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Playlist of How to Play Trills on the Flute

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  • How to Play Trills on the Flute - Best Trill Exercises

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    In this video, Florence tackles trills on the flute, and gives you a simple, yet effective, exercise to warm-up with trills in your everyday practice.

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  • HOW TO PRACTICE TRILLS | Tutorial

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    How to play trills... and how to PRACTICE trills!

    Trills can seem daunting to recorder players - don't your fingers have to be reeeeally fast, and don't they sound really difficult..? Well, with a few tips, some information and some exercises, I'll help you to de-mystify these lovely little ornaments, and send you on your way to happy trilling! (that sounded weird)

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    NOTE: Woah. Trills come in SO many shapes, sizes, styles, forms... and there are a lot of people doing great work out there, figuring out exactly how trills were authentically performed in certain baroque styles. I can't impart ALL of that in one video! Of course, every thing I say (e.g. trills should be played on the beat) can also be done in a different way (e.g. uh, play them off the beat). I'm not aiming to tell you exactly how trills should be played now and forever, but to give you a way in, and tools to practice the trills YOU want to make :) If you have interesting info regarding this (sources, links, nuggets of information) PLEASE share below!

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    'On Playing the Flute' - Johann Joachim Quantz
    'Principles of the flute, recorder and oboe' - Jaques-Martin Hotteterre
    'The Baroque solo Book' - ed. Bernard Thomas
    'Methodical Sonatas' - G.P. Telemann
    'The Modern Recorder Player book 2' - Walter van Hauwe
    'Advanced Recorder Player book 1, fingers and tongue' - Gudrun Heyens
    'A Baroque ornamentation tutor for recorder' - Hal Leonard Corp. and Janos Bali

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  • Flute Lesson - How to play Mozarts Flute Concerto No. 2 K 314

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    In this video, Jaimie gives you an extensive lesson on how to approach and study the Concerto No. 2 K314.

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  • Di Zhao 700 Professional Flute with C# trill and D# Roller - Demo

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  • Flute Lesson - How to Play Loud and Soft on the Flute

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    In this video, Florence and Robert talk about playing loud and soft on the flute by featuring the lovely Fantaisie for flute and piano by Philippe Gaubert.

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  • Flutter Tongue for Flute

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  • Intro to Baroque Ornamentation! | Team Recorder

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    An introduction to a huge and sometimes overwhelming topic - BAROQUE ORNAMENTATION! What is it? Why is it used? Where and how do you do it? How do you play all those symbols? Where can you find more music and info? I give you aaaaaaall the answers ;)

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  • Trills on the Violin | Kerson Leong

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    Attempting to break down trilling technique. Also time for a haircut.

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  • How to play and write for the Contrabass Flute

    5:52

    This video showcases my beautiful Kingma Contrabass Flute and provide's a Composer's Toolkit, designed to fire the imagination of creative writers interested in these new sounds!

    The first 2 minutes of the video focuses on the bottom register, demonstrating the colours, dynamics and effects which are so unique to this instrument.

    I go on to explore the middle and top registers and then demonstrate a whole raft of extended /contemporary techniques.

    CORRECTION: C2 is the lowest note on the Cello, and the Contrabass Flute does go one semitone lower - however, at 1:10 - I've written that the lowest note is B2. So, it is actually B1. I got my B0's B1's and B2's mixed up! Likewise - the highest note I play vin this video is actually C5 - with the highest (usable) note being D5 not D4 - though technically speaking - F5 and F#5 should be possible... Apologies for this mistake!

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  • Piano Techniques: How to Play Trills on the Piano? - Practicing Trills

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    I've had quite a few people recently asking me for tips on how to play trills. It's no easy task - or is it? This video and article will provide a few tips and techniques you can use to help master trills.

    The first thing to do is make sure you play your trills with minimal arm weight. If you've watched some of my other technique videos you know that I emphasize arm weight as a very big component in tone production -- especially when it comes to slower melodies. The challenge with trills is playing lightly, almost floating your hand above the keys to allow the notes to flow with minimal effort.

    The next thing in playing trills is keeping your fingers very close to the keys. Trills are played so fast that there is not a lot of time for movement, so it's best to keep your fingers very close to the keys -- so close you remain in contact with the keys!

    Another thing is to make sure your fingers are rounded. It's nearly impossible to play fast with outstretched fingers; keeping them rounded will help improve speed dramatically allowing more than just one joint to execute the trill. These are some of the most important aspects when it comes to hand position.

