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Re: music for Egyptian unit?

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From: menichino (menichino_at_TeacherArtExchange)
Date: Tue Oct 08 2002 - 14:21:19 PDT


Re: music for Egyptian unit?Thanks, Linda -- that sounds like it would work. Someday I'd like to actually have some class make appropriate cave art instruments. But for now I'll check into your suggestion!
Liz
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  From: linda eastman
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  Sent: Monday, October 07, 2002 7:30 PM
  Subject: Re: music for Egyptian unit?

  on 10/8/02 10:47 AM, menichino at menichino@infoblvd.net wrote:

    Along this same line, does anyone have anything appropriate for cave art?

  liz, a while back someone asked about prehistoric musical instruments. i did a google search for same and turned up an article about the oldest known instrument that was a type of flute with 6 notes made from the leg bone of a bear or something. even more interestingly, the notes were the same as the ones we use today! it occurs to me that perhaps that andean flute music might fit your bill.

  also, i'm interested in the egyptian music title when you find it.

  linda in michigan ---
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