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Flute lesson module 60

 

 

 

 Total Time: 18 Minutes 10 Seconds

You asked for it, you got it!

A SNAZZY DUET for us both!

*This is gonna be cooool.

 

 

[headline style=”1″ font_size=”24″ font_font=”Arial” font_style=”bold” align=”center” headline_tag=”h2″]1. Love this one! Check it out: 3:05

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[headline style=”1″ font_size=”24″ font_font=”Arial” font_style=”bold” align=”center” headline_tag=”h2″]2. Let’s get specific now.. breathing etc: 12:52

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[headline style=”1″ font_size=”24″ font_font=”Arial” font_style=”bold” align=”center” headline_tag=”h2″]3. Play with me separately A and B: 2:13

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Intermediate Flute Lessons

 

(You won’t be sorry.. it’s really, really good)

🙂 Rebecca

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Gold Level Flute Lesson 60 BONUS

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

Rebecca FullerRebecca Fuller
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59 thoughts on “Gold Level Flute Lesson 60 BONUS”

  1. Ah Shir, we sound so good together!!!! You definitely have had a great journey, and I’ve enjoyed watching every single step. You’re doing an amazing job taking notes and practicing well. Good job! It was so fun to meet you in person. Let’s keep the journey going. You’re a great student. 🙂 ~Rebecca

  2. It’s sounding great Anne-Marie! These duets are even easier to play when you’re standing next to the person you’re playing with because you can really see and feel the body clues – keeps you right together.

  3. Anne-Marie Fryer

    Hi Rebecca, I am not yet done with practicing the previous 5 pieces….I am working on it everyday! I like this duet and ever so fun to play with you. Any helpful comments as I strive to finish up this fabulous Gold Level course?
    https://youtu.be/688GR-h7Syw
    Warmly, Anne-Marie

  4. I love this one too! I’m listening to the Von Trapp great grandchildren sing right now. So smooth. Mmmmmm.Thanks for reminding me. Sounds like you’re doing well – keep reviewing and then come learn even more! So fun. ~Rebecca

  5. Haley Reinford

    That song is to beautiful for words!!! Have you ever heard the VonTrap Great Grandchildren sing that song it is certainly impressive. I don’t think I will be doing the intermediate lessons right away but in the mean time i will be reviewing a lot and I will be playing out of a book of Irish music that I got for my 12th birthday. Also my mom thinks that I should join a youth orchestra, what are your thoughts? Love Haley

  6. RebeccaFuller

    Hi Ray, you can try the first lesson in the Intermediate Level for free. Click on the link to try the sample lesson. (it’s really good, you’ll have a lot of fun) You can see where the level begins. I’m very careful to include tempos for both the intermediate students and the intermediate advanced student. (some people are ready to play faster and some aren’t, but all can learn the same tunes and skills etc) Here’s the page: https://learnfluteonline.com/info-premium-intermediate-flute-lessons/ I think you’ll have a great time learning there. I think everyone can benefit from online and one-on-one instruction. The more ‘good instruction’ the better. I’m glad you’re willing to travel for some flute fun. Once you join the intermediate level, send me an email and I’ll allow your membership to also include the Gold Level for a while so you can continue reviewing there. If you’ve studied well in the Gold Level then you should be ready. And it’ll feel like a lot of fun. Great questions… I’ll see you there! ~Rebecca

  7. Rebecca, I’m sort of winding up the Gold and precariously playing with some musical accompaniment. I repeat, precariously. Can you give some info on how the Intermediate starts out? I might subscribe next week provided it is not so difficult that I would have problems. I have now been studying with you for about a year and a half which I know is a baby step. I now stand at playing most every note with clarity, with some vibrato, but not as melodiously and smoothly as I would like. (30 years of practice needed, I know). I plan to go one-on-one for the second year with with my flute master in Vienna in August. His name is Ory Schneor. You might see him on Linkedin. While great, your on-line method does omit the needed one-on-one, of course. And yes, I could find someone locally, but what’s the fun in that?
    Also, can I continue to go back to the Gold and practice some of the pieces even though I will be subscribed to Intermediate? So to repeat, two things: Is the Intermediate overly difficult and can I continue to practice Gold tunes.

  8. RebeccaFuller

    Great observation, Ray. It’s true that learning to play with the accompaniments puts us into a whole new level of proficiency. Glad you’re understanding this and going back to get it all ship-shapey. 🙂 Keep it up! ~Rebecca

  9. Rebecca, as I complete the Gold series in anticipation for the Intermediate, I find as I make a final practice run with musical accompaniment, playing without such accompaniment in the past is quite a different proposition than with it. I should have slowed down and used accompaniment along the way. Now practicing without mistakes can be difficult and tends to slow one down. So, once I’m satisfied with my execution I will apply for the Intermediate, hopefully in a few weeks.