    However, there is something fundamental about approaching trills. Even if it sounds like just a bunch of notes, you need to figure out exactly how many notes you are playing as if it's written out. Learn trills like you would learn any other fast passage in your music working with the metronome increasing one notch at a time as you gain confidence.

    Another big question is how to know how many notes to play in a trill. One valuable technique that I use frequently is to play just one note of the trill. For example, if you are playing a trill and starting on the upper note, just play that upper note. You will get an idea of how fast you can play the trill by only playing one note of the trill first, either the top note or the bottom note - whichever one you are starting the trill on.

    This brings up an important subject in trills, what note does it start on? This could really be a subject for an entirely separate video but I am going to provide some basic information here. As trills are written, you will usually start on the auxiliary (the note above the written note of the trill; the next note in the scale of that key). For example, if you have a piece in C major and you have a D trill, you would start on E.

    Can you start a trill on the note written? For example, if it's written as a D can you start on a D and move up to E? Yes; it depends on the context. There are different schools of thought on this but generally I would say a trill is basically a long appoggiatura (a non-chord tone resolving into the harmony). So starting on the auxiliary generally makes musical sense. However, in different period styles and in shorter trills, use your judgement as to what sounds best and what you can execute with confidence.

    The last thing I want to address with trills is one of the biggest challenges; how to end them! If you don't know exactly where you are it can be difficult to end them smoothly. The good news is there is a great practice technique for this.

    I always like to play the trill right up to the point before it ends; and then stop in a relaxed manner over the keys. Keep doing that until you have a good grasp on where you will be right before the last notes of the trill. Keep playing that passage over and over and eventually add the last notes of the trill. But don't play them right away; pause in a relaxed manner before you play the last notes. At first, make the pause as long as you need it; eventually make the duration of the pause smaller and smaller; until the pause is imperceptible to the listener but guides the ending of the trill for you!

    Thanks again for watching and reading. I enjoy bringing these videos to you and am planning more of them for you. So please, send in any questions or suggestions to me, Robert Estrin: Robert@LivingPianos.com (949) 244-3729

  • Examples multiphonic trills and tremolos

    5:55

    A composer asked me about multiphonic trills and tremolos. I selected 22 examples for him. Hopefully it is useful for other composers as well!


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  • Piano Trills // How to practice - Tips and techniques for pieces by Chopin, Haydn, Liszt etc.

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    0:33 Know the amount of notes (examples)
    1:46 Simple ways to Practice
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  • trying wooden flutes! | #flutelyfe with @katieflute + FCNY

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  • Introduction to trills fingerings for the alto/treble recorder

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  • Finger Independence Study 17: The Trill Keys

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    Finger Independence: 20 Studies for the Aspiring Virtuoso by Lindsay Bryden - Twenty studies for improving finger independence and dexterity; for the advanced flutist. Spanning the full range of the flute, this workout uses melody and phrase structures to keep the mind engaged while targeting specific fingers. For information on purchasing the studies, go to

  • Chamber Music with Sarah Willis

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  • How to Play Trills on the Flute

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    In this video, Dr David Klee shows how to play trills on the flute.

  • Trills on the flute - a quick overview!

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    Flute tutorial - London Orchestral flute player Ian Mullin gives a quick response to YouTube questions concerning playing trills for the flute player.

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  • The C# Trill Key with Jeff Weissman!

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  • Flute - trill top G to A .

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    How do you trill from top G to A on a flute with a split E ?

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  • FluteTips 49 Every Trill Has its Own Finger

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    When you use your trill keys, it's best to move your fingers up.






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    When you use your trill keys, it's best to move your fingers up. It's more efficient too because then they each get their own trill. So, you don't ever have to wonder which finger to use. Just move them up.

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  • Flute Tip of the Week 41: Trills

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    FTW#41: Take the time to exercise your trills so they come out as strong and controlled as the rest of your technique.

  • When to trill? Demystifying the flute - trills and trill keys

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    Hi guys and welcome back to our 'De-mystifying the flute' series. In this episode we will be looking at trill keys and how/when to use them!


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  • How to play “Trill note”on D key dizi flutewith subtitle D调竹笛《颤音》练习

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  • E .K ö h l e r - Study n.17 op. 66 Trills and Appoggiaturas

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    E .K ö h l e r (1849 - 1907) - 25 Romantische Etüden op. 66 für Flöte solo - Study n.17 Trills and Appoggiaturas - flute, Mauro Scappini - (arrangiament for wind orchestra by Mauro Scappini) September, 2018.

