Johann Sebastian Bach: Invention in C Major
Luciano Berio: Opus Number Zoo (first movement)
Ludwig van Beethoven: Variations on "La ci darem" (selections)
Robert Schumann: Fantasy Pieces (no. 1) for Clarinet and Piano
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart: Quintet for Piano and Winds (third movement)
Gyorgy Ligeti: Bagatelles Nos. 1 & 3 for Wind Quintet and Piano
Nicholai Rimsky-Korsakov: Flight of the Bumblebee in a new transcription for wind quintet and piano!
Orli Shaham, piano
Julietta Curenton, flute
Winnie Lai, oboe
Paul Cho, clarinet
David Byrd-Marrow, French horn
Brent Foster, bassoon
You can make waves by moving the air with your breath. You can't see sound waves, but you can see waves in water. Fill a deep container (clear or white work best) with a few inches of water. Hold a straw in your mouth. Put the other end just above the surface of the water. Exhale and watch the waves. Try exhaling faster, slower, harder, more gently. It can also work in the bathtub if you are sitting very still.