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We would like to present the third edition of the Babel Flute and thank all the contributors who have offered their unique research and knowledge to our flute community and made this holiday edition very exciting!
We wish you all a wonderful Holidays and a Happy New Year!
▪︎ In this edition, we have prepared a surprise interview with András Adorján, a true international star of the flute.
▪︎ We are celebrating the 310th anniversary of the birth of Frederick II and the 325th anniversary of the birth of Johann Joachim Quantz! Marina Vologdina wrote an essay about the multifaceted personality of Frederick the Great and his love for the flute.
▪︎ We reached out Australia! Laura Chislett provided unique information about Female Composers from Down Under and their flute compositions, written from 1900 – 1956
▪︎ We opened a new category “Career & management”! Take the advice of Katherine Emeneth in her article “Hierarchy in the Classical Music Bubble”.
▪︎ Vilma Campitelli tells us about Elsa Jaqueline Barraine, a composer of the French Résistence, who fought against Nazism through music.
▪︎ Manuel Carranza continues to review Peruvian musical neo-indigenism on the flute and works by the great Peruvian composer Armando Guevara Ochoa. Manuel Carranza was able to recover the only surviving copy of Ochoa’s Concerto for Flute and Orchestra and make an arrangement for flute and piano.
▪︎ We opened a new category “Artificial intelligence in music”! Arina Shvarenok shared her vision of what to expect for professional musicians in the future when technologies develop.
▪︎ Nicola Rizzo takes us through the fascinating history of jazz. In part 3 he tells us about Buddy Collette and Frank Wess.
▪︎ Marina Volkova shares her journey to uncover her hidden talent and develop a unique teaching method for young flutists.
▪︎ Francesca Cescon will tell us about Bruno Maderna, the great Italian composer of our time, who loved the flute very much and was able to demonstrate how versatile this instrument is thanks to his meeting with Severino Gazzelloni.
▪︎ Ludwig Böhm, the great-great-grandson of Theobald Boehm uncovers a mystery of who was the Inventor of the Bb thumb lever on the Böhm flute: Theobald Böhm or Giulio Briccialdi?
▪︎ Marco Gaudino analyzes the temperature of the air columns in search of a beautiful flute sound.
▪︎ Lea Pearson examines how to prevent injury by teaching students to use their whole body and offers a free mini-course, “Eliminate Pain & Anxiety in your Students”.
▪︎ Cate Hummel explores Marcel Moyse’s 24 Petites Études Melodiques.
▪︎ Alan Weiss offers advice on the importance of a beautiful flute sound
▪︎ Anton Kushnir offers an overview of the impressions and results of the First International Kyiv Flute Festival, the main media partner of which is The Babel Flute. A flute festival of this scale in Ukraine was held for the first time! We’ve also added the impressions of the festival by its guest Ludwig Böhm.
▪︎ Mirella Pantano offers an article on the “Mind” technique of Psycho kinesthesia on the flute.
▪︎ Yulia Berry will introduce you to the history of Dutch Golden Age and the significance of music and flute in the art of 17th century Dutch artists.
▪︎ Onorio Zaralli offers a detailed analysis of Allemande from the Partita in A minor by J.S.Bach.
His article “Amiability” discusses the relationship with the audience for the Playing in concert category.
In the Multimedia category he reviews in all details how to work with MuseScore, a music notation software.
Don’t forget to play the new flute quizzes and games created by Onorio for this issue!
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