Greg Pattillo (born July 1, ) is a beatboxing flautist originally from Seattle, but now appeared as a guest on one episode of Lily Allen and Friends in the UK shown on BBC Three. “INK; A Flute With a Beat, and You Might Dance to It”. Three Beats for Beatbox Flute: A Chat with Greg Pattillo. Fl. Fl. 3. Fl. 5. Fl. Bbx. 7 B B B K B K B B K B. Fl. Bbx. 10 B B K B K B B B B K B K _ _ _,,,,. as perIormed by Greg Pattillo Inspector Gadget.

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Though noteworthy for his innovations combining beatbox and flute, Pattillo deserves recognition as an arranger and composer who infuses elements of jazz and hip hop into his compositions for flute and Project Trio. Login to add to list. He tried out a style of playing described as “beat-boxing flute” or “rhythm flute,” that incorporates hip-hop beats made with his mouth. Not open to the public ; Online Periodical; Journal, magazine, other English Show 0 more libraries In order to set up a list of libraries that you have access to, you must first login or sign up.

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This single location in Australian Beeats Territory: Published in Flutist Quarterly, v. Library View online via Charles Darwin University. Pattillo was also seen on an episode of Nickelodeon’s TV series, iCarly and was said to be Sam’s cousin that was not in jail and has videos and recordings on iCarly.


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Pattillo earned both his bachelor’s and master’s degrees from the Cleveland Institute of Music as a student of Joshua Smiththe principal flautist of the Cleveland Orchestra. Gale Tree Oldham College. Open to the public ; Online version, access restricted to UC staff and students Periodical; Journal, magazine, other English Western Sydney University. None of your libraries hold this item.

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Then set up a personal list of libraries from your profile page by clicking on your user name at the top right of any screen. Greg Pattillo says he uses mnemonic devices to teach beats and create certain sounds with his mouth. Heard on All Things Considered. Among other things the award gives Pattillo an official permit, of sorts, pattiillo play music in the subway.

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Gale University of Canberra. Christian Heritage College Library. Open to the public Periodical; Journal, magazine, other English Show 0 more libraries He was lauded by The New York Times as “the best person in the world at what he does. Archived from the original on January 30, Appears In Flutist Quarterly, v.

John and Alison Kearney Library. Pattillo says he uses mnemonic devices — such as the words “boots” and “cats” — to teach beats and create certain sounds, specifically emphasizing and popping the consonances to make the sounds carry beyond the mouth. Queensland University of Technology. This article on a flautist is a stub.

Three beats for beatbox flute: Gale Christian Heritage College. But when the bsats didn’t come in, he decided to experiment.

When flutist Greg Pattillo moved to New York and began busking at subway stations, he went a traditional route. Beat-boxing, I think you can safely define it as making beats with your voice and your mouth.

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