Small nws excemption3 Beethoven: Leonore Overture No. 3

Orchestral Excerpts | Lorna McGhee
Bt movie not in use Should not be an "athletic event"; it's more than a technical exercise 00h:00m:44s
Bt movie not in use Grace, elegance, Classical style. Observe the hierarchy of beats 00h:01m:10s
Bt movie not in use In cascading figure, think of articulated notes as pickups to next beats 00h:02m:47s
Bt movie not in use Release sound of high A, rather than hitting it with hard articulation. Not percussive 00h:03m:53s
Bt movie not in use Leading to the top of the scale (Taffanel and Gaubert) 00h:04m:25s
Bt movie not in use Trust that the low D will come out 00h:05m:05s
Bt movie not in use Interpreting the fp (fortepiano) on the G 00h:05m:55s
Bt movie not in use Have the repeated phrases "talk to each other" 00h:06m:47s
Bt movie not in use Buildup of rhythm and energy 00h:07m:12s
Bt movie not in use Important to make the subito pianissimo; can use a trick fingering 00h:08m:15s


Lorna McGhee, principal flute of the Pittsburgh Symphony, discusses the second flute excerpt from Beethoven's Leonore Overture No. 3, Op. 72b

Composers:
Ludwig van Beethoven

Works:
LEONORA OVERTURE NO. 3 IN C MAJOR, OP. 72B

Instruments:
Flute

Recorded Date: 30-01-2017



Lorna McGhee