Beginner Flute Lesson 2 : The Headjoint, lip plate and tone hole (part 1)

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Unlike virtually all other wind instruments, the flute does not have a separate mouthpiece. It is built into the body of the flute and is referred to as the headjoint.

This is where the sound begins so it is one of the most important parts of your flute. For this lesson we will concentrate on producing a good tone from the headjoint. Before trying this, spend some time with the posture and breathing exercises in lesson 1.

Beginners Flute Lessons

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