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.
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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!
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!
Practise extended techniques with friends. This arrangement of Schubert’s Rosamunde can be played with flute choir (4 C-flutes, alto flute and bass). You can work on wind sounds, singing & playing, tongue stops and jet whistle. A good workout for activating the abdomen, flexible embouchure and a lot more.
This exercise can help you improve your crescendo and decrescendo technique. By practising wind sounds like this you also practise the movement we make while playing a crescendo or decrescendo. Practise this exercise alongside the original version for the best results.