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Robert Dick is one of them. Description. Regarded as the definitive reference work for flutists and composers. A comprehensive presentation of the flute's sonic possibilities, including. There are a great many people who helped in the course of this work.
His class turned into a lecture-demonstration with about 20 people. THE OTHER FLUTE. GM Recordings, U.S.A. # – CD This is Robert's most famous solo recording. Includes the original works “Afterlight”, “News?. In order to set up a list of libraries that you have access to, you must first login or sign up.
Thank you for interesting in our services. "The Other Flute". Extended Techniques For Flute. By Robert Dick. "The Other Flute". Extended Techniques For Flute. By Robert Dick. Link To. Robert Dick born January 4, is a flutistcomposer, teacher and author.
As a composer and performer, Robert Dick is a leading proponent of comtemporary music and is known worldwide for his command of extended techniques for the flute. The other flute: a performance manual of contemporary techniques / Robert Dick. Creator. Dick, Robert, Published. London ; New York: Oxford. With equally deep roots in classical music old and new and in free improvisation and new jazz, Robert Dick has established himself as an artist who has not only mastered, but redefined the flute.
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Composer and flutist Robert Dick, or rather his much-praised manual on extended techniques The Other Flute, made an unexpected.
Title, The other flute: a performance manual of contemporary techniques. Author, Robert Dick. Contributor, Robert Dick. Edition, illustrated. Publisher, Oxford.