Tone and intonation on the recorder

Tone and intonation on the recorder

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Embouchure We have already mentioned the myth that the recorder is an instrument played with extremely low breath-pressure. According to this belief the air travela#39;s so slowly that it fills the windway and reaches the window in that condition, no matter how it is put into the instrument. ... Now play f again, this time with the instrument coming straight out of the mouth, with plenty of beak between your lips, anbsp;...

Title:Tone and intonation on the recorder
Author:Edward L. Kottick
Publisher:McGinnis & Marx Music Pub - 1974-06


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