Producers: 12 entries (15 people)
Promoters: 8 entries (8 people)
Performers: 6 entries (6 people)
[Updated Jun. 21, 2016]
|Carter, William G. (1846-1919) --- ***Honorary Degree***|
For having invented the Nasalette, first urban nose flute
Patent US 477,167
|Albert, Jacques (1850-1914) & Frank (1874-1962)|
For having introduced, developed and spread the Magic Flute in Australia and New Zealand, during more than 50 years!
|Berry, Charles M. (1864-1959)|
For his invention of the Vocamonica, featuring the first settable fipple.
Patent US 2,197,993
|Chevers, Aurion Villa (1856-1921)|
For his pan nose flute.
Patent US 1,228,532
|Couchois, Garrett John (1860-1921)|
For his beautiful "Whistle"
Patent US D31,876
|Davis, Ernest Winfield (1881-1965)|
For the invention of the plastic Humanatone model
Patent US 2,245,432
|Degen, Cornelius (1956-2014)|
For his beautifully designed wooden nose flutes and his invention of a "tuning slider" air duct cover.
|Goldstein, Joseph (-)|
For the Wunderflöte, and other nose flute inventions
Patents FR 441,067 and GB 257,164
|Gretsch, Fred Jr. (1905-1980)|
For having produced, promoted and sold the polystyrene Humanatones
|Ronsheim, Nelson (1905-1981)|
For the Snoot-Flute design
|Stivers, James Joseph (1881-) & George W. (1876-)|
For having produced, promoted and sold millions of metal Humanatones
|Weidlich, Kurt (1899-) & Lohse, Günter (1919-2012)|
For having invented, produced and sold the Schwan Nasenflöte
Patent DE 1,698,951
|Hottetotte, Jean-Marie (1725-1781) --- ***Honorary Degree***|
For his famous Concerto Pomposo for nose flute
|Shepherd, Jean Parker (1921-1999) --- ***Honorary Degree***|
For all the work done and the fun spread during his radio shows, for the greatest nose flute fame in the USA.
|Averill, Esther Holden (1902-1992)|
For her book Jenny's Moonlight Adventure in which the cat Jenny risks her life to find back the diva Madame Butterfly's nose flute.
|Flood, Timothy (1927-2014)|
Hurling champion, Banjo player and Sheepdog trials champion, for having, through shows and TV programs, used and promoted nose flute as a herding tool.
|Florian, Jean-Pierre Claris de (1755-1794)|
For having written L'Ane et la Flute ("the Ass and the Flute"),
first french poem mentioning the noble art of nosefluting.
|Kagel, Mauricio Raúl (1931-2008)|
For his piece Der Schall (1968), in which he wrote a distinct nose flute part, considering the Nasenflöte as a real instrument.
|Martin, Jacques (1933-2007)|
TV presenter, for having helped discovering twice the noble instrument:
The Narinophone (Ocariflute) in 1982 and the Siffle-nez (Froby) in 1987
|Pound, Ezra Weston Loomis (1885-1972)|
For having opened his opera Le Testament de Villon
with 12 notes of nose flute
|Dubuffet, Jean Philippe Arthur Vincent (1901-1985) --- ***Honorary Degree***|
For having chosen, cherished and played a vintage nose flute
for his 1961 recordings Musiques Expérimentales
|Threlkeld, Lloyd Buford (1893-1934) --- ***Honorary Degree***|
For his tremendous Blues recordings made among Whistler and His Jug Band
|Cohen, Leonard Norman (1934-2016)|
For having ended his song Tonight Will Be Fine
with some nose flute notes
|Jones, Harvey (1902-1960s)|
For his recordings with the Jones' Paramount Charleston Four
|Presley, Elvis Aaron (1935-1977)|
For his song Barefoot Ballad
|Scott, Alan (1930-1995)|
For his performances with the Bushwhackers
and the recording Drover's Dream