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Ibert Piece for solo flute – Nina Perlove, flute


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  1. Marie kim
    March 7th, 2011 at 05:20 | #1

    i was so impressed by her tonguing , making sound, suddenly going to the high note and her other techniques when you put your headphone on it and when you listen to her you feel like……. your in a wonderland. its beautiful and also freaky in the same time. i hope i can play like her when i grow up……. I’m impressed that she can play it for 5min with out making mistakes……. when i play flute that long then my lips starts to hurt……. i really like her and her flute.

  2. Maya Schoucair
    March 7th, 2011 at 08:09 | #2

    She’s so good! She plays really loudly and I think that the projection is very good. It seems really hard to slur so many notes, and the fact that she was able to do it all in one breath was really unbelievable! I could clearly hear all the notes, and her articulations and dynamics were very clear and noticeable. And at the same time, I think that she chose the correct spots to stop and take a breath. To me, the way she played created a type of mood, and there was a lot of tension when I listened to it. At one point, the piece would sound mysterious and scary, and then the next moment, it seemed really peaceful and pretty.I think that the piece itself is also very pretty. She also presented in a very pretty way. For example, after the piece was over, she kept her flute up for at least three seconds. She is very talented!

  3. Song Yang Chen
    March 7th, 2011 at 23:56 | #4

    Very impressive! I’ve never even tried to do something like that slur! Im wondering on how she slurs so many notes. I also now feel like I need to work on the breathing as my breath time is nothing compared to hers! The articulation and the dynamics were near perfection and all notes seemed to be very clear. I can also feel that she really became one with the piece as it flows just like a river. I also liked the piece, it reminded me of a piece that my favourite cousin used to play. She also even held her flute up for a few seconds after the ending! Unlike several other players who rushed to turn off the camera. Very talented player!

  4. Ah Yeon Jeong
    March 14th, 2011 at 05:23 | #5

    she was very good! i was very impressed on how she did her slur and her tonging. i wonder if she tapped her foot while playing the song.(?) from the song, i liked the middle when her song got faster and faster. the song seemed to be very peaceful and quite. however, it also seemed to be a little bit agile, hipper active, and nervous too. if i want to be good at flute like her, than i bet i’ll need WAY more practices!!!

  5. rohan, grade 5
    March 28th, 2011 at 09:15 | #6

    she was amazing with her finger movement, she moved them extremely fast. The song was peaceful, and i liked the part when her music gradually became more exciting! i wonder how she slurs so well, hope to hear more pieces like that, and I know there will be!!!

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