Flute Lesson Module BOX 58





Total Time: 30 Minutes 5 Seconds

“Willkommen zurück!”

Here is the next piece to the German Dance puzzle:

The modules 56, 57, 58, 59 etc. are all connected.  So, stay in order here- it’s for your success.

****UPDATE: This module was revised on March 3, 2014 (including new pdf sheetmusic)



[headline style=”1″ font_size=”24″ font_font=”Arial” font_style=”bold” align=”center” headline_tag=”h2″]1. German Dance A 1 8:44

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[headline style=”1″ font_size=”24″ font_font=”Arial” font_style=”bold” align=”center” headline_tag=”h2″]2. German Dance A 2 7:07

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[headline style=”1″ font_size=”24″ font_font=”Arial” font_style=”bold” align=”center” headline_tag=”h2″]3. German Dance B 3 7:02

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[headline style=”1″ font_size=”24″ font_font=”Arial” font_style=”bold” align=”center” headline_tag=”h2″]4. German Dance B 4 7:12

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26 thoughts on “Gold Module 58 Flute Lesson”

  1. Hi Shir, ooooh good job on this one! There are so many good challenges you’ve risen to here. You can now work on relaxing your fingers down on the keys. You’re doing amazing. Keep it up! ~Rebecca

  2. Kathleen Nicholson

    I’m really impressed with Anne’s ‘German Dance’ on Youtube! Thank you for posting it.

  3. Hi Anne, I realllllly like that you posted this video. You’re doing SOOO well! I love the attention to detail you’ve taken here. You can definitely be proud. Keep it up! I’ll see you in the Intermediate level! Rebecca

  4. I’ve used tap dancing in many of my lessons. I teach a lot of dancers – once we actually ‘write’ out their tap music, they are shocked at the fact that it’s basically the same as what we are learning in my studio. Fun Fun!!

  5. Thank you so much! I love the encouragement and support and critiques! Yes, the many many years that I’ve been tap dancing has given me an advantage while learning flute. I noticed that right away. I embrace that advantage wholeheartedly. I tell my students all of the time that tap IS music, percussion.


  6. Hi Brian! Another great performance. My favorite thing about watching you learn is that you are always so careful to observe the beat. It is super super important to musical development. Once a steady beat is established inside your body (which I know it is in yours because you also are a tapper), then the music you play/perform for others feels organized and easy to follow. This makes for a very enjoyable experience. So So loving watching your journey. ~Rebecca

  7. Naphtalie Munozvilla

    Hahaha! I’m sort of getting good at it. But the beginning was hard! I mean all those high notes…. And I had to play them fast! You would not and I mean not! Want to see me play!
    So bad!


  8. Naphtalie Munozvilla

    Hey look! Another German dance! It just makes me want to put on a puffy dress and fan myself around!


  9. Hi Pamela, most students post on YouTube for me and then set the video to ‘private’. This way no one else can view the video without the actual link (which would only be here).
    Many students will also just send audio for me from this page I have set up for you: https://learnfluteonline.com/feedback/
    Try these and let me know if we need to still search for a different option. I love hearing from you all. 🙂 ~Rebecca

  10. Rebecca,

    I’d like to make a suggestion about recording our performances. I’ve discovered that my Acer tablet (Android device) and a camera that records video have very poor audio and visual playback. I’ve used them for my purposes, but don’t feel they are worthy of posting here. I think Youtube is the best thing I’ve found for recording using my computer’s camera, but find that Youtube is not intuitive or user-friendly.

    Another problem I have is when I’m trying to maniuplate my computer to record, it tends to “mess-up” my performance, and I have to keep re-recording to get it right, although I can otherwise play a piece of music well.

    Privacy is another concern I think many have as well and how to make the video for your eyes only.

    So, what do you think about posting an instruction video somewhere (maybe in the e-newsletters) for all of us who are not Youtube savvy?

  11. As I was reading the comments, I see that Elaine said she has a really bad cold while making her video. I watched the video with that in mind. The reason is, I remember in a video somewhere along the way, you had a cold and you used it for a teaching moment in which you said, “When we have a cold, so does our flute.” I have to say, not to put Elaine down at all, but I could hear her cold through her flute! Since she told you to feel free to share anything she posts, matbe you could incorporate her video into one of your email tutorials. I for one bought a sinus inhaler after you commented about the colds impacting the sound of the flute, and I do notice a difference when I play (I have chronic sinus troubles). Anyway, just a thought!