  • Harp Tuesday Episode 12 - Trills

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    In this episode of Harp Tuesday I talk about trills! ------- Harp Tuesday is my YouTube series about playing the harp. Visit for an easy to navigate listing of all episodes.

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  • Which trill key to use. Flute.

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    Use the right trill key.

  • Trills - Native American Flute

    3:32

    How to play Trills on a Native American flute. This FluteCast is part of Clint & Vera's monthly Flute Newsletter - see

  • How to Play Mordents

    5:50

    In this video, David explains what mordents are and demonstrates how to plan them.

  • Köhler Romantic Etude Op. 66 #17 Trills and Appogiaturas

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    Amy Porter performs Trills and Appogiaturas by Ernesto Koehler

  • Cheat TRILL fingerings! | Team Recorder

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    There are so many tricky trills on the recorder - E flat to D, and don't even talk to me about G to A! I take you all the way up and down the alto recorder, showing a bunch of handy alternatives for the worst trills. Enjoy!

    In this video I have given the trills as alto fingerings, but of course they would work transposed onto soprano as well! ????

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  • lesson concerning the trill

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    for recorder, the difference between modern and ancient trills

  • AR202009_ Ornaments1 appoggiatura trill

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    Do you ever wonder what to do when you see those little signs in the music, indicating ornaments? For the Fall 2020 American Recorder, Michael Lynn starts a series on ornamentation. In his first video (and the article at he covers appoggiaturas and trills. Future issues will cover how to add other beautiful ornaments to your music.

  • HIGH NOTE HACKS: Playing High A-E and B-F# - Flute Tube 25

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    No more need to struggle endlessly to bring your high As down to high Es, or high Bs down to F-sharps! (Like I unfortunately did for MANY hours, growing up.) In this episode I give you solutions to make those intervals as easy as all of their neighbor intervals!

    My goal with some recent and upcoming episodes is to get students to catch problems teachers are less likely to notice while playing over Zoom, Whereby, Google Meetings, etc. STUDENTS, take the initiative to pay close attention to what your fingers are doing, and see if we can optimize a few things even while we can't be in the same room together.

    Remember that when I discuss your fingers, I'm using FLUTIST FINGER NOMENCLATURE. So we have right hand 1, 2, 3, 4 and left hand thumb, 1, 2, 3, 4. Happy fluting!

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  • Native American flute -- How to perform the TRILL

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    Dick plays the blues, Alternator Blues, on a WindPoem F# bamboo Native American flute.

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  • Trills : tips & exercises

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    If you struggle with trills, you're at the right place! In this video, I show you how to practice trills with some special tips and basic exercises.

    I hope this video will be helpful for you.
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  • Blues Flute - Cheap Trills

    2:36

    If you listen to BB King or Sonny Boy Williamson, you realize how important the trill is to blues. Of course the flute had to have a taste of that - even though my neighbors weren't trilled about it :) Happy New Year everyone.

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  • Ep. 1 - Trills - Slow Motion Monday

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    Watch me play a trill in slow motion!

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  • How to play a scale on ALTO FLUTE with husky TRILLS - Free Jazz background Canadian content

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    Chipmunk Page loves to play her scales on her alto flute... especially with trills.

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  • Michala Petri & Lars Hannibal: Tartini Devil`s Trill Sonata 3.

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  • Slow Motion Monday ep. 11 - one handed trills

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    Awhile ago I wrote something for the advice column in the Harp Column ( about one handed trills - here's a slow motion look at how I play them.

    Some people do 1,2,1,3 or 1,4,3,2 etc.

    For me I find 1,2,1,2 easiest and most effective. Was interesting to see the delay in the placement of my thumb on the slow motion shots. Hope it's useful/interesting!

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  • FluteLab - e4 quarter-trill reply to DerSibbe

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    Low C key for E4 quarter-tone trill does not work very well. Here is my preferred fingering, which also works for E5 quarter trill

    Let me know if you have more questions!

  • Ervin Monroe, The Flutists Life: 1. Cadenzas with trills, Alice Lenaghan, flute

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    The Flutist's Life for Flute Alone
    by Ervin Monroe

    1. Cadenzas with Trills

    Performed by Alice Lenaghan, flute

    Recording from the CD Doppler Effect by Duo Viva
    Published by Little Piper, 2006
    Little-Piper.com
    Sound Engineer: Terry Herald

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