The Native American Flute. by Fluterscooter...

Jun 8, 2014 by

The Native American flute has always fascinated me:  its hollow and haunting sound, the simplicity and peacefulness of its melodies, and its meditative quality.  I had the pleasure of speaking more in depth about this beautiful instrument with player and collector Mario Acerra, and I learned that it can...

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Thoughts on Auditions. By Paul Fried...

Jun 8, 2014 by

Auditions are a necessary evil as are interviews in other jobs. My first thought regarding auditions is to not take them too seriously.  I always used to tell myself that there are billions of people in the world and other than your family, not one of them could care...

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Julien Beaudiment: Artist Interview...

Jun 7, 2014 by

Can you give us 5 career highlights? That would be my studies in Paris and London, my appointment as principal flute of the Lyon National Opera House when I was 22 and still a student in Paris, my appointment as a teacher at the Lyon and Lausanne conservatories, and...

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Blog: Flutes by the Sea. By Viviana Guzman...

Jun 7, 2014 by

I was born on the ocean. I live on the ocean. I work on the ocean. It’s no surprise that The Flutes by the Sea Masterclass would take place near the ocean as well. The ocean provides an inspiring backdrop for music making. Creative people need the soothing, refreshing...

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A New Route for Your Life’s Journey: Interview with Carole Hyatt....

Jun 7, 2014 by

This past April, I had the opportunity to a attend the Carole Hyatt Leadership Forum, a weekend seminar and workshop that helps women assess and advance their careers.  I invited Carole for an interview with The Flute View. Carole Hyatt (www.carolehyatt.org) has been addressing career subjects in her best-selling...

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Carl Dimow: Sheet Music Review

Jun 7, 2014 by

Carl Dimow's "Klezmer Suite for Flute/Bass Flute and Guitar" is a wonderful work for flute and guitar. The movements are delightful, whimsical, and lyrical. The 4 movements include a range of Klezmer/Middle Eastern flavored rhythmic patterns which can also be performed individually. This is a fabulous find for those...

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Peter Verhoyen, Stefano Parrino, and Pamela Sklar: CD Reviews...

Jun 7, 2014 by

It’s so interesting to me that although we all play the same instrument we often have unique and differing interests in the music we perform, research and record. A non flutist might think – isn’t one flute piece just like another?  But since spending so much time this year...

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Daniel Dorff: CD Review

Jun 7, 2014 by

This newly-released collection of works for various combinations of flute, clarinet, and piano by Daniel Dorff is expertly executed by the Scott/Garrison Duo, joined by pianist Rajung Yang. Shannon Scott is Instructor of Clarinet at Washington State University, and Leonard Garrison is Associate Professor of Flute at the University...

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Flutes by the Sea video chat: The Flute View and Joanna Tse....

Jun 7, 2014 by

The Flute View and Joanna Tse talk about 2014's Flutes by the Sea...

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