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How to use your hands to make the bird call sound.
The first section of this tutorial will show you how to correctly arrange your hands to get the proper sound.
(I don't think that this should matter whether you're left or right handed, but if you are left handed and this feels unconfortable, please do the opposite hands ...
Now take your right hand and, pivoting on the left edge where your hands are touching, move it down onto the left hand. You should not need to ...
Take the fingertips on both hands and curl them around the other hand. The thumb of the right hand will be lower down then the thumb of the ...
The following steps teach you how to blow properly so that the hands will create the proper sound.
Pucker your lips and hold your hands in front of them. Inhale.To inhale properly, try the following:Though to play most instruments you breath from your chest, you will ...
Now, bring your hands to your lips. You should not have your lips over the space, but over the knuckles (see picture).HOW TO PROPERLY EXHALE TO GET THE ...
To achieve the bird call sound, while blowing, move the fingers AND ONLY THE FINGERS of the right hand slightly (it may help to only move the fingertips).
There is another, more advanced way to use the bird call technique as well. You may have noticed that by moving the palms of the hands (while in ...
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