Do you want to learn a bit about your new alto flute? You might want to buy a copy of the Trevor Wye alto flute book.
I’ve had this book since I got my alto, and I love it. It’s not perfect, but there are some great things to help you get started.
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Do you want to explore a different part in flute choir or play some lower notes? You might want to buy a Pearl alto flute, like the PFA-201S.
It’s an affordable, durable option that can sound great. However, don’t rush to buy it without determining if it will be a good purchase for you.
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If you’re looking for your first or next alto flute, you should know what alto flute brands to look for. Then, you can find an instrument that meets your needs.
There are tons of alto flutes out there, and it can be hard to determine which is the right one for you. So read on to learn about some popular brands to get your search going.
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For awhile, many flute players learned the flute and piccolo, and that was that. But now that the alto flute is gaining popularity, more flutist have to choose the right alto flute headjoint for them.
Whether you like the sound of a straight headjoint or the comfort of the curve, it’s an important decision to make. Because unfortunately, it’s not always easy to buy another headjoint, especially for low flutes. Continue reading “Alto Flute Headjoint: Straight vs. Curved”
You just finished a super productive practice session, and you’re feeling good. So you take apart your flute and go to shut your case. Not so fast. First, you need to clean your flute.
What? Clean my flute, you say? How do I do that? Continue reading “How to Clean Your Flute: What, When, Why?”