Some Tips For A Flute Doubler From Kieth Underwood

I recently discovered a great video that every sax player who is learning to play flute as a doubler should see. This is an interview of Kieth Underwood by Ed Joffe of “Joffe Woodwinds” on learning to play flute as a doubling from sax and clarinet. Most significant in this video is a discussion of … Read more

Uriel Vega

Uriel Vega is a Christian worship artist out of San Diego, California. He plays with a beautiful sound. Check out this one-hour medley of worship sounds from Uriel here. Uriel is a well-established musician with his own website. I particularly enjoy his version of “Days of Elijah,” below. I’ve included it in my “worship standards” pages for … Read more

Caleb Castro

Caleb Castro has just barely started working on his YouTube channel. It looks like he only started last year, and as of this date, he only has about 32 subscribers. I’m hoping to change all that. Listen to the sweet sounds he gets out of his soprano sax on an old favourite! I also linked to … Read more

Asa Bangkulu

Asa Bangkulu has a great channel over at Soundcloud. He’s got a great sound and a great playlist. Check him out. And if you do, let him know you found him here. Thanks.Asa Bengkulu · sax worship

Alexandre Malaquais

I’m not quite sure I can even remember how I stumbled across this gentleman. He’s portugese-speaking, from Brazil. But I heard this song once and I was hooked. He was a guest performer on this song with Paulo Cesar Baruk, another Brazilian Christian artist. Watch this video of Alexandre here. Sense his passion for the Lord … Read more

Developing Your Flute Embouchure

For some of my teenage years, I was the solo clarinetist with the “International Youth Symphony,” which was, at the time, an orchestra made up of members from lower southeast Michigan and southwest Ontario. As a clarinetist, I never had to worry much about how my embouchure needed to change to get different notes on … Read more

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