As a flute player and educator, I know about a lot of method books. But today, I want to share my Flute 101 review with you. That way, you can decide if it’s the right book to use in your flute studies.
The book isn’t for everyone, but it does have some unique features. Its structure is also a bit different from other method books. So keep on reading to learn more from an update on the first time I wrote about Flute 101.
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Playing arrangements…that’s ridiculous. But does it have to be? If you only stick to original works, you can limit yourself and your music.
So consider how arrangements can add to your repertoire. Then, you can choose pieces you want to play and share with an audience. Soon enough, you’ll be able to get better at your instrument and learn fun pieces.
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A while back, I wrote about some necessities for my flute bag. While that list hasn’t changed too much, there are some differences. So I thought I would do an update to help you figure out what to keep in your bag.
Whether you’re a beginner, intermediate, or professional, you should have a few things on hand. That way, you can enjoy playing the flute and keep your instrument in good condition.
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If you want to use an iPad for sheet music, you need to choose the best sheet music reader. That way, you won’t have to struggle to turn pages or annotate your files.
Before you choose the first app you find, consider if it’s the right choice for you. And don’t be afraid to use a few different apps for various parts of your music practice routine.
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I’ve used Symphony Pro 6 to compose sheet music that people have downloaded. And I’ve used it for a music theory assignment. Whether your a professional or student, you should consider the app.
It’s not too expensive, so you don’t need a huge budget. But you can still complete plenty of different musical composition projects.
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