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_lisstheshopaholic_ asked:

20 Jan 2010

High Notes? (flute players ONLY)

I have been playing flute for about 2 years but i need help with high notes. My high note sound airy and overblown even though i am not overblowing. any tips? my band director has tried to tell me to work on them but i am having no luck



x_elena says:

Posted on 20 Jan 2010

tighten (stiff) your ligature (mouth/lips) for highnotes & also make the space where youre letting air out go smaller, and for low notes , loosen your ligature(mouth/lips) and make the space where the air blows out of larger.

ive been playing flute for 6 years. i also play electric and acoustic guitar and drums. (:


runningwithscissors says:

Posted on 20 Jan 2010

Make sure the corners of your mouth are nice and tucked in.

When I practice, it always helps me to pretend like I want the wall to hear my music. Sounds weird, I know. But pretend like something across the room is listening. That wall wants to hear notes that are pretty and delicate.

Keep a nice, steady air flow through it. But don't blow too hard. You play flute, not the basoon o.O

I play flute, clarinet, piano, and acoustic guitar.


runningwithscissors says:

Posted on 20 Jan 2010

And practicing alot helps too(:

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