I feel very comfortable answering questions regarding classical music. This includes performance of music on woodwind instruments, theory, history, etc. I am happy to answer questions about careers in music and collegiate study. I am also able to answer simple questions in the field of Audio Engineering.
I have played the flute for 25 years. I am very active in professional music organizations, and I have had several students go on to successful careers.
I am currently a member of the Conductor's Guild, the National Flute Association, the American String Teachers Association, West Virginia Music Educators Association, and Ohio Music Educators Association.
I hold a bachelor of music education degree from The Ohio State University along with a business minor. I have a Master of Music degree from the same institution. I am currently a professor at a college in Florida.
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HI, Thanks for your question. Most flute teachers would say use finger 3 for the left trill and finger 4 for the right trill. You don't have to use the very tip of the finger to hit the trill key
Hi Gabriella, Lots of good questions! Unfortunately, there is not one clear-cut answer to "how do I make a living as a flutist." As you think through all of your options, I recommend you decide which
Hi Joel, Thanks for the email. I find bass flute can take some getting used to, but if you have a decent instrument, it is very attainable. In regards to amount of air you have to blow to make
Hi Alberto, Thanks for your question. Both instruments look very comparable. I haven't played these models of flutes recently, so I wouldn't want to tell you one is better than the other. If you
I see what you are trying to do now. A very complicated engineering problem. Part of the issue will be the cylindrical or conical properties of the instrument. I suggest you share your thoughts