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Phillipe Bernold: pronunciation
Exercises and scales to master all the joints on the flute and play with more eloquence and expression
Articulation - pronunciation - is a fundamental part of playing the flute.
Its mastery allows us to have a clear, varied, colorful and therefore lively speech. The transverse flute articulation is done by cutting the sound with the tongue, as a singer cuts a melodic line with words. The purpose of this notebook is to deepen these many possibilities of expression by drawing on two series of major and minor scales, but also by addressing many exercises and orchestral traits.
The book is divided into six chapters:
- The first chapter deals with the connection between the breath, the tongue and the fingers on major and minor binary scales and on major ternary scales at reduced ambitus (scales
level 1) ;
- The second chapter focuses on the place of language. Through exercises often taken from the repertoire, it is the study of the "French" detachment that is discussed here;
- The third chapter explores all the articulations on a new series of major and minor binary scales (level 2) with a larger ambitus;
- The fourth chapter is intended to improve the speed of double and triple licks
- The fifth chapter deals with the different attack modes of sounds;
- The sixth chapter presents the main orchestral traits, as well as a complementary study where articulation is the main difficulty.
There is a chapter at the end of the volume entitled "Notes for the curious!" "Consisting of in-depth articles as well as a paragraph on articulation through teaching methods from the 17th to the 20th centuries.