The notes C, D, and E (and Eb) can be hard to play in succession. In this Flexible Flute Lesson, you’ll learn how to play each note alone. You’ll also learn how to hold the flute to make switching between C and D easier.
- Link to a video lesson explaining the concept
- A downloadable and printable PDF with exercises
- The ability to request feedback on your playing
Hi there! I’m Hannah, and I’m a flutist, arranger, and online educator. I’ve taught in various non-traditional methods.
A lot of students struggle with C, D, and E. But I’m here to help you learn how to go between those notes without the risk of dropping the flute.
Who is this lesson for?
This lesson is for beginners who have gone through a few of the earlier Flexible Flute Lessons. You’ll want to know some of the other notes, such as B, A, and G. But most beginners can work through this lesson.
If you’re more advanced, you can find practice guides and sheet music in the Flute Files Shop.
Do you offer refunds?
I can’t offer refunds on digital downloads. If you’re unhappy with your purchase, contact me, and I’ll do what I can to help you.
How will I access the content?
After you buy this lesson, you’ll get an email with a PDF. The PDF contains the coordinating exercises and links to the video lesson and feedback request form.
How does feedback work?
You’ll have one week from the date of purchase to submit a recording for feedback. You can record yourself playing one or more of the exercises to get custom advice from me.
How do I purchase the lesson?