31 Module Flute Lesson

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Module BOX 31 Flute Lesson





Total Time: 37 Minutes 45 Seconds

Are you ready to really get revving now?

I hope so.  This exciting piece by G. F. Handel will take you to new heights!



[headline style=”1″ font_size=”24″ font_font=”Arial” font_style=”bold” align=”center” headline_tag=”h2″]1. River Otters! 5:04

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[headline style=”1″ font_size=”24″ font_font=”Arial” font_style=”bold” align=”center” headline_tag=”h2″]2. Fast Tonguing 4:22

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[headline style=”1″ font_size=”24″ font_font=”Arial” font_style=”bold” align=”center” headline_tag=”h2″]3. Bourree: Begin Section A 5:06

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[headline style=”1″ font_size=”24″ font_font=”Arial” font_style=”bold” align=”center” headline_tag=”h2″]4. Bourree: Circles Section A 10:08

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[headline style=”1″ font_size=”24″ font_font=”Arial” font_style=”bold” align=”center” headline_tag=”h2″]5. Bourree: Read Section A 13:05

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Check Boxes When Complete

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Remember to take notes and practice often.  Make it part of your routine and you’ll feel so good about your efforts.

*Listen to the performance mp3 in module 32 over and over and over and over again.  You’ll catch on quick.  🙂

Rebecca Fuller 
31 Module Flute Lesson
  31 Module Flute Lesson

Have any questions? Comment below and I will help you out.

Rebecca FullerRebecca Fuller
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25 thoughts on “31 Module Flute Lesson”

  1. RebeccaFuller

    Hey Sarah- I’m so glad you’re doing well with Bourree! It’s the first big ‘trick’ to learn to play with those fast circles especially. Good job. Keep it up. 🙂 ~Rebecca

  2. I am having a lot of fun with Bourree and
    have been practicing it.
    Thanks for your help.

  3. You’re right! The music from yester-year is amazing. So much to explore and learn from. ~Rebecca

  4. Arlene Reinford

    Bourree is a BEAUTIFUL song at least as far as I have gotten; I can’t wait to learn the rest! Classical Music is my favorite style. Before I started lessons with you one of my friends said that she played Tchaikovsky’s winter and I thought that it was practically impossible but now that I’m this far it seams like a reality!

  5. Hi Sarah, I’m a little confused here… remember that the D notes has 3 distinctly different fingerings. The first octave (low) has the first finger DOWN. The second octave (middle) has the first finger UP. The high D (3rd octave) has a whole different fingering. Be careful that you understand this. Feel free to go back a few modules to get good at these skills. They are super-duper important. Glad you asked!! 🙂 🙂 🙂

  6. Hi, Rebecca. I have a question. This isn’t really related to the modules up here, but you have said before that we are supposed to play the note D with the first finger and the pinky finger up, but when I tried to play a low D, I noticed that the note did not come out clear, it came out all windy and strange. Any advice?

  7. Thanks, Rebecca, your the best!

    Delightful is the best word to describe you.

    You are lovely and classy more like a professional, thoughtful, and so sweet. That’s who you are.

    Thank you for teaching me hard work and discipline when it would have been easier to do otherwise.

    Thank you for all you do:)

  8. Wow, this is cool, Jim. I’m glad you used the practice tempo first. Nice finger work. Keep this one in your repertoire and you’ll find it get more and more fun!

  9. I really like playing with accompaniment. I have been picking up the tempo lately and so to go back to this practice tempo was a challenge. I see by watching this that I really need to work on the flute droop. Is that a new term? Anyway here is Bourree at the practice tempo:

  10. Ahhhh the little pinky key. Sometimes he/she has a mind of his/her own, right? Yes, the suggestion I have is to go back to the verrrrrry beginning of the modules and “re-learn” how to play with your pinky “on”. This may sound time-consuming, but I think you’ll find you get it straightened around in just a week or even less. It’ll actually make your progress faster for the rest of ffffforever. 🙂

  11. Hey Rebecca,
    I am having a lot of trouble keeping my right pinkie on that key. Any suggestions???

  12. Kirk, I actually really like Ian Anderson’s playing. He does some really fun stuff, doesn’t he?

  13. Now that’s funny! I love this module, have you heard Ian Anderson’s version from “Jethro Tull”. He puts quite the spin to this piece!!! I just love his flutter tongue and craziness.

  14. Hey Kirk – fun, fun idea. I’ve been trying to figure out what to call the next levels. Stainless is funny – reminds me of a nice kitchen sink. 😉

  15. Platinum should be considered “Advanced Level”!! Just my two cents worth, perhaps “Titanium” for strength and toughness, or “Stainless”?? Thanks…

  16. Yes, Yes, They’re coming. The Gold Level transitions into an Intermediate Course. Should I title it “Platinum”??? Anyone care to vote?

  17. Hello there! When I click on the finger chart it comes up as the pdf for module 30 draw in the 4/4. Thanks 🙂

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