Revolutionizing Nineteenth-Century Flute Technique: Hugot-Wunderlich’s Méthode de Flûte (1804): Part II

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Kailan Rubinoff, Assistant Professor of Musicology (Creator)
The University of North Carolina at Greensboro (UNCG )
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Abstract: Part I, introducing Hugot and Wunderlich’s method, appeared in issue 22.1. In Part II, I will examine the innovations of the Hugot and Wunderlich Méthode de Flûte in more detail, focusing on the articles on articulation, fingering and ornamentation in particular. These chapters warrant closer scrutiny and analysis, as they demonstrate the most significant departures from eighteenth-century methods.

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Language: English
Date: 2010
flute technique, flute pedagogy, flute articulation, Hugot and Wunderlich, Methode de Flute, 19th Century Flute Technique

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