Advanced Recorder Technique, The Art of Playing the Recorder, Vol. 1: Finger and Tongue Technique
- ISBN: 978-3-7957-0516-9
- Editorial: Schott Musik International
- Año de la edición: 2005
- Traductor: Peter Bowman
- Encuadernación: Rústica
- Formato: 23x30,5
- Páginas: 80
- Idiomas: Inglés
- Tipo: MÉTODO/EJERCICIOS
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Advanced Recorder Technique is intended for advanced players of the alto recorder who are seeking rigorous practise material for developing their instrumental and musical skills. The aim is that within the purely technical material the player will be able to discover and transform the musical parameters of sound, movement, tension/relaxation, and from that learn to deal musically with the individual technical elements (scales, arpeggios, trills, etc.)
In accordance with the requirements of the recorder's original literature the exercises are intended mainly for the alto recorder. However, numerous recent arrangements of early baroque violin music for soprano recorder, which have become an established part of the repertoire, have necessitated the serious treatment of this instrument, too. A number of the chapters can therefore be played not only on the alto but transposed for the soprano recorder as well.
The term "technique" should not be misunderstood: the objectives of the exercises are musical expression, inspiration, emotion and creative note-shaping. This two volume method deals with four aspects of recorder playing: finger and tonguing technique as well as breathing and sound production.
CONTENIDO (VOL. 1)
1. Finger movements
3. Scales, Arpeggios, Chromatic Scales
4. Scales and Arpeggios in chromatic sequence
5. Scales in Thirds
6. Smooth Double Tonguing
7. Virtuoso Technique in all Keys
8. Broken Chords
10. Finger Vibrato (flattement)
11. Double Tonguing with "did'II"