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On the flute (and probably on the recorder) it's almost impossible to play this in one breath. It's probably playable in two breaths, but there is no good solution. I have a recording of Emmanuel Pahud playing this, where he breathes at the end of bar 36 and I think this is probably the best of the bad solutions. If you need three breaths then the end of bar ...


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It is usually not good practice to take a breath just before a dynamic maximum, especially after a crescendo: it will break the sentence. Personally, i would sneak in a quick breath right at the end of bar 34, when the decrescendo ends and you start a new sentence. I would be able to reach from 35 to D on one breath, but if you must, you could sneak another ...


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Most wind instruments have a sort of fundamental, natural note that is basis for them. Trumpets are often B♭, saxes either E♭ or B♭, so are all transposing instruments. It appears that your flutes are of similar ilk. The 'Si', Sib', 'Re' etc., are the basic key of the instrument. In the fixed do system, Si is the key of B, Sib is B♭, Re ...


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The syllabic form is the fixed Solfège note name of its base tone, with Sib corresponding to Si bemolle or b flat. Assuming the instruments are all in the same octave, the Re corresponding to d would be the lowest. (If you have picture or length specifications, it would be the longest, which gives the deepest pitch.). I would definitely buy a standard ...


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