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Module BONUS 40






Total Time: 22 Minutes 5 Seconds


Ok.  I know I call these modules Bonuses, but they are all still an awesome continuation of your learning process.

So,… here we go!  More new stuff.



[headline style=”1″ font_size=”24″ font_font=”Arial” font_style=”bold” align=”center” headline_tag=”h2″]Bonus 1. Dynamic Intro Tone 13:00

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[headline style=”1″ font_size=”24″ font_font=”Arial” font_style=”bold” align=”center” headline_tag=”h2″]Bonus 2. Piano Forte for Aunt Rhody 9:05

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Rebecca Fuller


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35 thoughts on “BONUS 8 Module 40”

  1. Hi Monica, I love your metronome. It’s nice and loud. You’ve stayed on perfectly here. Good job. ~Rebecca

  2. Hey Anne-Marie, I most definitely could hear your dynamics (especially in the middle). Good job! The trick is to make sure your louds are really loud and your softs are soft-enough without being weak or flat. Thanks for showing us this week! ~Rebecca

  3. RebeccaFuller

    Medium loud is best – keep focus on nice solid tone during these sections. Great question!

  4. I and the F section see the P section of Go Tell Aunt Rhody. Are the other parts supposed to be played MF or MP or what?

  5. Sounds like you might be skipping around a bit Naphtalie. If you do the lessons in order everything is explained. No worries, it sounds like you’re doing well. I love your happy learning attitude! 🙂 Rebecca

  6. Naphtalie Munozvilla

    I really liked “Go Tell Aunt Rhody” in G and in ABBA is interesting…. um,Rebecca? What does F&P mean? Wait,Never mind. my mother just explained it to me Rebecca. heh. bye.

  7. Hi Michael, great question about dynamics. Here’s a good recipe for learning a new piece- focus on these in this order: 1. rhythm 2. notes 3. articulation 4. dynamics 5. musicality. It’s hard to do everything at once, but after you master these one at a time you put together a beautiful piece of music. 🙂

  8. Michael Crawshaw

    I understand about dynamics and do try to apply them appropriately , however. I have noticed that when playing tunes on which I am not fully secure I do tend to mess things up somewhat. Is it better to learn the piece, including dynamics, as a whole or to secure the piece first and add dynamics later?

    Additionally, I was attempting to play Bist du bei mir, a gorgeous piece which starts on a second octave D (mp semplice) whilst I can manage the notes, the dynamic eludes me and I tend to play with too much force; please advise.

  9. Peel it out just a little bit like when a child is ‘pouting’. That will bring the lip shape you’re looking for, Abdu.

  10. Hi Rebecca, thanks for the reply. Sorry, I didn’t quite catch what you meant . could you please explain me a little bit more when you say ‘ peel’ your bottom lip out . do you mean like bringing the bottom lip further to the front ? or did I get that wrong ?


  11. Wow Abdu! I could hear the difference. Good job! It’s not an easy trick at first. You can ‘peel’ your bottom lip out a little to help with that tiny hole. Bravo! Rebecca

  12. This is hard ! I agree with Amy, it is the biggest challenge for me so far as well. I cannot get the soft ” Piano” right .. I try to make my lips as round as possible but it either sounds blur and a lot air escapes or it turns out to sound like a low tone . How can you blow hard to get a high tone and at the same time not too hard to sound soft ?!

  13. RebeccaFuller

    Wow, your breath control is so great Eli! I especially like how relaxed your embouchure is. Congrats!

  14. Hey – I heard it! The dynamic was totally there. Bravo! It’s a tough thing to do on flute… I’ll show you more later on. 🙂 Rebecca LearnFluteOnline

  15. Amy Milholland

    So dynamics and tone have been the biggest challenges for me so far on the flute. When I played in the band in middle school, I played the French horn. And the way to change dynamics on the Horn was to either blow harder or softer. So this idea of making the aperture bigger or smaller to produce a bigger or smaller sound is new to me. I also am struggling to play the second octave G and A with enough sound to produce a good tone but still play piano, but I will keep working on it. I did a Google search on flute dynamics tips, and one of the things I came across was to think of blowing on hot to soup to cool it to down to play piano and think of blowing warm air on your cold hands to warm them when playing forte. I try to keep these things in mind while playing and can see some improvement, but I will keep working on my dynamics on the flute.

    Here is my attempt at Aunt Rhody with dynamics:

  16. Hi Rebecca- the PDF link for the print out of Aunt Rhody does not seem to be working. Thanks

  17. Elaine, I’m glad you’re taking all this advice and working it. That’s awesome. There were a couple of notes missing in the middle, but hey- I’m not complaining. I’m proud of you for taking the challenges seriously. Your ability will be blessed for it. 🙂

  18. I am going back and reviewing some modules. I want to start memorizing at least 1 to 2 songs per month. Here is Go tell Aunt Rhody in C ABBA…..memorized. I did not look at the music sheet. I think it is a great idea that Rebecca has. She always has great advise!

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