Flute Lesson Gold Module 44

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Total Time: 44 Minutes 24 Seconds

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[headline style=”1″ font_size=”24″ font_font=”Arial” font_style=”bold” align=”center” headline_tag=”h2″]1. High Note Study up to E 16:36

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[headline style=”1″ font_size=”24″ font_font=”Arial” font_style=”bold” align=”center” headline_tag=”h2″]2. High Note Study up to G (video 1) 15:04

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[headline style=”1″ font_size=”24″ font_font=”Arial” font_style=”bold” align=”center” headline_tag=”h2″]3. High Note Study up to G (video 2) 12:44

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 Rebecca Fuller

Flute Lesson Gold Module 44    Flute Lesson Gold Module 44

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

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34 thoughts on “Flute Lesson Gold Module 44”

  1. Hi Carol, hmmm I just opened it and it printed great on my computer. Have you tried clicking to check the paper size on the print preview? Also if you have an option to shrink by a few percent, that can help you I’m sure. I’m sorry this has been a problem for you. I’m sure you’ll be okay writing out a couple of note names. And, I’m super glad you’re reading the music. Exciting! Good job. 🙂 ~Rebecca

  2. From reading the comments,i do not think others had the problem I did. I have tried to print out these sheets 2 times. the last measure in each of the first 2 lines does not completely print. Some notes are off the page. I can write the note names, but will not be really reading the music. Do you know what I can do? Our printer lines us for everything else.

  3. You’re right, Haley. We’re getting really really high now. haha, love it! ~Rebecca

  4. Hi Anne-Marie, I just opened the page and clicked through these PDF’s. They opened just fine for me. Can you refresh your screen and try again? (sometimes a re-start of your computer can do the trick as well)

  5. Anne-Marie Fryer

    Hi Rebecca, I am not able to open the files to print the two studies. The videos are fine and I can study from there. Great studies, thank you!

  6. Haley Reinford

    Sorry if you get confused that my name all of the sudden turned into Haley but when my mom signed on for the lessons she naturally put in her name and so she changed it yesterday.Haley:)

  7. Hey Jo! So glad you sent these videos. They’re fabulous!! I love how you made sure I could see your fingers, and the audio is good as well. It’s so nice that you’ve paid attention to correct fingerings. I smile every time I see your first finger up on second octave D. (proud moment for me since it’s something almost all self-learners miss) You can take that right thumb and roll it on it’s side- that will help your right hand get in a better natural position to where you can focus on curving your pinky a bit too. These things will enhance your ability and technique to play the faster tunes. Basically, I think you’re doing pretty great!! Keep it up. See you again soon. Please make more videos- it’s the highlight of my week. 🙂 ~Rebecca

  8. This is making me laugh, Angela. I love it. I can just picture you now… yelling at your computer because of your dry lips. haha. I’m sure you can use chapstick. I have to use it. I live in Utah- it’s really dry here. I think you’re improving too! You’re doing great!! Just go get some chapstick. 😉 ~Rebecca

  9. Thanks Rebecca. I tend to get frustrated and yell at my computer because of the damn dry lips. I do practice for hours almost every day. I try for at least an hour in the day and then later on at night. I know I wasn’t born with real talent, so it’s a lot of work, but I am determined to sound decent for myself. My husband says he hears the improvement, and I get glimpses of improvement. Thanks for all your help.

  10. Hey Angela, you’ve really been practicing hard. I love it. You’re popping those high notes out pretty good I think. If you ever find yourself having troubles on those really high ones, just let your tongue start a little farther out and then ‘pop’ it really hard. You’ll start learning how much air speed it takes to get those to work on the first try.
    You’re doing really well!

  11. Sorry, need to correct my comment above: What I meant to say, was “I really wanted to learn to play the violin, because I love the Cajun fiddle music, but it was not meant to be.”

  12. Just wanted to comment on Amy and Oliver’s comments about how our dogs respond to out flute playing. My dogs relax and sleep like babies both when I practice new Modules and play the flute. When I play the piano, they like to curl up near the sustain pedal, then as soon as I’m finished playing they jump up as if given a command. My dogs too, decided for me a few years ago, that learning to play the violin was not something they could endure . . . they would run and hide. I really wanted to learn the flute, because I love the Cajun fiddle music, but it was not meant to be. Oh, but Rebecca solved that for me when she offered the Irish style flute lessons, which is a very similar style, and I’m really enjoying playing that as my warm up music and just for fun. When one door closes, another opens!

