Flute 101

In the resources section of my website I organize various practice material, ideas and information about music and the flute, which I collected and thought about over the years. The material on this page is absolutely free. All you need to do to access it is sign up as site members.

As part of this ongoing project, I began collecting resources on the basics of flute playing. I call this collection Flute 101, and I publish it outside my main web site, in a small google site open to all readers. This site is still making its first footsteps, and I hope it will grow in time. One thing that I posted there is a very simple experiment you can do at home, which illustrates how the flutist's embouchure works when playing the flute. All this experiment takes is a balloon, and it looks like this:

I also uploaded a set of rudimentary exercises for mastering the chromatic scale through the entire range of the flute. The exercises are accompanied with detailed explanations and some general background on the chromatic scale from the flutist's point of view. All this is already online and I hope to add more stuff to this site soon. To visit it follow the link below:

Flute 101

That's it for today. As always, I'd love to hear what you think so feel free to be in touch.

Yours, Udi.

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