I’ve never seen a recorder played sideways like that. Is that a known style, or did he invent it? I tried the google, but failed.
In classical recorder you’d never do that, hear the breathy tone and squeaks he has? But penny whistle players and flute players do it all the time. Basically he is getting the recorder out of the way of his vocals.
I have never heard someone this good with this technique–the concepts are common but his implementation is outstanding.
Not that I thought recorder / beatbox wouldn’t work, but that was way cooler than I was expecting.
Take that, Ian Anderson.
Damn! And I thought recorders could only play ‘Greensleeves’.
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