Flute Talk

Articles March 2018

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Interview:
Seeking Connections to Beauty and Truth, An Interview with Claire Johnson
“There is no teaching, only learning. Teaching is a humbling art. I am constantly aware of how much I do not know, and therefore I am constantly searching....You have to take each student where they are. The easiest students to teach are those who are open to learning”
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Directory:
2018 Directory of Masterclasses, Camps, and Festivals
Find the best summer programs for you or your students.
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Ask the Pro:
Ask the Pro: Only One Hour
If you have a question you would like answered, email us at [email protected]
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The Teacher's Studio:
Assigning Etudes
“When teaching Op. 30 to less experienced players, start with etudes 1-14 and then proceed from the end of the book backwards starting with 24. For some students this makes a more logical approach rather than going around the hump of the circle of fifths.”
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Competitions:
What Judges Want
“Usually the primary things judges respond to with immediacy, thus making them the critical components, are steadfastness in tempo and rhythmic accuracy down to the smallest subdivided dot and tie. Every judge I know, including myself, will deny this up and down, but the facts are there.”
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Let's Talk Picc:
Sarah Jackson's Piccolo Tips
“When placing the piccolo in playing position, it should sit higher on the lip than the flute and the headjoint should not be rolled in too far.”
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