Falsetto Flautando, also know as Harmonic-Specific Flautando, is technique that involves the careful placement of the bow on a node point as it relates to a fingered pitch, then drawn without weight. When correctly achieved, the result will produce a harmonic plus a small amount of fundamental pitch.
Various partials of the relevant series can be activated though it is most effective if the octave (2nd partial) is used, which produces a pitch an octave higher. Other pitches correspond to the harmonic series.
The technique works best with a legato articulation and is easiest to perform when used in scalic passages.
Dynamic Range: pp-f
Special Notes: Difficult over wide intervals. The accuracy of reproducing the higher partials of the harmonic series diminishes as they ascend and become more like Timbiral Multiphonics.
Alternative Partials (harmonic series from fingered A on G string)