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264 La Marseillaise


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The national anthem of France was written in 1792 by Claude Joseph Rouget de Lisle, a captain in the French army. In 1795 it became the first national anthem, but it was banned by Napoleon and the rulers after him. In 1878 it was reinstated as the national anthem.

Het volkslied van Frankrijk werd in 1792 geschreven door Claude Joseph Rouget de Lisle, een kapitein in het Franse leger. In 1795 werd het dit het eerste volkslied, maar het werd door Napoleon en de machthebbers na hem verboden. In 1878 werd het weer in ere hersteld als nationaal volkslied.

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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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