Do you want to diversify your repertoire? You should consider using some J.S. Bach Partita flute tips to help with the famous work.
I learned this piece for my junior recital in college, and it was a blast. But it was also quite a challenge, and I wish I had some of these tips to help me.
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What are the best flute stands, and do you really need one? Having a stand means you can rest your flute safely when you need a break.
I’ve tried a ton of stands and have found that not all are as good as they should be. Fortunately, the stands in this list work well for flute players of all levels.
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Do you want to learn more about the western classical flute? You should consider the common and less common members of the family.
That’s right, there’s more to flutes than THE flute. Read on for a bit of info on the western classical flutes.
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Composing for flute can be overwhelming, or it may seem super easy. For better or worse, it falls somewhere in the middle.
You need to know how the flute works, even if you don’t play it. That way, you will be able to compose music that flutists look forward to playing.
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What are the best piccolo accessories? You should consider a few items to add to your piccolo or flute case.
I’ve collected these items over the years, and some are more useful than others. But they all come in handy in at least a few scenarios.
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