Monday, January 01, 2018

Happy 2018! Resmini Interview


Dear Flute Lovers,
A Happy New Year to all!
Over the holidays I've been enjoying the Paul Edmund-Davies 24 free sequences (prior post).
A great deal of thought has gone into them; highly recommended! And a reminder, they will no longer be free after the holidays, as they will be published in printed form. So visit those free pages early!

I also really enjoyed the Emma Resmini interview at the Flute Examiner this week:
http://thefluteexaminer.com/emma-resmini-fighting-for-classical-music/

There are great videos of Emma's performances as well:
https://www.youtube.com/user/GeoRockMin

Hope everyone is well and happy!
Best, for 2018.
Jen Cluff
Comments (4)
Blogger Danijela Avramovic said...

Dear Jennifer,
I wish you happy new year too!
I am flute student from Serbia, and i am going to competition with my friend (who is also flute player), and we have to preform something that is written by female composer, i will be so gratefull if you can give me some advice or composition that we could play?

Best regards,
Danijela.

Monday, January 15, 2018 2:32:00 PM

 
Blogger jen said...

You can order these two-flute-piano pieces from Fluteworld.

Jennifer Grady - Soaring
(two sea birds flying on high)

or

Madeline Dring - Trio - second mvmt: Semplice

Both are stellar.

Best, Jen

Monday, January 15, 2018 5:15:00 PM

 
Blogger Jay said...

I have a question if you could help. My daughter has a yamaha 221 flute will a 881H yamaha head joint fit the 221. Thank you for your time.

Thursday, January 25, 2018 6:49:00 PM

 
Blogger jen said...

Hi Jay,
You would have to ask a Yamaha dealer who could look it up in their books of measurements. Likely it will fit (most Yamaha headjoints fit most Yamaha bodies). But only a Yamaha specialist would know for sure. Jen

Thursday, January 25, 2018 7:58:00 PM

 

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