Fujara & Koncovka Overtone Flutes: Week 2

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Fujara & Koncovka Overtone Flutes: Week 2

Beginner and intermediate students can learn together on the fujara and koncovka overtone flutes.

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Period Two
10:30 am
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Beginner and intermediate students will learn together. If you wanted to take the class in the past, but couldn’t due to the distance to Maryland, USA, this is a unique opportunity to finally take the class from the comfort of your home anywhere in the world.

NOTE: If you don’t have either instrument, you can buy one online (contact the instructor for assistance in choosing the right instrument for you).


How many melodic music instruments can you enjoy to play only minutes after you had them in your hands for the very first time, and hear the beautiful tones that YOU are controlling? You can do that without any fingering, just by blowing into the overtone flute at different intensities, and hear 8 different tones of the overtone scale, (used a lot in music, for example Taps is played this way).

No wonder, why overtone flutes (fujara and koncovka) are becoming popular world-wide: They are easy to play and have a magical voice! Join us online - no music experience is necessary. It’s time to start to play the fujara or koncovka you already have at home, no matter where in the world you live. Learn to play intuitively by ear from day one, using tones of the overtone scale without any fingering, then add more tones, effects and improvisation with “blue” tones. The short koncovka has no side holes while the long fujara has only 3 side holes, but both use the same overtone scale, so you can learn to play both or concentrate on one.  On either instrument, after couple of days, you can play Amazing Grace just by opening a single hole!


Both instruments have the diatonic scale (do-re-mi-fa-sol-la-ti-do) in a two-octave range, can play any kind of music, and are perfect for improvisation. Advance your skills by extending your range, adding effects, learning to play in more major and minor keys, increasing your repertoire in traditional and current music, and more improvisation.  

Let’s play!


Something For Everyone

Schedule a week or two, or three! Or, just sprinkle some classes in between other commitments.

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