Twelve days of Christmas and six extended techniques. As the days go by more extended techniques are added. Very challenging especially when performed with three flutes.
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The first Christmas arrangement of 2018. A nice energetic song to practise key clicks and wind sounds. By starting long notes with regular sound and gradually go to wind sound your not only practising flexibility of the embouchure but also the technique we need to play diminuendo. Have fun!
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!
I really like playing music by Corelli. It is often playful and it makes me happy. Now you can practice your flutter tongue, key clicks and pizzicato while playing this nice duet for two flutes or flute and bass flute.
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. Good luck!
Three variations on a staccato study by Giuseppe Gariboldi. The first variation helps you to increase the support, the second variation helps you to develop a precise finger movement and the third variation helps you to increase the co-ordination between the tongue and abdomen. Three steps to get more results and a better staccato playing.
Playalong with Youtube. Very nice to use as a warming up exercise and energizer for workshops or just to start your daily routine. The wind sounds and tone bending challenge the embouchure to become really flexible and the key clicks are nice for rhythm and a precise finger movement.