ContentsContents: Introduction; François Devienne (1759-1803); Predecessors to Devienne’s flute method; Devienne’s flute method - the Imbault editions; Commentary on the present edition by Thomas Boehm; Later history of Devienne’s flute method; Catalogue of later editions; Endnotes; Devienne’s New Theoretical and Practical Method for the Flute in translation; The method; Preliminary discourse; Natural scale. Scale with sharps and flats; Table of al the trills; Article 1. Putting the flute together; Article 2. Holding the flute and placing it on the mouth; Article 3. Tone; Article 4. Tonguing in general; Article 5. Examples of different articulations wich certain passages require and which are often forgotten in copying or engraving; Article6. Concerning the articulation of three notes in the place of two [i.e. triplets] in quadruple metre, 3/4 and 6/8, etc., etc, etc.Article 7. Examples of different articulations that certain triplet passages require; Article 8. Turns; Article 9. Trills; Article 10. Trilles or little trills; Article 11. Appoggiaturas or little notes of expression or taste; Synocopations; Summary or Précis of the princiles of music; First lessons on laving the scale; Rests and silences; Twenty little airs; Eighteen Duos; [Six progressive sonatas]; Preludes in keys that are not found in the composition of three sonatas; Index; Devienne’s Nouvelle Méthode Théorique et Pratique pour la Flute; Facsimile reprint of the original French edition.
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