Method for the One-keyed Flute

Method for the One-keyed Flute

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qBoland's clear, accessible text reflects years of professional experience as a performer and teacher of the one-key flute. Her book answers all the practical needs of beginners and offers advanced flutists a wealth of useful information. Even players wedded to the Boehm flute will gain fresh musical insights from Boland's comprehensive method.q--Laurence Libin, Department of Musical Instruments, Metropolitan Museum of Art qThis is the best introduction to the one-key (baroque) flute for Boehm system flute players available today. With her comprehensive knowledge of the numerous historical treatises and tutors and her extensive practical experience as a player and teacher, Jan Boland has fashioned a guide that is at the same time informative and enjoyable. I only wish it had been available when I set out to learn the one-key flute. It would have saved me much time and led me directly to the most important sources.q--John Thow, composer and Professor of Music at the University of California, Berkeley qAn easy-to-read format, clear prose, attractive graphics, and well chosen and very legible music make it an ideal beginner's tutor.q--Betty Bang Mather, Professor Emeritus, University of Iowa School of Music236) The following facsimile (unchanged reprint) is a table of trill fingerings is found in Lewis Granom, Plain and Easy Instructions for Playing on the German- Flute (c. 1770, p. 121-138). Granoma#39;s work is reprinted here because it is the mostanbsp;...

Title:Method for the One-keyed Flute
Author:Janice Dockendorff Boland
Publisher:Univ of California Press - 1998


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