  10. Rebecca I noted above that I am re-practicing all songs with accompaniment. I encountered some early ones that started before I was ready, hence my above comments. I am currently on Module 35 and I have looked at Modules 36 through 60 and I now see that the rest have adequate lead-ins. So, you can disregard my comments. Thanks anyway.

  11. RebeccaFuller

    Yes, I can do that. The best way is to specifically mention which ones you feel need more time at the beginning- or even some ‘ding’ count-ins. Excited you are moving into the intermediate level. You’re going to love it! ~Rebecca

  12. Rebecca, as I prepare to go into the Intermediate I am running through the musical accompaniments that I pretty well omitted along the way. As I get into them I find it most difficult to begin them properly as they start immediately I know you have had other comments to this effect. Is there any way you can go through them and put a little beginning spread? Meanwhile, I will contact you when I get through them for the Intermediate.

  13. Hi Carol, yes, I remember answering your email. First, the ‘two’ notes comes from pulling your cheeks back so that your aperture elongates too much. Relax so that you are feeling everything more from the very ‘front’ of your lips and so that your cheeks are totally relaxed. Also, the fuzzy sound comes from a variety of issues, depending. If you can get it to sound good after drinking water and resetting your flute, then you know that it is not your instrument. You can work in front of a mirror- that will really help. Are you drooping at all? Also, is your tongue popping correctly (spit)? Check these things and feel confident that you will get more consistent as you learn. Also, always review easy stuff from a long ways back as you work on eliminating issues. It’ll help. Good jog- keep it up~ Rebecca

  14. Dear Rebecca,

    I sent you a message the other day but do not think you have received it. I just wanted to know what it is that causes the fuzzy sound when I play my flute. Also I cannot get a note out of my flute unless I drink some water and I can then manage to play it. Is this normal with all flutes or is it just mine. Also I get another note playing when I play a note sometimes in a higher octave. Would appreciate your comments Rebecca. Carol Ann Crome

  15. I love the concept of playing the duets with you as I have no one to play with. It actually makes me feel like I’m seeing a bit of progress when I can keep up with you ! Liz

  16. Hi Elizabeth, yes you’ve signed up for the Gold Level monthly plan. If you’d like to jump to the Intermediate level now, you just need to purchase the new plan there (these are different products), and we will cancel this Gold Level pmt plan. Here’s the Intermediate Link: Click HERE Email me if you have any more questions. 🙂 ~Rebecca

  17. Hi Rebecca

    Sorry but I’m confused about why you are asking us to sign up for the next level. I’ve contracted to pay by the month so doesn’t my contract just continue on as long as I want it to? Do I need to do something else ? Liz GOMEZ

  18. Hi Michel, wow- you have awesome video/editing skills! I love how you ‘two’ are right together. There are some rhythms like the fourth note for example, where it really is supposed to be held longer- but both of you played it exactly the same so it still matches. Neato! You can go back through and listen/watch your video and count the music aloud- watch those notes that are to be 3 counts especially. I’m proud of you for learning this so well and playing on video for us. Incredible- keep it up! Nice and solid tone too. Love it!! ~Rebecca

  19. RebeccaFuller

    Hi Lisa, we’re all sooooo excited you’re moving on, and that you’ve come to this stage. You’re great!! I will love to see the videos, and I’m sure everyone else will too. It’s super inspiring to see a flute-friend working on it also. See you! ~Rebecca

  20. I’m finally here.. I do wish there was a mp3 to play along with you. I’m going to head into the intermediate lessons in a few weeks so I owe you a lot of recordings. I should just record using my laptop but I have a perfectionist in me that wants to make the best videos.

    I really loved watching everyone who recorded their progress, it was really encouraging! I’m going to make a point of recording myself more when I get to the other lessons. I hope to see the “regulars” in there as well!

  21. Hi Angela! I LOVED playing this duet with you. You did great!! Yes, I totally understand about the dry lips thing. I have to have a light coating of chapstick when I play or it just doesn’t feel right. You’ll find your ‘perfect soon, I’m sure. I’m glad you are gaining the skills you need to play anything you want! See you soon. ~Rebecca

  22. https://youtu.be/fRKjkcI-DX4 I can’t believe I have finished all these lessons. Today I think my neighbor discovered something about my dry lips. It’s a humid light rainy day, and for some reason my lips seem to be a little more moist than certainly they were yesterday. So I think my tone is way better today, so I finally did the second flute better than I have. I practice A LOT! I will move onto the Intermediate in a couple of weeks when my credit card is on the next month’s bill, but for now, I want to perfect or see if I can get some decent tone with the book, Tunes for Flute Technic by Douglas Steensland. There are many short pretty songs and I really want to play the Minstrel Boy well. I practically cry when I hear Galway playing it. I look forward to seeing everyone in the upcoming lessons.

