Twelve days of Christmas and six extended techniques. As the days go by more extended techniques are added. Very challenging especially when performed with three flutes.
Flute Colors arrangements
Sheet music with extended techniques for flute
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Variations on well know flute exercises, traditional songs, but also modern pop songs. From Drouet and Bach to Justin Bieber and Bruno Mars. Have fun with extended techniques for flute!
Practise extended techniques with friends. This arrangement of Schubert’s Rosamunde can be played with flute choir (4 C-flutes, alto flute and bass). You can work on wind sounds, singing & playing, tongue stops and jet whistle. A good workout for activating the abdomen, flexible embouchure and a lot more.
Get your flute, find three flute friends and play this cheerful piece the Flute Colors way. Every line has its own challenges. So there are a lot of things you can develop with this piece. You can play with or without accompaniment.
This arrangement can be played as a trio or as a duet! You can sing part two and three and play or combine them. Part one focusses on pizzicato playing. Very useful for increasing co-ordination between the tongue and abdomen. You can play with or without accompaniment.
Color your scales with extended techniques. Adding singing and playing to your scale study is very useful for working on sound, improving your aural skills, stimulating abdominal support and becoming aware of tension in your throat. You can play along with the accompaniment in 12 keys.
Once you start singing this round the energy level increases and you can’t stop singing it. And now you can play it as well the Flute Colors way! The wind sounds make your embouchure very flexible, singing and playing is very good for a lot of things and practising flutter tongue helps you to relax your tongue.
Train you brain with this exercise. Because the singing part has rests during the whole piece while the flute melody is playing all the time you really have to concentrate. Timing is important but intonation as well! This exercise also helps you to improve your sound. So win-win-win!