Study No. 2 – Trailer

Gallay Study No. 2 - Trailer ARTICULATION STUDY from OP. 13, No. 2 – Jacques-François Gallay (1795-1864)   Legato single articulation where, apart from a very gentle attack for each note, the motion should be seamless is yet another challenging area of flute...

Study No. 1 – Trailer

Gallay Study No.1 - Trailer ARTICULATION STUDY from OP. 13, No. 1 – Jacques-François Gallay (1795-1864)   Articulation on any woodwind or brass instrument is not without its complications. The way in which we bring life and sound to a note, irrespective of our...

Study No. 3 – Trailer

Gallay Study No. 3 - Trailer ARTICULATION and FINGERWORK STUDY from OP. 13, No. 3 – Jacques-François Gallay (1795-1864)   Even though the content of this study is very different to that of No. 2, as far as articulation is concerned, there are distinct...

Study No. 4 – Trailer

Gallay Study No. 4 - Trailer ARTICULATION STUDY from OP. 13, No. 4 – Jacques-François Gallay (1795-1864)   Reading and understanding a musical score, in this instance, Gallay, Opus 13, No. 4, should share parallels with reading a book.  In a book, the words take...

Study No. 5 – Trailer

Gallay Study No. 5 - Trailer ARTICULATION and INTERVALS STUDY from OP. 13, No. 5 Jacques-François Gallay (1795-1864)   Repetition is a familiar method for drumming home a technical point, but that repetition is as good as useless if there is little in the way of...

Study No. 6 – Trailer

Gallay Study No. 6 - Trailer BREATHING and PHRASING STUDY from OP. 13, No. 6 Jacques-François Gallay (1795-1864)   I have to confess that when I was young, playing slow melodies on the flute held little in the way of interest to me. As is so often the case with...