Let’s practice no. 5 for late-beginner players

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PRACTICE RESOURCE: LATE-BEGINNER

Everything you need to practice for the month including scales, technical exercises, studies, and pieces. We have done the thinking so you can just play!

BONUS: Day-to-day practice plan so you know exactly what to practice and when to practice it AND recordings of all the studies and pieces so you know how to play it!

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Inside Let’s Practice No. 5 for late-beginner players you will find:

3 studies, 3 pieces, technical exercises, and a full day-to-day practice plan to keep you practicing all month!

PLUS…we have created a YouTube playlist with me playing all the pieces so that you know exactly how everything is supposed to sound.

Scales:

C major, A minor and arpeggios

Learning goals:

  1. Consolidating C major
  2. Mastering the C to D transition
  3. Expanding your rhythm

Contents:

Studies and pieces by Popp, Beethoven, and Schumann amongst others.

 

Confused about your level? Here is a guide to our flute levels: 

Late-beginner: You are very comfortable with the first octave on the flute. You still crack the second register B and C (just above the stave). You just started learning scales but are still very unsure about them. You are playing 4/4 time signatures and simple quarter note and 8th note rhythms.  You will learn ¾ time signature as well as dotted rhythms.

Novice resource: You are fairly comfortable up the middle register B and C (just above the stave). You are starting to play up to high D (you will learn to do this on this level); You are playing your first 3 majors with ease (C, F, and G) and will learn all your majors and minors to the first 2 sharps and flats on the Novice level. You can play 3/4 and 4/4 time signatures and dotted rhythms. You will learn to play more complex rhythms and add 16th notes to the mix at this level.

Developing resource: You are managing to play D comfortably and are starting to venture toward the E. You will learn to play the 3rd register E, Eb, F, F# and G. Your scales up to the first 2 sharps and flats are fairly comfortable but you are learning more of these scales in 2 octaves. You are very comfortable with dotted rhythms and 16th notes and at this level, we will start exploring the 6/8 time signature and triplets.

Early-intermediate: You are playing up to the 3rd register G comfortably. We will start exploring the third register G#, A, and Bb in this level. In this level, you will learn all the keys up to the first 3 sharps and flats, most of them in 2 octaves. You will also become comfortable with a 2-octave chromatic scale, along with your melodic minor scales. You will become more comfortable with the 6/8 time signature and more complex dotted rhythms and triplets.

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