Playing high E on the flute can be very tricky due to the nature of the instrument. As you start to learn the octave, consider the standard fingering and how to get a good tone on this note.
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- A PDF with unique exercises based on the lesson
- The opportunity to request performance feedback
Hi there! I’m Hannah, and I’m a flutist and educator. Like any other student, I struggled with the high E.
But with the right tips and a bit of practice, the note got easier for me. I want to make the note feel as effortless for you.
Who is this lesson for?
This lesson is for beginner to intermediate players. You should know how to play the first and second octaves of the flute. Make sure you get a consistent sound out of the flute before starting this lesson.
If you’re looking for something even more advanced, head to Flute Files.
Do you offer refunds?
Sadly, I can’t offer refunds on digital downloads, including Flexible Flute Lessons. If you have any questions or concerns, contact me, and I’ll do what I can to make it right!
How will I access the content?
Upon a successful purchase, you’ll receive an email in your inbox. There, you’ll find an attachment that contains the original exercises and a link to the video lesson and feedback request form.
How does feedback work?
Every time you buy a Flexible Flute Lesson, you have one week to submit a recording of yourself playing the given exercises. From the time of submission, I’ll take up to a week to respond with feedback and advice.
How do I purchase the lesson?