Periodization Theory and Peak Performance Exemplified Through Extended Techniques
XI. Literature Recommendations by Subject
a. Resources for Modern Flute Music and Extended Techniques Andraud (Ed.). (1941). The modern ﬂutist. San Antonio, TX: Southern Music. Artaud, P. Y. (1991). Die Flöte. Frankfurt am Main: Musikverlag Zimmerman. Barta, A. G. (1998). Sources of information on woodwind multiphonics: An annotated bibliography. Perspectives of New Music, 26(1), 246-256. Bledsoe, H. (n.d.). Helen Bledsoe, Flutist. Retrieved April 16, 2008, from http://www. helenbledsoe.com/ Borkowski, J. (2010, December). Integrating extended techniques into all levels of repertoire. Flute Talk, 8-10. Borkowski, J. (2011). Fit to play: The ﬁtness effect on physically challenging ﬂute repertoire. Medical Problems of Performing Artists, 26(1), 63-64. Borkowski, J. A. (2008). From simple to complex: Extended techniques in ﬂute literature; Incentive to integrate cognitive and kinesthetic awareness in university programs (Un- published doctoral dissertation). Universität für Musik und darstellende Kunst, Graz. Botros, A. (n.d.). The virtual ﬂute - Flute ﬁngerings, alternate ﬁngerings and multiphonic ﬁngerings. Retrieved June 27, 2013, from http://www.phys.unsw.edu.au/music/ ﬂute/virtual/main.html Dick, R. (1986). Tone development through extended techniques. New York, NY: Multiple Breath Music. Dick, R. (1987). Circular breathing for the ﬂutist. New York, NY: Multiple Breath Music. Dick, R. (1987). Flying lessons (Vol. 1). St. Louis, MO: MMB Publishing. Dick, R. (1989). The other ﬂute: A performance manual of contemporary techniques. St. Louis, MO: MMB Music. Dick, R. (n.d.). Robert Dick - Modern Flutist. Retrieved June 27, 2013, from http://www. robertdick.net/ Fonville, J. (1991). Ben Johnston’s extended just intonation: A guide for interpreters. Perspectives of New Music,...
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