Flute Lesson Module BOX 45






Total Time: 26 Minutes 27 Seconds

You’ve probably heard this one played by trumpets around the world… or at least at summer camps. Β πŸ™‚

New rhythm for ya today!



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[headline style=”1″ font_size=”24″ font_font=”Arial” font_style=”bold” align=”center” headline_tag=”h2″]2. Flute Assemblies 1 9:23

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[headline style=”1″ font_size=”24″ font_font=”Arial” font_style=”bold” align=”center” headline_tag=”h2″]3. Flute Assemblies 2 9:35

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Β Rebecca Fuller

Flute Lesson Module 45Β  Β Flute Lesson Module 45

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

Rebecca FullerRebecca Fuller
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31 thoughts on “Flute Lesson Module 45”

  1. Hi Rebecca – thought I’d finally worked out how to do this – the link works for me. When uploading to youtube I’ve been changing from public to private – is that right?
    This probably means you haven’t seen my mod. 49 post either!

  2. Hi Lee, I’m so glad you’re loving these lessons. I’m also glad you’re including the Gavotte here.. there seems to be a problem with the youtube link. It doesn’t bring up a viewable page. Maybe you can check it for me. Thanks ~Rebecca

  3. Hi Rebecca, I had such fun learning this sample Gavotte during your “intro” to Intermediate level was happening. Thought Id include it here. Unfortunately there is some crackling with the audio – result of a cracked screen I think


  4. Hey Anne-Marie, thanks for keeping your flute up during this one. A level flute is really helping your E’s not squeak. This is a lot of keys! No squeaks! I’m impressed. Thanks for taking each lesson to heart and really working to perfect it. You’re progressing so well. Thanks for posting. ~Rebecca

  5. Anne-Marie Fryer

    Hi Rebecca,
    The Flute Assemblies in five Keys. I started with the last of the five keys first, as I kept messing it up. I finally got a more decent one and continued on from the beginning. I will be practicing these as warm up for a long time. I welcome any recommendations with open arms:)
    I am still working on Early Morning Wake-UP. It definitely needs a lot more work. I will post it for you to comment on when it get better πŸ™‚
    Thank you so much, Anne-Marie

  6. That was my husband, he’s my best support. I try to remember to keep my fingers down, but they seem to have a mind of their own and just want to stay up high. I’ll keep working on it. Thank you for the encouragement.

  7. Hey Jo, awesome awesome! You used the right fingerings. That’s so great. At this stage you can really start teaching yourself how to keep your fingers lower as you play. Even to relax them on top of the keys is best. The reason I have my fingers high in the videos is so you can ‘see’ what I’m doing. I love that you had an audience today in this video. The applause is great! You’ve been practicing this one well… it doesn’t happen by itself. ~Rebecca

  8. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dEnPxjibKt8
    Hi Rebecca, Here’s my video of Flute Assemblies. I’m still working on those squeaky high notes. I had to play some mind games with myself to do the high C one: remember to not lift that C finger. Please let me know what you see that I need to work on.
    Thanks for everything!!

  9. I have neutrogena and or Burts Bees(I like the pomegranate) everywhere, in every pocket etc. Even have tried olive oil. My husband buys me a year’s supply at Christmas.

  10. Chapstick. Chapstick. Chapstick. I use one of the Burt’s Bees kind. It doesn’t get in the way of my flute playing. I think you’re doing great, Angela!! Keep it up for sure. ~Rebecca

  11. https://youtu.be/q5Jwr1cgSgM As usual, I have the problem of the dry lips and trying to get the high notes, but I’ve worked on this in between the high note study and I think it’s about the best I can do for now. I switch off with other books too that have songs with the high notes. Some days I just can’t get any tone and others are ok. Moving on for now.

  12. Oh… one more thing… I don’t know if you’re going to cover this later, but something in me kept wanting to switch the feel of this rhythm to a triplet feel. When I did this, the 16th note in the skipping rhythm was off by a hair. Fascinating…

  13. Got it! Will do! Thank you. As a child (or adult), remember talking into a fan so that you could sound like a robot? Ha! πŸ™‚

  14. RebeccaFuller

    Awesome Brian. I love your attention to details here. Some comments: if you turn off the fan your tone will be more ‘steady’ and not have the fan vibrations in it (for the next video). Also, watch that right hand pinky… it’s trying to sneak out of position. Keep it from wandering if possible. πŸ™‚ Fabulous! ~ Rebecca

  15. I like that skipping and stepping ..I feel like I am climbing up a ladder on each Arpeggio…what I love about it, by the time I am at the 4th and 5th Arpeggio , I can play them by ear and expecting the notes without needing to know what they are !! love it THANKS πŸ™‚

  16. Hi Jim, love your videos. Thanks for posting again. I thought I’d give you a couple of things to think about today; 1. to clear up your tone more you’ll need to take a much, much bigger breath each time. Your tone can use more “support” -and- 2. D to F# has your fingers a little tricked. Watch that right hand pinky. It needs to be back “on” for F# to get the proper tuning etc. Super video, happy you are practicing and posting. πŸ™‚ Rebecca

  17. Having been in the Boy Scouts and in the Navy, I am familiar with Assembly, so this has been a lot of fun. I just had to share this recording because I don’t have a studio or fancy recording equipment and sometimes recording gets interesting. In the second section you can begin to hear noise in the background. I didn’t while playing. In each section thereafter, you can hear lots of background noise. That’s my wife in the kitchen which openly adjoins the living room. In the last section I became aware of the noise and miss blew a note. We do the best we can right?

  18. Hi Cornelio, I checked all of the videos in module 45 and they play and complete fine for me… but video #2 in module 42 seems to have the ending cut off of it. I will check it and re-upload it today. Thanks for the heads up. You’re doing great!

  19. Can I ask some question while I am viewing module 42 video no2 and this module 45 why somebody stopping it please !!!
    I need to learn the content of the modules

  20. Nice skipping rhythms! So many keys… not found anywhere else on the internet me thinks. πŸ˜‰ -Rebecca

  21. Amy Milholland

    Can I just say again how much I love the way you break down rhythms? When playing this song, I kept hearing myself saying, “skipping, skipping, skipping, walk…” It is much easier than 1 (e and) a 2. Then once you say “skipping walk” a couple times and replace it with “1 (e and) a 2”, the number counting becomes much easier too. Also, this song was really fun to play. And, I am really starting to like those third octave notes. My 3G is sounding much clearer and even pretty (not shrill anymore).


  22. I fixed the progress chart in this module today. I have no idea when it disappeared. Thanks for letting me know. As usual, always let me know if something seems off. I can fix it! πŸ™‚ -Rebecca

  23. I just clicked on the Lesson 45 Progress Chart but it came up as the Flute Assemblies song PDF. Is it possible to fix this? Thanks!

  24. So glad you are in Module 45. Good job! There will be nearly 70 modules leading into the intermediate level… unless I change my mind. πŸ™‚ Keep up the good work.

  25. Elier Capistran

    Hi rebecca i have a question.

    How many modules are for beginner? because We are in module 45 and i want to know, how many modules are need for finished the beginner level and begin the intermediate modules? Only for curiosity. Thanks Rebecca and have a nice day.

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