Monthly Archives: January 2014

Alternate Paths: Klezmer!

Klezmer is traditional Jewish folk music.  In the course of one performance, it can make you laugh, cry, dance and wonder how the world came to be. These two videos are of  brilliant flutist Adrianne Greenbaum, playing both wooden and … Continue reading

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Helpful Tips: Rhythm Drills

Rhythm reading is just like any other skill – the more you practice, the better you get.  Check out these fantastic rhythm practice drills on Vic Firth’s website – with both sheet music and audio tracks, you can hear when … Continue reading

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Fun Flute Music: Ian Clarke Sunstreams

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How it’s Made: The Flute

Ever wonder how a professional flute is made?  Here’s a video!     http://www.flutestudio.com

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Stretches: Yoga for opening the shoulder and chest muscles

As flute players, we spend a lot of time putting strain on our muscles. Here is a video to help work the knots out and get your circulation flowing to your fingers again!

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Free Flute Sheet Music to Download and Print!

We’ve posted some flute duets and trios on the website; visit this link to download-play-listen to the music. http://www.flutestudio.com/studio/freeflutesheetmusic.xhtml We will be adding more, so check back often.  

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Technique Challenge: New Prizes!

We’ve got new prizes in the box!  The next student to finish a technique level gets first choice of the desktop drum set, the Timeline trivia game, slide whistles, invisible ink pens or colour-changing markers.  Can’t wait to see who … Continue reading

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