#Stay at home Hi, Welcome Concerning the warm up I use to do I tend to associate my exercises to what is done with the human voice that is what we call “vocalizes” because it works the flexibility, the homogeneity of the resonances, the fluency of the air and the maintenance of the timbral color Essentially, all things that are also worked with the human voice and the flute is an instrument that is very close to the phenomenon of the timbral vocal construction here are similarities regarding the respiratory system and and resonances. there are similarities regarding the respiratory system and the use of facial This whole relaxing process, laryngeal and pharyngeal participates into the sound construction Most of all, it stimulates the low part of the flute timbral construction of the flute sound the first harmonic, which is fundamental to bass sounds It is based on this assumption an effective sound construction based on a good resonance and on a natural and clear fluency of the air that I propose we do this vocalize that I usually use for myself also with my students We offen do these vocalizes that I will propose you It goes up chromatically — I will exemplify three or four tones than, it follows up until the third octave. It starts on G. It follows up and then the arrive to the third octave we go back to the first note of vocalise and we will do a small variation in this main cell. We will do it this way so we can extend it and make it a little more complex. etc….A third variation… We can still do it differently… another variation… These are all vocalize ideas, each one more complex than the previous one, and you can do those at the same day or two vocalizes each day evolve in the type of vocalise you should always start with the most simple vocalize and then you evolve to a more complex one with a more open flexibility and distant intervals.