Tuesday, November 02, 2010

Emma plays Gaubert & Mouquet

Dear Flutists,

Yes, it's amazing. And all from memory!
(sometimes I truly am just speechless)
Ten year old Emma Resmini performing Gaubert's Fantaisie:



And Mouquet's "La Flute de Pan" first mvmt, Bergeres":




The second mvmt. of the Mouquet, Pan and the Birds:


The third mvmt. with fast double tonguing Mouquet - Third mvmt. Pan & the Nymphs:


Wowza.....

Best, Jen
Comments (8)
Blogger Laura said...

I just wanted to point out that the pianist Emma is working with is Brad Clark, a wonderful musician that I have had the pleasure of working with many times.

Tuesday, November 02, 2010 1:11:00 PM

 
Blogger jen said...

Thanks Laura; helpful to know. Best, Jen

Tuesday, November 02, 2010 1:34:00 PM

 
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Dear Jen,
The headjoint of my flute has rust in it. How do i get it out? ( If you take the headjoint off of the flute and look into it, the rust is where the cap meets the head joint.) Help! And thanks!

Thursday, November 11, 2010 12:36:00 PM

 
Blogger jen said...

Dear Anonymous,

You shouldn't bother trying to fix your flute yourself. Take it to a local, well respected flute technician. If there is rust, there's a need for a cleaning and oiling. Lack of oil in the moving parts is the bigger enemy. Best, Jen

Thursday, November 11, 2010 12:56:00 PM

 
Anonymous Noreen said...

Wowza is right! How in the world does she do all that from memory! Of course, as a 63-year-old first-time flute student, I may have different issues with this memory stuff! I loved hearing and watching her! Truly inspirational!!

Thursday, November 18, 2010 12:05:00 PM

 
Blogger Dalaire said...

I'm speechless, too--literally staring at the screen in awe. What a wonderful talent!

Thanks for posting!

Wednesday, November 24, 2010 4:07:00 PM

 
Blogger Kroso said...

Dear Jen.
I'm a teenage flute player that recently discovered your blog which have been very helpful.
I realised that i have playd, with franche tounging my whole life, and now i'm trying to learn to play double tounging properly. Instead of using the tip of my toung, I have been using a part farther towards the middle of the toung.
Have you any tips of how to get rid of that bad habbit? I'm more than willing to practise methodicaly to achieve that.
And can you tell me more about french tounging? Which types of music is the tounging a benefit?
Thank you for this blog and forgive my poor english.

Saturday, December 04, 2010 4:15:00 PM

 
Blogger jen said...

Dear Kroso,

Dear Kroso,
Go to these pages and look for double tonguing and other exercises:
http://www.jennifercluff.com/articu1.htm

http://www.jennifercluff.com/articu2.htm

You should find simple explanations there. Thanks for asking.

Best, Jen

Saturday, December 04, 2010 5:26:00 PM

 

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