The Pedagogical Techniques and Methods of Flutist William Montgomery
The study presents the teaching philosophies, pedagogical approaches, techniques and methods of flutist, William Montgomery. His concept of flute tone production, his philosophy of other aspects of flute playing, and his innovate approach to technical exercises have been documented for use by future generations of flutists. Many of the techniques and ideas Montgomery developed reflect the pedagogical influence of his teachers, Marcel Moyse and William Kincaid.
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"This book is a 'must-have' for any flutist who is interested in exploring pedagogical concepts and techniques as they apply to both teaching and performing... provides valuable insight into teaching methodologies and philosophies of master performers and teachers..." - Professor Pamela Youngblood, Texas Woman's University"