“A sure-fire winner!”
Here are 6 really funky flute trios with which to entice your students. The pieces are jazzy with some syncoptated rhythms but usually at least two parts play the same pattern together. Straightforward keys are used throughout with A major the most complex and the note range is up to top E. Top note reading is therefore stretched for flute 1. The CD is of a good standard and has perfomance, accompaniment only and a track minus each of the three parts. You can even use this book for 1 or 2 players so it won't be a disaster if someone fails to turn up for the session, but it is also suitable for larger groups. All round good value and a sure-fire winner!
From the Publisher
After the great success of Fun for Flutes the follow up is here: More Fun for Flutes. Just like Fun for Flutes this book is ideal for anyone who plays the flute in an ensemble or takes flute lessons. The six appealing, modern pieces are perfect for the flute and can be used very flexibly. They are suitable for everyone who has been learning the flute for two to two and a half years.On the CD you will find several versions of each piece: first you will hear a complete recording to give you an impression of the possible end result. Then follows a version without the first flute, a version without the second flute, another without the third flute, and finally a version with onlythe swinging accompaniment. Of course, this last version is the most fun, since it allows three (or more) flautists to play together!
Difficulty level, roughly compared to ABRSM exam grades. 0 is beginner, 9 is advanced (beyond grade 8).
- Buenos Dias Muchachas!
- Country Tears
- Rockin' Flutes
- Shuffle Salad
- Oh Man, You've Got The Blues
- Fascinating Bossa
- Part 1: Flute
- Part 2: Flute
- Part 3: Flute
Publisher: De Haske Publications
Publisher's reference: DHP1074311-400
Our Stock Code: 921398
Media Type: Paperback; includes accompaniment CD