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236 Vivaldi – Aria di Giga


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As a child I played this piece on the recorder and it always made me smile. I am happy to add it to the Flute Colors collection. The harmonics in the second part of the piece are meant to open up your sound while increasing sustain. You can omit the harmonics when you play this piece in a concert.

Als kind speelde ik dit stuk op de blokfluit en ik werd er altijd heel vrolijk van. Ik ben blij om het toe te voegen aan de Flute Colors collectie. De harmonics in het tweede deel van het stuk zijn bedoeld om je klank te openen en tegelijkertijd de ademsteun te vergroten. Je kunt de harmonics weglaten als je dit stuk speelt tijdens een concert.

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