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Flute Fundamentals: A Beginning Method for Flute

af Charles B. Cimijotti

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STATEMENT OF PURPOSE

The following flute book was written with the vision and purpose of
addressing weaknesses that are present in current books, and has also risen out of
several years of teaching, both privately and in the public school setting. Although
this book addresses some of these weaknesses, this is in no wayan attempt to replace
many ofthe good books on the market. I have four specific areas that I am addressing
in this book, (a) note reinforcement, (b) tone development, (c) rhythmic development,
and finally, (d) scale usage.
In the area of note reinforcement, many of the flute methods I have used will
introduce a note, then quickly use it in an exercise without the player feeling
confident and comfortable with the newly introduced note. When I introduce a note,
I attempt to reinforce each idea present so the student will be confident playing each
note. At times there may appear to be more exercises than what is really needed. The
purpose of these extra exercises is to provide solid reinforcement. All students, no
matter the age or level of ability, need continual reinforcement of ideas. This is
particularly true for the younger student.
The development of tone on the flute is extremely important. The question
arises as to how this is best achieved. While there are many schools of thought
concerning tone development, I believe that the use oflong tones, and especially
octave slurs, or harmonics, are the best way to develop tone. I have incorporated
many exercises throughout the book that use slurred octaves to develop tone and lip
flexibility. They are introduced as soon as the student knows enough notes to practice
this skill.
When my book is examined, one will find that I do not introduce the eighth
note until lesson ten. The first nine chapters reinforce the quarter, half, dotted half,
and whole note. I firmly believe in making sure the student has a firm grasp of the
basic rhythms, especially the quarter note rhythm. It may seem like the introduction
of eighth notes is late, but I have had success in working with students with this
rhythmic approach.
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