Flüt Eğitiminde Diyafram Nefesi Öğretimi ve Doğru Nefes Kullanımı ile Diyaframdan Üfleme Çalışmaları
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Proper knowledge and application of breathing from the diaphragm with correct exhalation methods are important for flute playing as it is vital for other wind instruments. This study is aimed to show different application results, relevant research and examples of exhalation methods to guide the wind instrument artists by explaining the importance of the proper use of breath and diaphragm. This study may also be used as a source of study for other academical surveys as a guide. Handling the instrument and the body adjustment according to the handling before playing is as important as playing the instrument itself. Best playing experience is gained by achieving the body comfort while handling the instrument. From this point of view, performance is maximized while performing (concert, recital, orchestral work etc.) if the body position is adjusted according to the instrument before playing and giving the artist controlled and comfortable experience over the instrument. Regular practice is required for this body position to become a habit. As a result of these practices; coordinated body positioning, instrument handling and maximized performance manifest themselves as player’s natural reflexes. The individual which starts to play the flute, develops a habit and technique of diaphragm usage. Proper breathing application can be achieved by training the diaphragm itself with the exercises like inhaling, holding and exhaling the breath combined with body positioning and handling the instrument. These exercises are important and have a big impact on artist’s performance. Achieving the harmonized usage of proper body positioning and diaphragm breathing techniques increases the performer’s tone, intonation, and body comfort while playing. This study could be considered as a contributive work with its subject to other academical surveys, flute players and also flute students.