Single tonguing is the primary method of articulation for flute playing. It’s a great technique to learn as a beginner. That way, you don’t have to rely on your air to separate notes on the flute.
- A video lesson that you can watch as much as you need
- A PDF with exercises to test your skills
- The opportunity to request playing feedback
Hi there! I’m Hannah, and I’m a flutist, teacher, and arranger. Learning to use the tongue isn’t easy, but it’s important.
That’s why I decided to create this lesson. You don’t have to struggle with this aspect of playing the flute.
Who is this lesson for?
This lesson is for beginner flute players who need to learn how to separate notes using the tongue. To make the best use of the exercises, you’ll want to learn the seven notes of the C major scale as well as accidentals.
If you’re looking for something even more advanced, Flute Files has sheet music for you.
Do you offer refunds?
I’m unable to offer refunds on pre-recorded flute lessons and other downloads. But I want to make sure you’re satisfied. Let me know if you have any questions or concerns!
How will I access the content?
Look in your inbox for an email. The message will contain an attached PDF with the exercises and links to the video lesson and feedback request form. You can download the PDF and access it on any device or print it out.
How does feedback work?
From the date of purchase, you have one week to record yourself playing the exercises from the lesson. Submit the recording via the linked form, and I’ll respond with feedback within a week of your submission.
How do I purchase the lesson?