  23. I am so proud of you, Anne!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! See you soon in the next level. 🙂 ~Rebecca

  24. I cant believe it, I finished gold level!! I’m so proud! 😀 I loved this duet, it was great fun! Thanks Rebecca for a great gold lesson, I can t wait to see what the intermediate level brings 🙂

  25. You’re right, Brian. It ‘is’ hard to get it all right. I wish so badly I could just snap my fingers and have it all out to you every week, but alas… I am human. Haha, we’ll keep making these tutorials and get you all to where you need/want to be. So glad you are here, and doing so great! Rebecca

  26. Thank you so much, Rebecca. I sooooooooo understand the length of time it takes to edit videos. It was so hard to align the sound of these videos properly. Then, when I finally got it, the sound was horrible, blaring and screechy and distorted. I finally discovered that I couldn’t have both flute parts tied together with 100% volume. When I reduced each one to 50%, the result was so much better. I love that you take so much time to make sure we all learn well.

    Brian

  27. Hi Rebecca – Do you have a master index of what is in each lesson module? I have a full enumerated file of your music PDFs but you posted many additional gems relating to flute issues as well as the music. Is there an easy way to retrieve these without opening each module? Martin

  28. Hey Brian,
    Oh my. I love this video. Seeing ‘both’ of you at the same time is awesome!! I’ll be able to send my videos to you for editing from now on. I’m guessing you understand that it does take a lot of time. I appreciate you having fun with these.
    See you again soon. Congratulations Congratulations Congratulations!!!
    Rebecca

  29. Hi, Rebecca.

    I learned Wayfaring Stranger (Module 60 Bonus) and recorded it, all in one day! Also, I certainly do enjoy playing duets with you from afar. But, I wanted to try my hand at some fancy video editing. So, here I am playing both parts!

    Here it is: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sZ_evQCGJjE

    I will take a week or so to brush up on some old stuff and then contact you about the Intermediate Suite.

    I look forward to your critique.

    Brian

  30. Naphtalie Munozvilla

    we are going to have “El Nino” next year here in California. I hope we can go to Israel before it comes.
    You know,December 15 next year it’ll be cold. see ya ~Naphtalie

  31. I’m excited your family has a trip planned – I love going new places. I think I’ll be visiting Israel next winter (I hope). So, you’ll have to let me know if you have a good time. See you again soon. Rebecca

  32. Naphtalie Munozvilla

    Guess what? My mom said I could enter the intermediate level!🎊🎉🎈🇺🇸
    Buuuuuuuut i said no. I’m not a traitor! It’s just that,my membership almost expires. Soooooooooo all I’m going to do is review some old videos.

    Goodbye forever dearest Rebecca!

    Your faithful loyal student, Naphtalie

  33. Naphtalie Munozvilla

    Thousands of people have come thousands of flute players have gone
    I’m so sad!😭😢😥😭☹️
    Not really. Just sort of surprised I maneged to get through all of these modules.
    I don’t think I will go to the intermediate level. Not because I don’t want to but because I can’t.
    You see, my family has a trip planned. We are going to Israel. Pretty much we’re going to Europe.

    I don’t think we can bring devises along.
    So,this is it goodbye Rebecca. Bye.
    See you in the future.
    Xoxo

  34. Hi Kathy. Thanks for sending these messages. I’m SO happy for you. You’ve done so well. I’ve sent you email messages about your speakpipe messages. Thanks for playing for me. 🙂 ~ Rebecca – see you in the next level.

  35. Kathy Campbell

    Hi Rebecca,
    Love this song….very cool.

