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Posted by: ensemblearsvirtual Posted on: Feb 28th, 2010, 1:00pm
hello everyone.  i am attempting to teach myself baroque flute, and was wondering if anyone knew of teachers who might provide lessons.  i am a recorder player and it seems the biggest challenge to me (at the moment, i no doubt will encounter others along the way) is the embouchure.  any other resources in the chicago area for an absolute beginner on traverso?
Posted by: Forum Admin Posted on: Mar 1st, 2010, 1:03am
Does Laura Sanborn-Kuhlman
 
http://earlymusichicago.org/musicians_winds.htm#Laura%20Sanborn%20Kuhlma n
 
teach, and teach traverso?
 
How about Lisette Kielsen
 
http://earlymusichicago.org/musicians_winds.htm#Lisette%20Kielson
 
Both are "switch hitters," playing both recorder and flute.


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