Flute Talk

Articles April 2018

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Interview:
Sound is the Heart of Every Lesson A Conversation With Jonathan Keeble
“If a person’s sound is incomplete, all other elements of music making suffer. My father once told me he viewed a great lecture as having a central theme, and all of the other ideas swirl around that theme. I suppose a lesson with me is kind of like that. At the heart of every lesson, whether explicitly stated or not, lies the question of sound and its role in the music.”
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Baroque Flute:
Off to a Good Start
“It is important to understand that many things that work very well on modern flute do not work well on the Baroque flute. It should be thought of as a completely new instrument, but one that a modern flutist has a head start with. The goal should not be to make it behave like a modern flute.”
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Ask the Pro:
Practicing
If you have a question you would like answered, email us at [email protected]
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The Teacher's Studio:
Taking Care of the Headjoint
“Taking the crown and cork assembly out of the flute is scary to many flutists. It need not be because there is nothing you can break if you follow these simple steps.”
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An Extra Hour:
An Extra Hour
“For the rest of the hour, I would begin reading through the many works composers have sent me over the years. I have quite a stockpile of interesting pieces in many different contemporary styles that would be fun to play.”
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Column:
Letters to the Editor

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