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The flute and flute-playing

in acoustical, technical, and artistic aspects

by Theobald Böhm

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Published by D.C. Miller in Cleveland .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Statementby Theobald Boehm ; translated and annotated by Dayton C. Miller
ContributionsMiller, Dayton Clarence, 1866-1941
Classifications
LC ClassificationsML936 B682 1908
The Physical Object
Paginationix, 100 p. :
Number of Pages100
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL24437926M

Welcome to Flute Mastering the Basics. We suggest working through this book with an experienced and competent flute teacher who will teach you to balance the flute, to form an embouchure (mouth position), and to make your first sounds. PARTS OF THE FLUTE Headjoint: This is the section where the sound is produced. [This] book serves as a model for our times, and it is an inspiration for those who want to get more out of life through the joys of flute playing." -- Paul Horn, from the Preface "Shepard's soul-felt passion for the flute resonates through his book like music.

  The man who changed all this and invented the modern flute was Theobald Boehm (–), a Bavarian flute virtuoso, who played at the royal court in Munich. Boehm worked upon the flute for many years; indeed, he even went to the length of studying acoustics at the University of Munich, in order to apply the exact data and principles of the Author: Theobald Boehm.   Lizzo, the flute-playing singer, is back in the studio with a 'really different' sound.

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