Media Type : Book+CD+DVDLevel : BeginningMusical Genre : All StylesSeries : First LessonsNumber of pages : 32Mel Bay´s First Lessons Flute is an easy method for beginning players of all ages. From the first tones to a full two-octave chromatic scale, this book, CD, and DVD will introduce the beginner progressively to the foundations of flute playing and musicianship. Proper assembly, playing position, and embouchure formation are carefully introduced along with simple songs and rudiments of music. Beginning players are taught a set of basic skills from which they can build performance technique. Lively rhythmic backgrounds on the accompanying CD will generate student interest from the very beginning. Practice loops will encourage students to learn through repetition. The First Lessons CD and DVD are perfect for use with group lessons and for energizing practice sessions from start to finish. Latin and jazz accompaniments make even the simplest exercises an enjoyable musical experience. - Easy method for beginning players. - Progressive, step-by-step introduction to fundamentals. - Lively play-along CD and DVD. DVD 258.13 minutes.
Preceptive Lessons for the Flute (Classic Reprint): Charles Nicholson
Flute Lessons for Kids:How to Play Flute for Kids (Free Audio Available) LearnToPlayMusic.com, Peter Gelling
Flute Lessons for Beginners:Teach Yourself How to Play Flute (Free Video Available) LearnToPlayMusic.com, Peter Gelling
The French composer and bassoonist François René Gebauer (1773-1845) and his three brothers was closely tied to the history of French military music and the beginnings of the Conservatoire de Musique. As was customary at that time, the woodwind players also had complete command over other woodwind instruments, and therefore it comes as no surprise that Gebauer wrote a flute method- perhaps for his younger brother- which was soon followed by duos as well.60 Methodical Lessons, first published in 1798, are entirely in the tradition of the French methods (Devienne, Hugot, etc.). Gebauer chose the form of duet and formulated headings for each exercise which make his idea of methodical steps clear: After elementary exercises in the beginning, the second half focusses on the development of the playing skills and an increasing understanding of music. The exercises cover a wide range from sound exercises via articulation and rhythm exercises to ornaments. A varied addition to the beginner´s repertoire.
Anyone can take the stage and stand in the spotlight! A brand new Christmas repertoire book to complement our best-selling Abracadabra tutorial books, with a selection of festive music in a jazzy big-band style. Includes a CD with specially arranged backing tracks, to add glitter and sparkle to these Christmas favourites. These are fantastic material for lessons in the lead up to Christmas and would be a showstopper for any festive concert!
A variety of lively pieces from the Balkans. For modern flute lessons that convey the fascination and fun of Balkan music. The colourful and richly diverse music of the Balkans became popular in Western Europe during the 1990s resulting in what can only be described as a Balkan boom which still endures today. This selection of arrangements provides the opportunity for flutists to become acquainted with well-known traditional songs and dances from Greece, Hungary, Macedonia, Bulgaria, Turkey, Bosnia-Herzegovina and Dalmatia. Memoires is composed by Hidan Mamudov himself. Presented in an order that reflects their increasing level of difficulty, these pieces provide new experiences for intermediate to advanced players.• A variety of lively pieces from Macedonia, Greece, Croatia, Hungary, Bosnia-Herzegovina, Bulgaria and Turkey arranged for two flutes• 10 easy to moderate arrangements for flute introducing typical regional• Introductory background information for each piece is provided• For modern flute lessons that convey the fascination and fun of Balkan music Trad. Macedonian: Biljana platno belese Trad. Greek: De se thelo pia Mamudov Hidan: Memories Trad. Croatian: Ivan Klakar Trad. Hungarian: Moja mala Trad. Bosnia-Herzegovinian: Bosanska carlama Trad. Macedonian: Pravo Trad. Macedonian: Pajdusko Trad. Bulgarian: Rachenica Trad. Turkish: Rampi Rampi