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J. J. Quantz's 'On Playing the Flute'

J. J. Quantz's On Playing the Flute is one of the most important works in the history of flute...
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A Cross Cultural Musical Adventure

After many years of orchestral playing in the Hallė in Manchester, a period as a mature...
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The benefits of learning flute or recorder

Learning flute or recorder has many more benefits than meets the eye. I recommend younger...
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Tips for Efficient Practice

Practice makes perfect! Or does it? During my time at music college, I spent much of my time...

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  • Playing The Flute With Others

    Octavia Lamb Flute Teacher (North West London) Picture From the very beginning, I think it's so important to remind people that learning an instrument is about so much more than your individual lessons. One of the most rewarding things about playing an instrument is being able to play with other people, a duet with a friend, putting your pieces...
  • The Legacy Of The Flautist, Marcel Moyse

    Jack Welch Flute Teacher (South East London) Picture Marcel Joseph Moyse was born on May 17th, 1889 in St.Amour, France. The son of Christine Josephine Moyse and a Notary student named Bernod who weren't married and had arranged between them for Marcel to be born discreetly and left in an orphanage. However seven days after his birth on the 25th...
  • When To Stop Practising The Flute

    Ffion Evans Flute Teacher (Cardiff) Picture The word 'practice' is horrible. It's quite possibly the least fun word out there! Growing up, my flute teacher would tear her hair out with me, she would say 'I can tell that you've been playing, there's no doubt about that.. but you certainty haven't been practising have you?' She was...

 

  • The Art Of Practising The Flute

    Rachel Smith Flute Teacher (Twickenham) Picture Practising is a special time with your instrument. Treat it with respect and aim to enjoy it as this is part of the learning, improving and developing of your technique. Here are my tips on how to enjoy and get the most out of your practice:- Prepare well. Think about what you are about to do...
  • The secret to becoming an expert

    Flute Teacher (South East London) Picture It's not secret at all. It's 10 000 hours.  Malcolm Gladwell (author of Outliers) says it takes roughly 10 000 hours of practice to achieve mastery in a field.  It's not necessarily supernatural talent or skill that allows a person to become a professional. I believe it is more an incredible...
  • Practice Makes Perfect With The Flute?

    Robert A Looman Flute Teacher (Manchester) Picture All musicians, regardless of ability, will find passages of music that require focused practise. It is important to isolate these segments and work on them both in and out of context, rather than just playing through pieces of music from top to bottom.People find some techniques help them more...