Flute Lessons-Emmanuel Pahud-Flute Fundamentals – A fascinating video from one of the masters of flute, Emmanuel Pahud discussing the fundamentals of flute playing (Presented by ‘Play With A Pro’). This introductory video gives a glimpse of the detailed video course aimed a student, intermediate and professional players alike. Emmanuel offers a fascinating incite advice on the six foundational principles of flute playing. Furthermore, ‘playwithapro.com’ are offering the full 53 minute video for a nominal fee. Click on the link below for further information.
The Sir James Galway First Flute Online Course is aimed at beginner, amateur and professionals.
This online course is designed to allow flautists from all walks of life to learn direct from the Master with an array of online covering in depth topics on technique and musicality. This fantastic series of lessons is designed to inspire students and teachers alike in an enjoyable, intuitive, easy-to-learn environment.
The Online Course Includes:
• 15 lessons of in-depth video instruction
• Embouchure technique
• Breathing exercises
• Scales, arpeggios tips & demonstrations
• Instruction on perfect finger technique
• Hundreds of tips, tricks & warnings
• Duet with Sir James
• Dedicated online “Practice Room”
• 52 pages of downloadable sheet music
• Extensive glossary of musical terms
• A whole recital of exclusive concert performances
• Composer biographies written by Sir James
• New content added frequently
• And much, much more…
Ian Mullin-Visit to new Miyazawa factory in Iijima-Japan
Ian Mullin-Visit to new Miyazawa factory in Iijima-Japan – In June this past summer, I was fortunate to meet with both the Miyazawa and Sankyo flute companies on my travels to Japan of which All Flutes Plus are the distributors for both these fantastic Japanese flute manufacturers. After the 12 hour Virgin Atlantic flight of which I was unable to sleep, I was met very kindly by Kazu Miyazawa at the airport early on a Sunday morning. I was treated incredibly well by Mr Miyazawa senior, Kazu and Ichirok throughout my few days in both Tokyo and Iijima.