    Ok….my story…..I hadn’t played flute for nearly 50 years….waaaay back in Junior High. I’ve been playing since the middle of December (2014) and am so happy I found Rebecca’s class on line. I’m not very computer literate so I can’t post videos of myself……maybe I’ll learn someday….but I send recordings to Rebecca through Speakpipe—that seems to work for now. I’ve enjoyed watching all your videos and wish I could post some of myself playing….Anyhow, I can’t believe I’ve come this far! I’ll be moving forward to the Intermediate Modules. My goal is to be able to play with our church orchestra…but they seem pretty advanced, so I don’t know….I think I am more scared of performing in front of people than anything else. I really admire Janice’s story….I would have been terrified !
    And Anna….kids grow up fast…hold on to your flute…you’ll come back to playing someday.
    Elaine R. I have soooo enjoyed your videos. You’re a natural in front of the camera! And you have progressed so far !
    Anne Moore….you are really good…….did you join the Symphonic Band ( people that played in the band in High School ) ? I would love to find a group like that…

    And….most of all….to Rebecca …a HUGE thank you! You are such a good teacher…it really is your “calling”. I’m so glad I found you…You’ve brought the flute back to me and I just love it. No matter how bad my day is, I always play and I end up feeling so much better ! And for that, I thank you.

    Ok….see you in the Intermediate Modules !

    Kathy Campbell

  36. Malcolm Savage

    That would be good, yes. Much as I enjoy the video, I can more easily put a downloadable recording through a stereo system to play with, but I can use the video in the meantime. Thanks.

  37. RebeccaFuller

    Hi Malcolm, the flute 1 and 2 (separately) for you to play with are on video 3. It is not a downloadable recording in this module. In the future, would you prefer downloadable recordings to ‘play with’ on the duets? Let me know.

  38. Malcolm Savage

    Hi Rebecca, has the downloadable accompaniment disappeared from this module, as I’m unable to see it. Thanks.

  39. Michael Crawshaw

    Hi Elaine,You say that you are a complete wreck and that you are stressed. I think you need to be stressed more often, that was the best that I have ever heard you play, your timing and tone were just right and you were right in tune with Rebecca. Hearty congratulations.

  40. So just to share my story: i was put on bedrest when pregnant and it wasnt many days before I got tired of TV. Instead I started browsing amazon and ordering babystuff… and a flute! Having a giant baby kicking your lungs is maybe not the best time to start playing but I was bored. Of course I found out I had a nickel allergy and couldn play my student flute. When a silver mouthpiece didnt help. I switched to a ‘plastic’ flute from Guo. I admit that I havent practiced as much as you say one should, but with a sleeping baby, at least I can watch you play. I managed to get good enough to play a song at the babys christening and with my niece on the piano we sounded pretty great. Now the baby has started walking, started kindergarden this week and I am going back to work. So this is goodbye from me as my membership is about to expire. But its been fun 🙂 maybe Ill have more time for my flute in a few years, who knows 🙂

  41. RebeccaFuller

    Hi Janice! We love hearing from you. This is such a great story. You are an inspiration to all. I hope everyone has a chance to perform someday also. Please send us the recording you have, we’d love to see/hear it. Keep us informed, we are SO proud of you! ~ Rebecca

  42. janice barnes

    Hi Rebecca. Greetings from Australia. It is time to share my musical adventures and thank you for your wonderful lessons which make progressing logical and definitely fun.I purchased my flute back in late October and was an absolute beginner. I had played the recorder at high school but nothing else.Our eldest son is a lovely violinist,studying grade 6.(So I am set straight if I play out of time when he is around)Our other two teenage boys play guitar and drums.My learning has been a little unorthodox, though I have definitely practised and done all your lessons in order. I was talked into joining the beginner orchestra where my son started (now playing in the advanced as well)way back in January! I took along a colleague who hadn’t touched her flute for 10 years.I was playing around module 20 at the time and the orchestra had played The Ash Grove the previous year.Imagine my horror when the first piece of music put in front of me was the first flute for Farendole! However, after many weeks of fingering and not blowing much at orchestra, and playing the lower octave which I could read and play the notes (slowly), I am sure I did myself and you proud at the two concerts I have performed in!I was by no means perfect, but I was told to “fake it til you can make it”! And I played almost every note. We also played Leroy Andersons Horse and Buggy, and some much slower Water Music pieces.What a steep learning curve! The Performing Arts teacher at school invited me to be a buddy for a beginner flutist in her Concert Band, so I have played things like the Rocky movie theme at school assemblies too!I have, of course , been a little impatient to move on in your modules because much of what I was attempting was a bit in front of me, though I do review often.I am madly practising these last few modules and would love to send you a recording very soon before orchestra and school resume in mid July.I wonder what curve ball they will send my way for September eisteddfod? My main areas to work on are consistant tone, particularly when playing long slurred phrases and fast pieces. I guess that will come with using less air and refining my tone hole. And yes, more practise! So thanks again, Rebecca, for making the flute a part of my life for the past 8 months. I am really looking forward to getting stuck into your next modules after I am perfectly happpy with being able to play all of your previous pieces nicely at performance speed. Ps I love yur choices of music and congrats to the poeple who have recently played for the rest of us.

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