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flautist

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a player of the flute
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Except for a brief preface, suggested breathing points and some vibrato indications, there are no explanatory directions, which encourages the flutist to just jump in and play.
Here she disclosed the lyrical quality of her voice in the opening lines, with the flutist essaying the coloratura passages, and the pianist providing solid rapport.
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With Ginell's help, we gain an appreciation for Mann's extensive musical explorations that stemmed from the flutist's remarkable curiosity and openness.
Carroll studied under former Boston Symphony principal flutist Doriot Dwyer.
Evolve showcases not only her melodious musicianship as a flutist, but her sultry vocals and soulful compositions.
Sivadasan ( 56) is the man who makes flutes for several top Hindustani and Carnatic flutists in the country.
The flutist will notice movement in the abdominal area as each burst of air is released to produce the breath attack.
Flutist James Hall has won numerous competitions, including New York's Artists International and St.
He is also recognised as one of world's top bamboo flutists and featured in the BBC documentary Destination Music.
As a whole, A Dictionary for the Modern Flutist serves as a comprehensive study of the flute.
This classically trained flutist follows the traditional style of early popular Cuban dance orchestras, a genre called charanga, which was developed from the contradanza criolla string ensembles of Cuban elite society.