Alan Bullard: Fifty For Flute Book 1

Books | Flute

Catalogue No: D8660
Composer: Alan Bullard
Format: Sheet Music | Instrumental Album

Fifty progressive studies for unaccompanied flute.

The fifty short unaccompanied pieces in these two books explore the versatility of the flute and the many moods and styles it can portray.

These pieces have been designed primarily as studies but may be grouped as desired into suites for solo performance. The material has been arranged in progressive order of difficulty, with Book 1 covering a level of Grades 1-5 and Book 2 covering Grades 6-8.

ISBN: 9781854728661
Skill Level: Easy Explain this
Published on: 14 April 2000
No of pages: 36
Language: English
Publisher: ABRSM Publishing

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          Musicroom Reviews

          Although I bought this book years ago (long before I'd even heard of it was something that definitely helped me get into playing the flute and was a brilliant progressive book taking me from a very beginner to being able to tackle some better well known pieces. Definitely recommend this to anyone just starting out on the flute! It's even very well priced for what you get- extra bonus :) !
          Anonymous - (Birmingham, United Kingdom)
          This is a great book! It contains my unaccompanied piece for grades 1,2, 3, and 4! There are many tunes to play and they are all catchy and named quite predictably, such as 'Sad Flute', 'Romantic Flute', and 'Cheerful Flute'! I would recommend this book for beginners or those of intermediate standard.
          Rachel - (Devon)
          Great range of playable and fun sounding music. I tending use this for study.
          Anonymous - (Doncaster, United Kingdom)
          A great book for beginners with well composed pieces, which are lot's of fun. From the excitement yet simplicity of bouncy flute, to the beautiful and sophisticated sound of romantic flute, this book is a must buy.
          Anonymous - (Bristol, United Kingdom)
          My pupils love this book! Lots of varied and interesting pieces based on many different musical styles. It is progressive and moves on quite quickly and therefore needs to be used in conjunction with other material.
          Anonymous - (Epsom, United Kingdom)
          My daughter thoroughly enjoys this book and the service we received was excellent arriving a couple of days after ordering
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