Contents include Gavotte J.S Bach Bourr e Handel Little Dance Haydn Ah Vous dirai je maman Mozart Scotch Dance Beethoven Moment Musical Schubert The Reaper s Song Schumann and ....
|Title||:||40 Little Pieces in Progressive Order (Louis Moyse Flute Collection)|
|Publisher||:||G Schirmer Inc November 1, 1986|
|Number of Pages||:||49 pages|
|File Size||:||660 KB|
|Status||:||Available For Download|
|Last checked||:||21 Minutes ago!|
40 Little Pieces in Progressive Order (Louis Moyse Flute Collection) Reviews
This is a good book with pieces presented easy to less easy (none of them are really difficult). It would be good for a beginner wanting to progress to intermediate level. The most difficult piece in it is Serenade by Haydn (or Hoffstetter, depending on who you believe), which I played for a music competition while still in high school band. I bought this book because I had not played in many years and wanted to get back into it. For that purpose, it was fine. It would be a good companion to Flute for Dummies. Appropriate for someone just learning or re-learning after a long layoff. But this is not a book for someone who has been playing for a few years; too elementary.
The cover is beautiful. The pieces are easy to read. I have the best of both worlds because I can practice my flute playing as well as my piano playing. The flute notation is written above the piano notation. I'm going to have a lot of fun with this book. The first piece is very easy and the pieces progress from there. It includes the following composers: Bach, Handel, Haydn, Mozart, Beethoven, Schubert, and Schumann. I can't wait to get started. I intend to get a really good workout with this book. I'm excited!
Starts with VERY easy pieces and progresses to more and more difficult pieces. If you use Smart Music, this book is included in their library, so you can play along with it as well as playing the accompaniment.
Very good book. Starts off easy and very slowly goes from beginner to early intermediate levels
My daughter loves it! She's in her 20s and taking flute lessons. Practices a lot.
I love using this book for kids in their first 3-4 years of playing the flute.
This book includes piano accompaniment which is great for lessons. My daughters flute teacher recommended and it has been a nice addition to her playing.