Footjoint Keys

The footjoint keys on the flute are used for some of the lowest notes on the flute and even some of the highest notes. This Flexible Flute Lesson covers how you use each key and what you need to know first.

You’ll receive:

  • Lifetime access to a video lesson
  • A PDF with exercises to reinforce the concept
  • The chance to request feedback on a recording

Your Teacher

I’m Hannah, and I’m a flutist and teacher, and I love the low notes. But playing those notes requires the footjoint.

I want to make it as easy as possible for you to learn how to get a good sound down low. So I created this lesson that you can reference when needed.

Happy fluting!

Who is this lesson for?

This lesson is for flute players who are comfortable playing within the treble clef staff. You should learn the higher notes in the first octave before attempting to play the notes on the footjoint.

If you’re looking for even more advanced lessons or sheet music, head to Flute Files.

Do you offer refunds?

I don’t offer refunds on digital downloads. However, if you have any concerns, contact me, and I’ll help you how I can.

How will I access the content?

You will get an email with a PDF. That file contains the exercises associated with the lesson as well as the link to the video and the feedback request form.

How does feedback work?

Within one week of purchase, you may submit a video or audio recording of yourself playing the exercises from the lesson. I’ll then respond with individualized advice and feedback.

How do I purchase the lesson?

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