Flute Theory Workout
Flute Theory Workout Scales and chords are the two most fundamental and important elements of pitch organization in music, and that is why our workout focuses on them. Your primary goal should be to play all of the scales and arpeggios in this workout with the right notes, perfectly in time and in tune, and with a beautiful sound, at whatever tempo you wish. This alone, however, does not make you fluent in those scales and arpeggiated chords; to be fluent; you must also understand the structure of the different scales, how they relate to one another, and how they are used in actual music. The Flute Theory Workout can also be used to acquire this fluency, as well as to learn and drill other basic elements of musicianship, such as clef reading and key relations. The audio tracks that accompany the Flute Theory Workout can enhance your practice sessions in many ways. Playing the scales and arpeggios in the Flute Theory Workout without the accompaniment audio will definitely improve your technique, but playing them with the accompaniment audio will not only add a little variety to your practice but also improve your rhythm, technical evenness and intonation if you make a concentrated effort to listen to the accompaniment while playing. There are three versions of The Flute Theory Workout accompaniment audio. There are numerous ways and reasons to utilize the accompaniment audio. "The Workout" includes all exercises at a moderate practice tempo. The "Light Workout" contains selected exercises at a lower practice tempo. The "Advanced Workout" contains selected exercises at a faster practice tempo. ©2011, Book & Online Audio. Beginner-Intermediate, 72 pages.