learner will normally start with a closed-hole silver-plated flute with a C foot joint. You can acquire one from any music shop or even create one if you have the desire.…

Continue

Comment Wall (6 comments)

You need to be a member of BigDawg Music Mafia to add comments!

Join BigDawg Music Mafia

At 8:37am on October 4, 2013,
Brigade
Jeannie Hinck
said…

At 6:01am on October 4, 2013,
Brigade
Tom Balistreri
said…

Happy Birthday!

At 9:32am on October 4, 2012,
Brigade
Jeannie Hinck
said…

Helen, I hope your birthday is filled with many happy surprises.

At 11:28pm on October 3, 2012,
Brigade
Patty Smith
said…

Happy Birthday! Enjoy the day.

At 12:30pm on June 30, 2012,
Brigade
Patty Smith
said…

Welcome!!

At 9:41am on June 21, 2012,
Brigade
Jeannie Hinck
said…

Hi Helen!  Welcome to BigDawg Music Mafia.  Thanks so much, for sharing your information on the flute, with us.  Years ago, 2 girlfriends and I performed bluegrass music and my friend Mae, played the flute.... we incorporated it into a few of the numbers, we performed.  Flute is certainly, NOT a traditional bluegrass instrument, but it worked very well on the right songs and our audiances seemed to enjoy it.  If you have any recordings of your flute, I hope you will share them with us.
Welcome to the family!

 

 
 
 

VISITORS

BigDawg Brigade

Welcome to the BigDawg Family.

Feel free to contact one of us if you have any questions.

CO-FOUNDERS

LISA MEI & LISA DAY

CREATIVE STRATEGIST
Raymmar Tirado

BRIGADE

Tom Balistreri

Jeannie Hinck

Patty Smith

Toots Sweet

Chip Murray

Richard Gibbs

Debbie K

Chris Ross

 

If you have questions on the many features offered by this site, you can also find step-by-step instructions HERE.

 

Badge

Loading…

© 2014   Created by Lisa Mei Norton.

Badges  |  Report an Issue  |  Terms of Service