Small nws excemption3 Ravel: Daphnis and Chloe, Suite No. 2

Orchestral Excerpts | Lorna McGhee
Bt movie not in use Fluid, but needs sense of pulse underneath 00h:02m:00s
Bt movie not in use Underpinning of bass pizzicato gives framework 00h:02m:19s
Bt movie not in use Open intervals require careful tuning 00h:02m:50s
Bt movie not in use Let breathing be as relaxed and efficient as possible 00h:04m:10s
Bt movie not in use Imitation of Pan pipes 00h:04m:24s
Bt movie not in use Shimmery vibrato 00h:04m:34s
Bt movie not in use High G# - lift roof of the mouth 00h:04m:52s
Bt movie not in use Crescendo on long C# in bar before 177 00h:05m:52s
Bt movie not in use Character change after 177 00h:06m:25s
Bt movie not in use Enjoy the triplets 00h:06m:42s
Bt movie not in use Repeated Bs 00h:07m:24s
Bt movie not in use Take the risk and play quietly at 178 00h:08m:10s
Bt movie not in use Vowel sound "oo" 00h:08m:48s
Bt movie not in use Don't get too slow in the retenu, the final triplet needs to relate 00h:09m:43s


Lorna McGhee, principal flute of the Pittsburgh Symphony, discusses the principal flute solo from Ravel's Daphnis & Chloe Suite No. 2.

Composers:
Maurice Ravel

Works:
DAPHNIS ET CHLOE, SUITE NO. 2

Instruments:
Flute

Recorded Date: 30-01-2017



Lorna McGhee