• Spielman, Helen – A Flute in My Refrigerator

    Written from the heart, A Flute in My Refrigerator: Celebrating a Life in Music illuminates one woman’s deeply personal experience as a musician. The stories, correspondence, and interviews abound with treasures uncovered when love and passion guide a life. The narrative is rich with the joy, struggle, and fullness of her journey as a music teacher, adult learner, performer, and seeker of growth through music.

    Author Helen Spielman did not seek a life in music, but found herself taking four teenagers on a flute trip to London, observing Sir James Galway record a CD at Abbey Roads Studios, and concertizing in a prison. Through her beautiful, touching, and sometimes hilarious tales, readers will discover deeper layers of humanity within themselves.

    $19.95
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  • Assimakopoulos, Nina – The Virtuosic Flutist

    The Virtuosic Flutist: Brilliant Steps for the Next Step and Beyond is the first in a series of flute method books by internationally acclaimed flutist and pedagogue Nina Assimakopoulos. The series offers a concise and engaging approach to developing technique and musical artistry for all levels of flutists, from the beginner through the most advanced.

    Book One features pedagogical information and methods that develop important aspects of breathing and tone production with focus given to intonation, tone color, grounding, and vibrato. Preliminary exercises are followed by repertoire studies that contain excerpts from the most renowned lyrical passages in flute literature. These studies make use of a “triangle note” focal-point system unique to this series. Triangles placed under important structural pitches allow the flutist to explore focal points that are customized to the needs and goals of each performer.

    This method book is a must-have resource for flutists and teachers. It is sure to contribute to many hours of fun and inspiring practice!

    $40.00
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  • Body Mapping for Flutists by Lea Pearson

    Flutists all over suffer from sore backs, neck aches, hand problems and inadequate breathing.

    Now there is a book that can help determine the causes of these problems and offer practical, easy-to-understand solutions.

    Body Mapping for Flutists: What Every Flute Teacher Needs to Know About the Body contains information about the body that can help you prevent pain and injury and enhance performance.

    Ensuring that your map of your body is accurate and adequate is one of the most efficient and effective tools you have to improve and enhance your ability to play, perform, and teach an instrument.

    This handbook is designed to help you and your students discover that process.

    In Body Mapping for Flutists: What Every Flute Teacher Needs to Know About the Body, you will learn:

    -Balance in standing and sitting
    -How to use arms to prevent injury
    -Free and supported breathing
    -Accurate anatomical information on how the body works
    -How to train the kinesthetic sense
    -The importance of movement for musicians
    -Practical exercises for students and teachers

    $28.95
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  • Edmund-Davies, Paul – The 28 Day Warm Up Book

    For all flutists… eventually! This book covers four key areas of study: Sonority, Fingers, Articulation, and Intervals. It tackles these issues in a logical, musical, and interesting way, and can be used to ‘tone’ everything up or as part of a dedicated regime. Musicians who follow this four-week course from start to finish will notice a very positive improvement in their overall ability, agility, accuracy, security and control.

    $59.95
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  • Sprankel, Shane T. – Mermaids: an Aquatic Portrait

    For flute choir. Mermaids: an aquatic portrait is an exploration of the seas through the eyes of three different mermaids. Written for piccolo, 5 C flute parts, alto flute, bass flute, and optional contrabass flute or string bass. Grade 3. Published in 2017.

    $29.95
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  • Sellers, James-Michael – Jewel of the Sea

    Scored for Piccolo, 4 C Flutes, Alto Flute, and Bass Flute. Approximate performance time: 6 minutes. Grade: Intermediate.

    $20.00
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  • Simple Gifts by Phyllis Avidan Louke

    Simple Gifts is an arrangement of a well-known folk song used by a religious sect called the Shakers. This piece is comprised of a series of variations on this famous tune, starting with a “simple” setting, continuing to a variation with chromatic accompaniment, an “ethereal” variation, a march-like variation with a rousing piccolo counter melody, finishing with a beautiful chorale section.

    This piece may be performed either with a Flute Quartet, or with a Flute Choir. If played with only four players, the sections marked “piccolo” in the march variation (in Flute 1 & Flute 2 parts, starting at letter D) should be played on flute, since there isn’t ample time to switch instruments. When played with a Flute Choir, the Alto Flute & Bass Flute parts enhance the harmonic structure of the piece and add depth to the arrangement. The arrangement works well with either one or both of these optional voices added.

    Simple Gifts is scored for four c-flutes, opt. piccolo, alto flute and bass flute. Optional parts now available for FREE download: contrabass flute
    5:20
    Level 3 to 3+

    $18.00
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  • McMichael, Catherine – Beach Music

    For flute quartet (or flute choir). Escape from the pressure of the city to a place of peace, fresh air, and birdcalls! Scored for 2 C flutes, alto, and bass, this impressionistic piece offers a sigh of relief. Finalist-2006 NFA Newly Published Music.

    $23.00
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  • Treasures for Flute and Piano by Philippe Gaubert

    Compiled and edited by Amy Porter, Treasures for Flute and Piano is a collection of Philippe Gaubert’s shorter works for flute and piano. Gaubert was a multi-talented musician, a marvelous flutist as well as a composer, teacher, and master conductor. Editor Amy Porter is a distinguished Professor at The University of Michigan School of Music, Theatre & Dance, and has been praised by critics for her exceptional musical talent and her passion for scholarship. This edition represents eleven of the sixteen works from Amy Porter and Dr. Penelope Fischer’s video study guide, “The Gaubert Cycle: The Complete Works for Flute and Piano by Philippe Gaubert.”

    $29.99
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  • Telemann for Two, Volume I, Fantasias 1-6

    Arranged for two flutes by Sharon Sparrow and Jeffery Zook. What could be more delightful than playing Telemann duets, or playing the Telemann Fantasias? Sharon Sparrow and Jeffery Zook have created a remarkable set of duet adaptations of the Fantasias, sounding as if Telemann himself had composed them as two-part inventions. The original Telemann works are shared between the two players, mixed with counterpoint to enhance the authentic solo works. The result is equally suitable for formal recitals and recreational duet playing! The present publication includes two performance scores of their settings of Fantasias 1-6, with a Volume II to include Fantasias 7-12.

    $24.99
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  • Disney Moana

    Moana for Flute – Instrumental Play-Along Book/Audio Online Seven arrangements from the Disney hit movie Moana penned by Lin-Manuel Miranda are included in this collection for instrumentalists. Each book features online access to audio demonstration tracks for download or streaming to help you hear how the song should sound. Songs include: How Far I’ll Go, I Am Moana (Song of the Ancestors, Know Who You Are, Shiny, We Know the Way, Where You Are, You’re Welcome.

    $12.99
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  • Various – Women of Pop

    Women of Pop for Flute with CD Accompaniment

    $12.99
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