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.
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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.
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.
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!
Add some extra colors to this song. Even if you just started to play the flute you can play this piece with friends. The tongue stops, pizzicato and jet whistle help you to develop the co-ordination between the tongue and abdomen. The wind sounds make your embouchure very flexible and that way you can improve your sound.
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.
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!