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230 Andersen – Study No. 4, Op. 41


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Studies are designed to work on a specific aspect of playing. I’ve added pizzicato to this exercise so you can learn even more from Andersen’s study. The repeated notes should be played pizzicato for coordination between fingers and abdomen. Practice the Flute Colors version alongside the original version and be aware of the Let’s play! difference.

Studies zijn ontworpen om te werken aan een specifiek aspect van spelen. Ik heb pizzicato aan deze oefening toegevoegd, zodat je nog meer kunt leren van Andersens studie. De repeterende noten moeten pizzicato worden gespeeld voor de coördinatie tussen vingers en buik. Oefen de Flute Colors-versie naast de originele versie en let op Let’s play! het verschil.

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Adding extended techniques to your every day flute studies improves your overall flute control. That's what Flute Colors is all about: having fun with extended techniques to help flutists gain better control!


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Goal of the Flute Colors book is to inspire the flutist to use exented techniques while developing the (regular) flute technique. Each chapter covers one of twelve extended techniques for flute (including multiphonics, circular breathing, tone bending and key clicks) and contains exercises for the beginner as well as the expert.

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