Finger Work 15

When pushed for time, a multitasking exercise such as this can help get us up and running and back on track super quick. Aimed predominately at training our fingers, if played with repeats from start to finish, lips, lungs and concentration are likewise subjected to a rigorous and intense workout.

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Progressive Warm Up No. 6

Ideally, at the start of our day with the flute, we would allow ourselves large expanses of time in which to ‘warm up’.The reality though is that we all live busy lives and simply can’t afford such luxury.

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Finger Work 14

This is another exercise providing further opportunity to work on and improve finger co-ordination.The primary focus here is as much on the operation of a finger lifting or raising, as it is on it closing or coming down. However…

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Progressive Warm Up No. 5

At the start of a practice session, a slow, long, sustained melody such as this, is a highly useful method for ensuring that lungs, lips, fingers and focus are instantly engaged.Although the movement between notes is moderately subdued in this exercise, consummate control of fingers will be required, to avoid lumps and bumps as keys are opened and closed. As the melodic line here is of a highly legato nature,it follows that fingers will need to mirror this in their operation.

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