MASTERCLASS WITH HANSJORG SCHELLENBERGER - BACH, C.P.E.: Flute Sonata, Wq. 132, H. 562: II. Allegro (arr. for oboe)


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Flute Sonata in A Minor, Wq. 132, H. 562 (arr. for oboe)

Year of Production: Feb. 2006
Playing Time: 00:17:18
Catalogue Number: RSS6479_1

In this masterclass, Professor Schellenberger explains some questions related to lightness, color changes, fluency and accents in phrases. Then, Schellenberger recommends a new fingering for the trills. It is also important keeping in mind playing in a proper timing.

Prof. Schellenberger recommends not to move the mouth, but to keep it opened for controlling and getting a good embouchure. They work also on the phrasing, dynamics, energy and relaxation, breathing, articulation or apoggiaturas among other musical aspects referred to this Sonata.

Finally, Schellenberger gives the student some advises to improve his tuning and to get a clearer and more natural sound, considering that this Sonata is easier to be played for flute -the original instrument -, than for oboe.

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