Flute Talk

Articles November 2016

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Ask the Pro:
Breath Control
Ask the Pro is a new feature in Flute Talk. If you have a question you would like answered, email us at: [email protected]
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Interview:
An Interview with Philip Dikeman, Enjoying the Best of Two Worlds
“Although I want my students to study the standards, I love finding new pieces that are not as well known to them or me.”
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Repertoire:
A Flutist’s Look at Mahler’s 4th
“I believe that the flute is so crucial to Mahler’s 4th Symphony, which is often regarded as his most beautiful and concise work, that the piece could not exist without it.”
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The Teacher's Studio:
Developing an Embouchure
“I prefer to diagnose by sound rather than sight.”
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Instrument Repair:
Is My Flute Making Me Sick
“The easiest way to detect a possible mildew problem is the smell test. Musical instruments should not smell like anything.”
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Teaching:
Teach Students to Sightread With Confidence
“Students should sightread as soon as there is a clear understanding of note-names, basic time signatures, key signatures, and standard rhythms. This can occur as early as the first weeks of study.”
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Let's Talk Picc:
Q&A with Jeffery Zook Detroit Symphony Flutist and Piccolo
Jeffery Zook celebrates his 25th season as piccoloist with the Detroit Symphony.
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