The New Flute by Tilmann Dehnhard


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The New Flute by Tilmann Dehnhard

The New Flute by Tilmann Dehnhard

Publisher-Universal Edition

An introduction to modern flute techniques
Workbook and DVD


This book guides flute players in the learning and application of contemporary flute techniques, with confidence-building approaches and helpful, practical advice. The DVD demonstrates all the exercises in the book, bringing to life the techniques explained.


  • Flute beatboxing
  • Sing & play
  • Bisbigliando
  • Whistles, G
  • Glissandos and more

Tilmann Dehnhard

Dehnhard performs around the world giving masterclasses and workshops on Jazz, modern playing techniques, and improvisation. He also serves as a teacher at the Jazz Institute Berlin, part of the University of the Arts. Throughout his career, Tilmann has collaborated with various artists, including Sam Rivers, Steve Lacy, Evan Parker, Robbie Williams, Cindy Lauper, and Till Brönner, and has released his own CDs. He is also a composer for theatre and film, and his notable publications include “The New Flute” and “Jazz Studies For Flute,” both NFA Award winners. Tilmann Dehnhard is an official endorser of Altus Flutes/Artis Music.

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