Practise your harmonics together with the Scissor Sisters. Harmonics are very useful to practise support, using vocals, aural skills, sound and embouchure. Playing this exercise with the Youtube version of I don’t feel like dancing makes it a nice warming up exercise too!
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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.
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.
This piece is a good way to start a workshop or lesson. A nice and effective energizer. Work on key clicks for the co-ordination of the fingers, wind sound for a flexible embouchure and tone bending for sound and flexibility. Or just for fun!
Studying whistle tones helps you to develop a relaxed but precise embouchure. This little fragment of an Air composed by George Friedrich Händel is perfect for practising whistle tones. This exercise has two variations.
Learning circular breathing can be challenging. But don’t give up! If you can (almost) do it use this exercise to become better. Each octave has it own challenges. This study will help you practise circular breathing in different octaves. If you can’t use circular breathing (yet) watch the videos on the Flute Colors website. Have fun!