AMA Flute 2000-Robert Winn


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AMA Flute 2000-Robert Winn

AMA Flute 2000-Robert Winn

Fun School
Includes a free accompanying CD
Suitable for ages 7 years upwards

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In writing this method for Flute, Robert Winn has brought together all the elements of beginner flute playing, in a simple format with minimal text. Twenty-five brilliant, full-colour photographs clarify the difficulties encountered with the embouchure and the holding of the instrument.

The author offers several explanations for the technical elements regarding hand positions, B flat fingerings, articulation, and other topics. Phrase marks and dynamics have been added to some of the pieces, but the majority of these have been left to the discretion of the teacher.

Prof. Robert Winn
He is a graduate of the Royal Academy of Music in London. He was the principal flautist of the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra from 1985-1999. Professor Winn regularly gives masterclasses worldwide. He was a Professor of Flute at the Franz-Liszt Academy in Weimar and in 1999, became a Professor of Flute at the College of Music in Cologne.
Apart from his wide experience in classic musical genres, he has played in many Hollywood movies such as The Lord of the Rings, Notting Hill, and The English Patient amongst others.

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