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jose_luis
Hi!......
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Saxadominic
Hello
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christyhunter
you really amazed me, how old really are you??? i love listening to the flute..
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jose_luis
Hi!. Not yet for the moment. I have been in contact with the artisan in Turkey and he gave me some instructions, but I am recovering from eye surgery and do not want to blow hard on the reed for a while.
In any case I am almost convinced that the reed I received is too hard for beginner. I may order a softer reed to start with.
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InstrumentCrazy
Have you gotten you Duduk to work?
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jose_luis
I see. I had assumed it was the same Böhm system. Thank you for pointing this out.
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InstrumentCrazy
Let me reword that! (^: The only fingerings that are the same are some in the top octave.
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InstrumentCrazy
Actually clarinet fingerings are not really like the flutes fingerings. Everything but a couple notes in the top octave are not the same.(I play both.)
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jose_luis
I f you like the flute, I believe it is quite compatible with clarinet playing, including the fingering.

It is not so difficult to produce a sound.

Try blowing first into the headjoint alone, as if you were blowing into a bottle, to make it sing. Try to produce the two different sounds that are possible with the headjoint without the body. Once you master that, try adding the flute body and concentrate on the easier notes, such as first octave A. Then you will need a teacher and a book...
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Flemclarinet0998
I play clarinet... I wanted to play flute but, yet i couldn't blow into it, say my teacher
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Flemclarinet0998
I play clarinet... I wanted to play flute but, yet i couldn't blow into it, say my teacher
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jose_luis
I have just returned from London with one new Nahagara heajoint on my flute. Only that I cannot afford a gold model as in the picture, mine is Silver .950 but still astonishing.
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OboeNightmare
Nice pic! :D
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ShanaMaria
ah...that is just fine with me. sometimes my daughters friends think I am her older sister...who am I to argue with them? I think it is just fabulous!!!!
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jose_luis
Thank you for following up my Curriculum Vitae.

I decided that if I was going to lie about my age, it would be better to appear younger than older. I had chosen the oldest birth year in my first profile that was available on this site to choose, now I did the opposite.

I beg your pardon for this little liberty of playing with time. Wouldn't it be nice if this freedom could be real (even a few hours would do, if longer periods were not available). Also, making the birth year not mandatory to show one's birthday would be also appreciated by people like me.
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ShanaMaria
Didn't you used to be a couple hundred years old or something? Why did you decide to go younger?
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