  12. Kathy Campbell

    Hi Rebecca,
    I like this piece very much….will work on it more and then send it to you…I still can’t seem to understand videos. I sent you two pieces yesterday. Let me know what you think. I have also ordered the vibrato course…I think it will especially help me with the hymns. That’s kind of my goal ( I think )….to be able to play in our church orchestra….but they are pretty good so I don’t know if I can cut it with them !!! Maybe with your help I can….we’ll see…
    thanks again….you really are a wonderful teacher….
    Kathy Campbell

  13. RebeccaFuller

    ****** I revised this whole module on March 3, 2014 including a new copy of the pdf sheetmusic. I wasn’t happy with how I had done it the first time (which was actually the second lol). I like this counting much better, and redid the videos to reflect this. 🙂

  14. Decisions, Decisions. You’re blessed to have a choice, aren’t you Elaine. Good luck on your decision and your learning this week! 🙂 Rebecca

  15. Hi,
    It’s me again. I am so torn between the Yamaha 321 and 421…..I may do the 421 and use that until I reach the advanced level. I will decide by this weekend. I am looking to buy a house or town home in San Diego so it will be finances that make that decision. They are both great flutes. I just seems like the 421 is amazing! I am just lucky that I have a flute. I know some people who cannot afford one. It’s heartbreaking when a child wants one and the parents cannot afford it. So I will be happy with whatever I get!

  16. Hi Rebecca,
    No one else has posted a video yet. I am still practicing this one. I play it daily. I SLOWLY moved up the metornome and I am at 120. What will it be when we put it all together? I am curious! That way I have a goal to reach! Thank you. I will be purchasing my intermediate flute this weekend. I told you I am looking at the Yamaha YFL 321 closed hole offset G. I saw they have the same thing but it is 421 and of course more money. I plan on buying a beginner to intermediate, then intermediate to advanced and then the advanced flute. I think the 321 will be fine for a good 5 years, or even longer, if I take are of it. I saw some really pretty wood music stands online too. My guess if you practice everyday, and challenge yourself, how many years do you think it takes to get to the advanced level? My guess is 5 years? I wonder if I am correct or way off! Of course everyone has a learning curve too. I am always curious about these things.
    I just can’t thank you enough for all that you do! I bet you have changed many lives, for the better, by bringing the flute into a person’s life! You have changed my life for the better in so many ways! That is a huge accomplishment!

  17. Feel free to share anything I post. I will work on the metronome a few clicks at a time to get my speed up. That way I will be prepared. I am still using songs we have learned for warm up so I am memorizing too! Talk soon!

  18. Elaine, you’re awesome. This comment made me smile, I’m going to have to share it. (hope you don’t mind) I also don’t have tv. There’s so much to learn in this world… not a minute to waste!
    About this piece, yes it’ll be faster so you can go ahead and notch up your metronome one little click at a time and see at what speed it “fall apart”. That’s when you know you’ve pushed it too far. Can’t wait to see you in the next modules soon. 🙂

  19. Thanks for listening and for your advise! Do you think it would be a good idea to start playing the song faster with the metronome? At what speed is the entire piece? Just curious! I am really having fun, and relaxation, playing the flute. It is also a challenge and I feel like I am accomplishing something that is really great. Playing the flute is amazing! I got rid of cable TV a few months ago and don’t mis it one bit.

  20. We always wish you luck, Elaine. I love to see your progress. And, I can’t wait to hear it again after I ask you to put it all together at the faster speed. Continue working on it – it’ll just keep getting better all the time. Love it! That 100x spot at the end will work even better if you mark yourself a big breath before it somewhere. Thanks for posting. -Rebecca

  21. HI Rebecca,
    I was going to wait until SUnday to post a video. I have been fighting a bad cold so I decided to post one now so I can rest more. I have really been working on my right hand. Although it is still a bit clumsy I do see a slow improvement. Let me know if I was on time with the music or any other suggestions you may have. We are really moving up and soon we will be Intermediate flute players! I may treat myself to an intermediate flute in March which will be my one year Anniversary learning to replay the flute with your amazing modules. I played as a child so it has been over 35 years since I last played the flute! Thank you!

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