This blog is dedicated to the sublime instruments called nose flutes and which produce the most divine sound ever. We have chosen to discard all the native models from S. Pacific and Asia, for they need fingering to be played. We'll concentrate on "buccal cavity driven" nose flutes : the well patented and trademarked metal or plastic ones, plus, by a condemnable indulgence, some wooden craft or home-made productions.

Jun 18, 2012

A smart video!

Smart and perilous! This very new video was shot by Jas Ingram himself (« Even on Father's Day, my family wanted no part of this, so I had to sit by myself and shoot it too. ») at Turner Field, before the baseball game [edit : see the comment sent by Jas to this post]. Smart, because Jas, aka CaptainUkeHandles on Youtube, used the "background" music of the arena to play his Bocarina, but perilous, because it obviously was a one-shot video! Hopefully all went right and thousands of people even went to sing along with his nose flute! Congrats, and keep courage with your family :)


  1. Only one minor correction. Baseball fans in the U.S. sing this song during the "7th Inning Stretch" in the middle of the 7th inning, not before the game (That's when we sing the national anthem). Thanks for posting the video. Floyd Blue encouraged me to get a noseflute, so we have him to blame.

  2. OK... I insert an [edit] in the text to send to your comment. Floyd did well! Now, you'll have to make and post more! :) (and say Hello to your family from the nose flute world! :)

  3. Now, this really is some serious underground vaudeville!!!

    I particularly love the generous round of applause from the crowds for the nose flute part...! This guy should be in the limelight on the pitcher's hill, not 'undercover' wearing cap and shades...!

    Go for it!!!:-)

    1. Maikel, I may adopt "serious underground vaudeville" as my new slogan. My favorite phrase of the moment.

  4. I guess the cap and the sunglasses are outfits imposed by his family! :)

  5. Cool, I am a big baseball fan and former player.

    In Mexico this song is often sung in Spanish:

    llévame al juego de béisbol
    con toda la multitud
    cómprame helado soda o café
    siempre al juego yo quiero volver...

    ... pues es uno, dos, tres y estás fuera
    en el juego de béisbol.


  6. Thank you for the input, Don Luis!

    All the best