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Saint-Saëns Organ Symphony Listening Guide

Treble clef

Saint-Saëns Organ Symphony Listening Guide

Musical note with word "Notes" Notes 20

14 Steps

  • Complete LG-Saint-Saëns: Quiz 01
  • Complete LG-Saint-Saëns: Quiz 02
  • Complete LG-Saint-Saëns: Quiz 03
  • Complete LG-Saint-Saëns: Quiz 04 & 05
  • Complete LG-Saint-Saëns: Quiz 06, 07 & 08
  • Complete LG-Saint-Saëns: Quiz 09
  • Complete LG-Saint-Saëns: Quiz 10
  • Complete LG-Saint-Saëns: Quiz 11
  • Complete LG-Saint-Saëns: Quiz 12
  • Complete LG-Saint-Saëns: Quiz 13
  • Complete LG-Saint-Saëns: Quiz 14
  • Complete LG-Saint-Saëns: Quiz 15, 16 & 17
  • Complete LG-Saint-Saëns: Quiz 18 – 23
  • Complete LG-Saint-Saëns: Finish

FLUTE

The flute is a transverse (or side-blown) woodwind instrument that is closed at the blown end. It is played by blowing a stream of air over the embouchure hole. The pitch is changed by opening or closing keys that cover circular tone holes (there are typically 16 tone holes). Opening and closing the holes produces higher and lower pitches. Higher pitches can also be achieved through over-blowing, like most other woodwind instruments. The direction and intensity of the airstream also affects the pitch, timbre, and dynamics.

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