Flute Talk

Articles April 2012

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Interview:
An Interview with Trudy Kane
After playing principal flute in the Metropolitan Opera Orchestra in New York City for 32 years, Kane is now professor of flute at the Frost School of Music at the University of Miami “On the rare occasion that things would totally deteriorate, someone would always come in strongly, and the orchestra would rally and join in. If it was the singer who became lost, the orchestra had an amazing ability to jump as a unit either ahead or behind to be with the singer.”
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Performance Guide:
Daphnis in Depth
“After many auditions and performances, I still approach it with awe. Though the passage is only 26 measures long, the writing is harmonically complex and the atmosphere is difficult to capture.”
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Errata:
Daphnis and Chloe Errata

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The Teacher's Studio:
Daily Exercise Books, A Fresh Look
“Kincaid’s approach to the Maquarre book was the opposite of Mariano’s. He had me use the book to memorize the exercises in C major and a minor and then assigned me to figure out the rest of the keys by logic and ear.”
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Let's Talk Picc:
Piccolo Q&A
These answers to questions about starting and playing piccolo will help students of various levels and teachers.
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Personal Perspective:
A Dilemma
“A double degree program allows a student to obtain a Bachelor of Music degree in performance or music education and a Bachelor of Arts degree in another field. The program takes five years.”
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