Flute Talk

Articles January 2010

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The Teacher's Studio:
Questions and Answers
“Students know when you have low expectations, so have the highest expectations. Choose literature that requires you to teach.”
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Interview:
The Essence of Jazz, An Interview with Holly Hofmann
“Knowing the tunes is not part of the repertoire for young jazz players today, although I think it ought to be. The experience of having to play on the spot by ear, even when I didn’t know the melody, was invaluable.”
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Performance Guide:
Connecting the Dots: Musical Line in Berio’s Sequenza I
"By analyzing these relationships, and discovering which combinations create the maximum tension and release, players can create a more meaningful, complete, connected performance.”
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Debost's Comments:
Mozart Trills
“All cadential trills should start on the upper note, whether written or implied, and they should end with a nachschlag (termination) as close as possible to the tonal note.”
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Teaching:
Welcoming Students to Lessons
“Have a place for students to comfortably assemble a flute. Most of us have had the experience of trying to stand like a flamingo and use one thigh to try to balance the flute case while assembling the flute.”
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Let's Talk Picc:
Flash! for Piccolo and Piano
Flash! by Daniel Dorff is a newly-published showpiece for piccolo and piano that was written for Kate Prestia-Schaub in 2008.
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