This catchy song will help you warm up in no time! The tone bending and wind sounds make your embouchure flexible, The harmonics help you to improve the intonation and the ‘cha’ will activate your abdomen. After this warming up you’re ready to go.
Flute Colors arrangements
Sheet music with extended techniques for flute
Here you can buy and download sheet music of arrangements with extended techniques for flute.
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!
Warming up with this popsong can be a great start of your daily flute practise. The tone bending exercises will make your embouchure flexible. It will also wake up your ears because of the intonation. The pizzicato and tongue stops are great to wake up your fingers and support. The flutter tongue in letter F is useful for developing sound and relaxing the tongue.
I had a lot of fun testing this piece with different groups. This piece feels like playing a game. Two to four players play one melody and make it sound like one player is playing the melody. A great challenge and a lot of fun. Adding extended techniques like tongue stops, wind sounds, flutter tongue and key clicks makes it complete. If there is one player who can play the altopart or bass part it makes it even more challenging. Good luck!
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.
I really like playing music by Corelli. It is often playful and it makes me happy. Now you can practice your flutter tongue, key clicks and pizzicato while playing this nice duet for two flutes or flute and bass flute.
This piece feels like playing a game. Two to four players play one melody and make it sound like one player is playing the melody. A great challenge and a lot of fun. Adding extended techniques like tongue stops, wind sounds, flutter tongue and key clicks makes it complete. Good luck!