Carl Fischer Music presents a new spin on a classic teaching method with this edition of Joachim Andersen's 24 Progressive Studies for the Flute, Op. 33. While all of the original etudes are included, flute pedagogue Professor Charles DeLaney has expanded them to include notes in the upper range of the instrument, updating this book for the flute's modern incarnation. DeLaney also lends his sharp wit to this edition, having cleverly named the etudes and also has provided helpful and humorous practice notes for each. As a special bonus, this book also features DeLaney's Daily Dozen, a set of practice exercises guaranteed to improve technique and musicality. Essentially a complete method built on a proven collection of etudes, Delaney's edition of 24 Progressive Studies for the Flute, Op. 33 is absolutely essential for serious flute students. For intermediate to advanced players.
Publisher: Carl Fischer LLC
Catalogue Number: WF84
Northwest Product Number: 103-2001-03-012
Some of these titles may also be relevant to your search:
Starter Duets - Flute
Clarinet - Bb Clarinet
Super Studies - Flute
Study with Style - Flute
You may also be interested in the following titles:
Solos - Flute
Vibrato Workbook - Flute
24 Flute Studies - Flute
Northwest Music does not guarantee the accuracy of online stock levels. To confirm availability of an item, please contact our store directly.
While we will do our best to ensure you receive the quantity you indicate, if the quantity ordered exceeds our current stock levels, your order may take additional time to complete. Please contact Northwest Music to confirm availability. Some items, such as choral octavos, have a set minimum purchasing quantity.
- The sound and page samples we provide on our website are courtesy our publishers, who provide the samples in different ways. Audio samples are MP3 files, and will either load in your browser or will prompt you to download and open them in an application of your choice (such as iTunes or Windows Media Player). Page samples are in either JPG or PDF format, and can open in your browser, or in Adobe Acrobat Reader.