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A Sharp School of Music
The Royal York Plaza
1500 Royal York Road
Etobicoke, Ontario M9P 3B6
Tel: 416-614-PLAY (7529) or
Toll Free: 1-844-274-2771
Flute, Piccolo, Clarinet, Saxophone
Call now to book a free introductory Flute, Piccolo, Clarinet, or Saxophone lesson
Some students are visual learners and some are auditory learners. A Sharp’s woodwind and reed lessons have the aptitude to custom tailor your music lessons to best fit your abilities. Best of all, you will learn how to play your instrument while learning your favourite songs. This will make your musical journey a fun journey :)
For the beginner Flute student:
Trevor Wye’s beginner’s book for the flute is an excellent tutor book for students of all ages. The general approach of this series is enjoyment of flute playing and music making in the broadest sense. All keys are used to provide familiarity which in turn results in easier access to orchestras and ensembles. The low register is explored as the foundation to a good tone throughout the compass of the flute. Many of the pieces contained can be played as solo, duets, solo with piano, or duet with piano.M
For the more serious Flute student: Trevor Wye's famous practice books for the flute are invaluable to players of every grade, and have received world wide acclaim. This omnibus edition contains practice books 1-5, which includes Tone; Technique; Articulation; Intonation and Vibrato; Breathing and Scales. Each book concentrates on individual areas of flute technique in concise detail. Together, the series forms a complete reference to the technical difficulties of the instrument and how to practice.
For the Saxophone student: Every note written on a piece of music corresponds with a fingering on the saxophone. The notes on the staff will tell you which notes to play and consequently which fingers to use. In beginner books, the fingering is often written out for the student each time a new note is introduced. They also often include a fingering chart in the book, normally on the first or last page. Each darkened circle represents a key that is to be pushed down. Sometimes this is done with a finger or your palm. Sometimes both! These charts can also be purchased separately to keep on the stand as a reference.
Flute & Piccolo, Clarinet and Saxophone Lessons
Practice Tip of the Week: March 30, 2020
Practicing at home with your eyes closed allows you to turn off one of your senses, thus, increasing your awareness of touch and sound. This will help with physical memory as well as make you listen more carefully.
Whether you are just starting out for the first time or honing old skills, A Sharp’s woodwind and reed department is patient, professional, fun, friendly and reliable. In a lesson you will learn how to read and write music, or just quickly learn to play your favourite songs.