  13. Brian, you really sound fabulous. I can tell that you are a details person. This will help you be successful in so many different ‘languages’. It is the way of the talented… carry on my friend. 🙂

  14. Thank you so much, Rebecca. I’d like to share some things…

    I spend an endless amount of time working on consistency of tone. With each new revelation, (no matter how big or small,) I stop practicing and make a note. Sometimes the notes completely contradict whatever I had written the day before. Then I do a comparison/contrast with scales, etc. I’m so particular! I refuse to accept being able to do something one day, and then loosing it the next. Lots and lots of repetition!

    You once commented that students will eventually begin to notice and understand the subtleties of air pressure, aperture shape, air direction, and more. I’m there!!!

    For over a year, I would sail through the modules–trying to keep up with the pace of your other students. I finally realized that that wasn’t working for me and that I needed more time to digest and practice current material. I feel so much better when I go on to the next module when I’m practiced and ready to–NOT because I’m trying to keep up with others.

    Every week, I switch out the flute that I’m practicing on. That produces more challenges. One flute has a High E facilitator mechanism. I could hit the high E and G more easily with that one. Everything fell apart when I switched to the other, more expensive flute–without the facilitator. That was unacceptable to me. Soooooo, more practice! (By the way, the video above is WITHOUT the facilitator)! 🙂

    In a few months, I will have been studying with you for 2 years and I’m STILL in the Gold Level! I am so ok with that! My learning curve is what it is.

    I just watched the first video I sent you from 2 years ago and compared it to the ones above. Geesh! It was hard to watch. Ha!

    Thanks for listening to my random thoughts. You’re the best.


  15. RebeccaFuller

    Hi Brian, I LLLOVE how you are hitting your high E so easily. That is not an easy trick. Good job!
    I’m really digging your high G study also. Holy cow, it’s wonderful! Gobezzz!! (Ethiopian word for ‘good job’)
    *haha I have bad camera days myself.. and bad hair days.. the problem is when I have both bad camera and bad hair days at the same time! LOL!!

  16. WAW !! That IS High !! I love it !! and I thought the 3rd Eb was high enough :D.. I am enjoying that tune The only thing is , while playing that high notes I can feel my hands are more in tense and I cannot easily loosen them

  17. RebeccaFuller

    haha! I love it. It’s true – they’re getting really high! In time you’ll learn to love them. 🙂

  18. Kathy Campbell

    YIKES !!! These are high notes for sure…..my dogs never left until I hit the high G….lost them on that one ! I will send you my playing…
    Talk soon,

    Kathy Campbell

  19. So happy to see you using the correct fingerings, Jim. The tone just kept getting better and better. I’ll send you more hints via email and in my next course. Well Done! ~ Rebecca

  20. Yes, Yes – sorry. I should clarify. Just practice these scales up as high as we know. The third octave G is a perfect place to stop for now. We’ll catch those other notes when the skill level is perfect. 🙂 ~ Rebecca

  21. Hi Rebecca, in the practice record for this module at the bottom it says to practice the G and Bb scales in two octaves, but I don’t recall studying the high A or Bb yet. In this module we only go up to G in the second octave of the Bb scale. Is that maybe what you are asking? Thanks, Jim.

  22. RebeccaFuller

    Hi Elaine, it’s always a great idea to review and play these high notes over and over. You are sounding really clear nowadays. I’m impressed! Following my program is working really well for you. You are doing so many great things. Technique is looking good. BTW – the tune-fluter is awesome! There are secrets you will learn in the future from me about getting the high notes more in tune. Thanks for sending. Love it! Rebecca

  23. Hi Oliver – some dogs do not like the flute playing, and other love it very much. I hope yours learns to relax and like it. 🙂 Rebecca

  24. It’s funny what dogs hear. The flute doesn’t seem to bother my dog, even when I am playing high notes. But if I try to play the French horn or the oboe, she runs away as if I turned on the vacuum cleaner. My dog has decided for me that the flute (along with the piano) is my instrument, which I am okay with because the flute is really fun. Although I do think it would be fun and challenging to try to learn the oboe, my dog won’t have it (that and the cost of reeds really adds up in terms of time and money). 🙂

  25. That make me play aggressively to be able to get them to sound right. My dog complains and moans at the higher notes…. Hope I’m sounding them correctly.

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