Dip In: 50 Graded Pop Flute Solos

Libro | Flauta

Editorial: Wise Publications
Series: Dip In
Formato: Partituras | Songbook Variado
Dip In to this great selection of pop songs! All the tunes are specially arranged for Flute, with chord symbols at concert pitch for easy accompaniment, and are graded to suit a wide range of playing levels.

Each song is awarded a star rating based on difficulty – making this folio ideal for everyone, from the beginning Flute player to the experienced musician. Includes hit songs by Lady Gaga, Coldplay, Beyoncé, Take That and many more.
ISBN: 9781780385686
Publicado el: 03 abril 2012
Nº de páginas: 120
Idioma: Inglés
Nº de catálogo: AM1004729
 
     
       

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        4
        I bought this for my 14 year old daughter (Grade 3-4). They are good arrangements of the songs, lots of well-known, recent songs & the star gradings in the book are about right. Made her flute-playing so much more fun!! Only negative- would be great if it came with a backing-track CD (thus 4 stars instead of 5).
        Anónimo - (Shaftesbury, United Kingdom)
        5
        Excellent book plenty of well known songs my son was excited to play would recommend to any flute player who wanted to play modern music even if its just for fun and a change from classical
        Anónimo - (Clydebank, United Kingdom)
        5
        Best book of music I have bought for my teenage son in a while plenty of songs modern and very now he was excited to play the tunes a change from the classical and very good for him to unwind and enjoy
        Anónimo - (Clydebank, United Kingdom)
        5
        My daughter loved this. She is currently grade 4 and just starting grade 5 work but getting fed up with the songs needed to learn for grading. She got this and was able to play some of the songs easily and it has inspired her to play her flute a bit more often at home just for fun.
        Anónimo - (Camberley, United Kingdom)

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