“This book is terribly arranged.”
“That is just poor writing and is inexcusable.”
“This is simply a case where the composer/arranger didn’t know what they were doing.”
These are all real quotes from flute players and teachers. And it’s unfortunately all too common for flute music to be confusing for players, teachers, and composers.
That’s where The Ultimate Flute Notation Guide comes in.
This guide has been in the works for years and is finally ready.
As a flute player, I’ve come across some horrendous flute parts. Those parts make it harder than necessary for players to learn and improve.
You can find tons of music theory books. But a lot of them are aimed at the piano.
Consider this guide the flute version of all of those books.
What would it feel like to:
- Sight-read a piece of music with confidence?
- Teach flute music to your students knowing it will be easy to read?
- Write flute parts you know players will love?
The Ultimate Flute Notation Guide is here!
I know what it’s like to:
- Get a piece of music with confusing symbols.
- Play music that was obviously written by someone who doesn’t understand the flute.
- Buy a piece of music only to find the parts don’t make sense.
And I also know what it’s like to:
- Pick up my flute, excited to play and learn something new.
- Choose music for students that they’ll love.
- Write music for the flute that will be fun to play.
Now, it’s your turn.
The Ultimate Flute Notation Guide covers everything you need to know to read and write good flute music.
You shouldn’t have to waste your money on music books that aren’t well written or fun. And you shouldn’t have to deal with music that’s difficult to read.
- A PDF eBook with written commentary and images
- Information compiled by a flutist, arranger, and educator
- Lifetime access for easy reference
Who am I?
Hi there! I’m Hannah, and I’ve been a flute player for over a decade and a musician for almost twice as long.
I’ve seen my fair share of horrendous flute parts, from the layout to the print quality and more.
And as a former piano player, I’ve also encountered multiple music theory for piano books. None for flute.
So I decided to solve both problems and help players and composers with this guide.
Music Should Be Fun!
Playing music should be fun. And for that, we need access to good-quality writing. Students should understand what music looks like and how that translates to what we play on the flute.
If you’re looking to learn how music works on the flute, this guide is for you.
What does the guide include?
The guide has over a dozen pages of written commentary on musical notation for the flute. Along with the commentary are images to help you understand what certain concepts look like in practice.
Who is the guide right for?
This guide is right for flute students who want to learn a bit extra about music theory. It’s also perfect for flute teachers who need help explaining music theory concepts to their students.
Finally, composers looking to write for the flute will enjoy this guide. It covers what you need to know to write flute parts that look and sound great.
Will I ever lose access to the guide?
You’ll get lifetime access to the guide upon purchase. Be sure to check your email for the file. And if you ever lose the file on your device, email me from your purchase email to receive a new copy.
Can I get a refund?
Due to the digital nature of the file, I’m unable to offer refunds. However, please let me know if something goes wrong. I’ll do what I can to help!