Links and music fluteworthy would like to share.
Flute Websites and Blogs
A blog is a web log or diary. Some flute players/teachers are very generous with their knowledge and share their thoughts and advice in their blogs. They can also keep you up to date with flute events. Sign up and the blog entries will be emailed to you.
Music in the Public Domain. When a composer has been dead for more than 75 years, his/her music goes into the Public Domain. This means it is out of copyright and anyone can re-publish, print or distribute copies of the piece. Click here for a list of great websites for music in the public domain that fluteworthy have found. The only difficulty is wading your way through all the music that is available!
Youtube explained for the novice + links to some great flute videos.
Technical Books. Approaches to technique beyond AMEB scales.
Favourite Repertoire. Some relatively unknown but lovely pieces for the flute teaching studio.
Theory and Ear Training. Great websites to send students to so they can work on theory, aural, general knowledge and even sight-reading.