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I would like a lot of info on what to practice for an advanced player I'm taking flute seriously and want to major in music and I want to audition for big music conservatories I just stopped going to the tutor I had because I didn't feel she was helping me much and I'm searching for a better one in my area. I'm a Sophomore in High school, and of course I know all the basics in practicing, but can someone give me a list of things to practice like a serious list not like "scales,Practice book, Chromatic , thirds." I need something more explicit because of course I want to be professional material and I've asked my tutor these things but nothing much of a response she gave me. I am currently working on Rubanks Intermediate & Advanced Method for flute or Piccolo, Scales, Some minor scales, chromatics, Solos, Thirds, Audition repertoire, Can someone tell me what else I can work on like books or like a certain solo, or just practice tips but not something simple. And please someone professional answer Please and thank you so much! OH, and the things I would need help in the most in sight reading and getting through a piece without stopping that's my main problem thank you guys! And please give me some help or books in sight reading or like videos on flute. (:
What you have for printed materials is really old-fashioned in a BAD way - there are far better materials, as you sense, which is why you asked. Some of the older and valid etudes and methods can be found on CD-ROM - check out www.cdsheetmjusic.com. or www.clarinetinstitute.com. Much standard literature can be found that way, too - things that are now public domain, anyway. You should own the Taffanel-Gaubert method, Moyse De La Sonorite, and various technical etudes such as selected volumes of Berbiguier, Andersen, Jean-Jean, Bitsch (yup - that's his name . . ), and others. What YOU need, and in what order, is determined by a teacher that know your playing - and it seems that the teacher you have is stuck in a rut - or YOU are. Etudes and technique builders are endless - again, I do no know you . . . You can browse materials at www.fluteworld.com - but again, the selection is so vast that you need guidance - and I can only speak in the broadest of generalities, because . . . . I do not know you. You can also purchase for under ten bucks, the Guide to Selected Flute Literature (or a name darn similar) from www.nfaonline,org - the National Flute Association. This is THE graded bible for flute literature, and will tell you what the finest experts in the world think of the difficulty of all these works. Without hearing you, I cannot be more specific - but it is a start. And - make sure that your flute is decent, and in top adjustment, even if you have to ship it to someone. Stay out of the local music shop - unless you live in ohio and that shop is Jeff Weissman's or Phil Unger's or someone similar - or the equivalent in other big cities, where top orchestral players take their flutes. I have addressed sight-reading here many times - you can search the resolved questions. I wrote my MM thesis on this topic at Boston U in the seventies, and have taught this in a structured course method for decades since - it is a learnable skill, like anything else, and should not remain a mystery. Good luck - I hope that you find a better teacher to assist you in reaching your goals.