7 edition of The Flute Beneath the Gold found in the catalog.
by Smyth & Helwys Publishing
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||110|
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The image springs to mind of a monk, pausing to sit beneath a tree, gazing over a particularly inspiring scene, and after a while feeling moved to take his flute and let its sound blend with that of the day. However, in these times there were many robbers and bandits about, so the monks also developed the use of the flute as a weapon. The term "flute" was originally applied both to pipe instruments held sideways and pipe instruments held vertically. Thus, the vertically held recorder was also called a "flute." Indeed, up until around the middle of the eighteenth century (the era of Baroque music), the word "flute" was commonly used to .
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Acclaimed author and pastor Charles Poole’s latest work, The Flute Beneath the Gold, asks the question: What if we could peel back some of those layers, look behind them and find our.
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