Do you want to learn more Baroque flute music? You should consider some standard parts of the repertoire.
There are more Baroque pieces than you may expect. Fortunately, that means you can learn music that you enjoy.
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Have you wondered what historical performance practice is? Do you ever wonder if it’s necessary for musicians?
It can seem like a waste, but there are plenty of benefits to following performance practice. Read on to learn more!
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If you’re a musician, you know the struggle of finding good sheet music. And if you don’t have the biggest budget, you know how nice it is when you find good free sheet music.
Before you resort to dropping a ton of money on music, consider your options. You won’t always find what you need for free. But you can try a few things out to save money on sheet music.
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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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