Starting Out-First Pieces for New Flautists
Edited by John Kember
For Flute and Piano
Short, tuneful pieces to help new flute players of all ages gradually widen their range of notes and rhythmic patterns. Opportunities are given to play with a piano accompaniment or with other flute players.
Although these pieces are broadly progressnve in range of notes and rhythmic figures used, they are intended as a source of material from which the teacher can select to suit the needs of individual pupils rather than needing to work from cover to cover.
All are offered with simple piano accompaniments and all can be played as solos, though most give an alternative or adchtional parts which can be played either instead of the accompaniment, or to make small ensemble pieces with other players. In some cases the top line of the piano part is suitable.
Mix and Match
Wild West Blues