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Correct Flute Embouchure | Monelison Middle School Band

Correct Flute Embouchure. Posted on August 12, 2012 by. This video is fantastic!!!! http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nEr0kAyCk2g. This entry was posted in All Bands by . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a Reply Cancel reply.
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Sikeston First Media » Flute | Flute Lessons: Top Tips For Flute ...

Sikeston First Media » Flute | Flute Lessons: Top Tips For Flute ... | SFMS Band Flute | Scoop.it
Before you ever elevate your shriek to your mouth, you should work on your breathing. Take long low breaths and let them out slowly. Feel your diaphragm expanding as you use your entire body to breathe.
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Breathing, like a cup of coffee (Nina Perlove, flute, Quick Tip) | Learning to Play the Flute

#flute: Breathing, like a cup of coffee (Nina Perlove, flute, Quick Tip) http://t.co/yVnvC6rI...
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Flute Lessons: Top Tips for Flute Warm-Ups and Best Techniques ...

Flute Lessons: Top Tips for Flute Warm-Ups and Best Techniques ... | SFMS Band Flute | Scoop.it
Before you ever raise your flute to your mouth, you should work on your breathing. Take long deep breaths and let them out slowly. Feel your diaphragm expanding as you use your whole body to breathe. After several long ...
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Nina Perlove on Active Breathing for flute | bmarmusical.com

Flute lesson on breathing techniques by Nina Perlove who teaches at Northern Kentucky University. This unconventional method was taught to me by Alain Marion in Paris. I was initially shocked because it was the opposite of ...
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Japanese Flute Player Enchants Passersby at Promontory Point ...

Japanese Flute Player Enchants Passersby at Promontory Point ... | SFMS Band Flute | Scoop.it
If you're going to Promontory Point this weekend you might hear the elegant sounds of a Japanese flute reverberating inside …Continue reading »...
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Flutin' High: Shiri Sivan Masterclass, Mental Preparation

Flutin' High: Shiri Sivan Masterclass, Mental Preparation | SFMS Band Flute | Scoop.it
On May 24, 2012 Shiri Sivan, principal flutist of the Bremer Philharmoniker (Bremen Philharmonic) gave a masterclass for our flute studio at the conservatory in Bremen. This semester ...
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Flute Lessons: Top Tips for Flute Warm-Ups and Best Techniques ...

Flute Lessons: Top Tips for Flute Warm-Ups and Best Techniques ... | SFMS Band Flute | Scoop.it
Just standing up straight will make you sound better. You should strive to always keep good posture. Your flute should be absolutely level to the ground. Keep your arm up so that you are staring straight over from your left ...
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The Musicality of Trills | The Life of the Flute Player

Life through the flute, music, and collaboration. Skip to content ... An additional article will be posted at another time and include information about grace note finishes, articulation, and the beginning note.
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“Help! Major flute intonation issues in my flute section!” « Flute Punch

“Help! Major flute intonation issues in my flute section!” « Flute Punch | SFMS Band Flute | Scoop.it
Major flute intonation issues in my flute section. Some have the head joint way out and are rolling out and are still sharp. Others have other issues. Help me help them. I wanted to be there for them, but I wasn't sure where the ...
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Nina Perlove – flute articulation/double tonguing part 1 ...

Introduction to double tonguing. Practice with and without your flute. Remember to play with a good sound even while articulating fast. Use a metronome for EVEN articulation. Try to equalize the tongue (T or K) and throat (K or ...
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