Flute Talk

Articles May 2018

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Roundtable Discussion:
The Benefits of Summer Music Experiences
Five professional flutists from across the country share how they spent their summers while they were students developing their skills. “The experience invigorated us for the entire year and connected us with a community of like-minded, flute-spirited, music-loving people.”
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Playing Tips:
High F Sharp, Poetically
“High F# seems universally unappreciated. Never, in my fifty years of acquaintance with the hole-riddled tube, have I heard a flutist exclaim: ‘I just love that high F# in the second movement of the Mozart G major!’”
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The Teacher's Studio:
Trilling Tricks
“The most common trilling errors involve trilling from C to D, C# to D, and C# to D# in both the first and second octaves. ”
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Teaching:
The Left-Hand Flute Project
“Mary [Stolper] was telling me about a left-hand flute she has that is a mirror instrument of a normal flute. She said I had to try it as it would remind me about the experience of being a beginner again.”
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In Memoriam:
Remembering Robert Willoughby (1921-2018)
“I always left lessons with a sense of excitement and a keen knowledge about what I needed to work on. It was always about the music. He would say, ‘Make me love it or make me hate it, but don’t bore me.’”
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Ask the Pro:
Performance Nerves
If you have a question you would like answered, email us at [email protected]
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Directory:
2018-2019 Directory of Competitions

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