The arrangement of this Italian Song has 3 variations (and 3 levels). The key clicks in the first variation stimulate a precise finger movement. In the second variation the harmonics will activate the abdomen for a better sound. Because of the combination of key clicks with sound, the third version is more challenging. If your finger movement is not precise, it will show in this variation.
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Practise your exercises with a little beat. Play along with the song ‘Coming Home’ by Sheppard and get ready for your flute studies. The tone bending and harmonics help you find and improve your sound. The key clicks help to wake up your fingers and the pizzicato helps your tongue to be precise in articulation. And now have fun!
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.
Jingle bells, flutter tongue, pizzicato and tone bending. This combined with the very energetic Glee version is perfect to use as a warming up exercise. Work on sound, co-ordination between the tongue, fingers and abdomen while playing this famous christmas song.
Leise rieselt der Schnee (the snow trickles softly). A nice melody to practise whistle tones. You can also play this arrangement as a trio. Not only the snow will trickle softly, the sound of the flutes should be very softly too. Whistle tones are very useful to relax the embouchure and work an a good and steady breath control.
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!