Flute Colors arrangements

Sheet music with extended techniques for flute

Here you can buy and download sheet music of arrangements with extended techniques for flute.

Variations on well know flute exercises, traditional songs, but also modern pop songs. From Drouet and Bach to Justin Bieber and Bruno Mars. Have fun with extended techniques for flute!

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 270 Andersen – Study 21, Op. 37

In this study, there are melody notes and accompaniment notes. Studying with wind sounds makes the melody clearer and is great for practicing flexibility. Study this study alongside the original version.

In deze étude zijn er melodienoten en begeleidingsnoten. Studeren met wind sounds maakt dat de melodie duidelijker naar voren komt en is geweldig om flexibiliteit te oefenen. Studeer deze versie van de étude naast de originele versie.


 230 Andersen – Study No. 4, Op. 41

Studies are designed to work on a specific aspect of playing. I’ve added pizzicato to this exercise so you can learn even more from Andersen’s study. The repeated notes should be played pizzicato for coordination between fingers and abdomen. Practice the Flute Colors version alongside the original version and be aware of the Let’s play! difference.

Studies zijn ontworpen om te werken aan een specifiek aspect van spelen. Ik heb pizzicato aan deze oefening toegevoegd, zodat je nog meer kunt leren van Andersens studie. De repeterende noten moeten pizzicato worden gespeeld voor de coördinatie tussen vingers en buik. Oefen de Flute Colors-versie naast de originele versie en let op Let’s play! het verschil.


 197 Andersen – Study no. 4, Op. 37

This study can be used for many purposes. Adding key clicks with and without sounds, this Flute Colors arrangement is designed for finger coordination in combination with articulation and support.

Deze étude kan voor veel doeleinden worden gebruikt. Door key clicks met en zonder fluitkank toe te voegen, is dit Flute Colors-arrangement ontworpen voor vingercoördinatie in combinatie met articulatie en ademsteun.


 169 Andersen – Study No. 9, Op. 37

Working with wind sounds is magical to me. They make the embouchure flexible and that helps me in any flute situation. They are also perfect for practicing dynamics. In order to play softly on the flute , we have to move our lower lip forward. This exercise is for practicing that. Practice slowly as this is a very tiring exercise!


 142 Andersen – Study No. 16 – Op. 37

Studies are designed to teach something. You can learn even more by adding extended techniques. Fluttertongue stimulates support to improve your sound and key clicks and pizzicato help you make more precise finger movements in combination with support.


 056 Andersen – Study No. 3, Op. 41

In this arrangement we use the wind sounds to practise decrescendi. Playing from regular sound to wind sound gradually is a true workout for practising the decrescendo movement of the embouchure. Once you practise your decrescendi like this, the regular ones will be very easy!