This melody makes you smile. Play with humor and have fun!
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A Flute Colors variation on the very famous piece by Edvard Grieg. If you don’t have an alto and bass flute you can also play the version with flute and piano. Try to make the sound of the pizzicato very ‘dry’ and very precise together and you will sound like a string quartet playing pizzicato.
In this arrangement of the minuet from the toy symphony the toys are replaced by extended techniques. It can be played as a trio, quartet or even with a flute choir. Make sure we can here the extended techniques!
I had a lot of fun testing this piece with different groups. This piece feels like playing a game. Two to four players play one melody and make it sound like one player is playing the melody. A great challenge and a lot of fun. Adding extended techniques like tongue stops, wind sounds, flutter tongue and key clicks makes it complete. If there is one player who can play the altopart or bass part it makes it even more challenging. Good luck!
Practise your skills with friends. Tone bending in the first part is a very good ear training. The wind sounds in the second and third part are useful for a flexible embouchure and a flexible embouchure is very useful for… everything! The tongue stops in the fourth part activate the abdomen and improve the coordinaton between abdomen and the movement of the tongue. Have fun with this piece and play softly so the baby can sleep 😉
Happy birthday to you the Flute Colors way! This is the second Flute Colors arrangement of this popular song. Now you can play it with three other flute players. You can combine this arrangement with arrangement number 026.
This beautiful melody is perfect for practicing tone bending. You can use this piece as an exercise or play the whole piece. All parts are ad lib. except for the first part. The greatest challenge is to get the intonation right!
Come un agnello, like a little lamb. This lovely, little arrangement is perfect to practise wind sounds, tongue stops and key clicks with students and friends. While playing this piece you can train the co-ordination of the fingers (key clicks), a flexible embouchure (wind sounds) and you can activate the abdomen (tongue stops). Have fun!
This very famous piano piece is excellent for practising your pizzicato technique. You can play this piece solo, as a trio or even as a quartet. Practising the pizzicato techniques helps you developing the co-ordination between the abdomen, tongue and fingers.
A Flute Colors arrangement of the Irish traditional in two versions! One for 4 C-flutes and one for 2 C-flutes, alto flute and bass flute. Have fun with tone bending, wind sounds, pizzicato and jetwhistles. A nice addition if you want to play with more colors, work on your sound, support and co-ordination of tongue and abdomen.