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Flute exam preparation

Posted by Emily on October 9, 2012

When you’re doing a flute exam most of it like the scales, arpeggios, broken chords, chromatics, commencing in thirds, sustained scales and notes and List A songs you play by yourself, but the four List B and List C songs you have to have a piano accompanist to play with you. So you know your timing you need to practice with them and make sure it’s all perfect. The lady who accompanies me is very good at making sure that I’m keeping in time with her and fixing my mistakes. We had our first practice for my 4th grade exam today. We record it so I can hear what bits I need to work on most. This is us playing Cradle song by Jordan Jacob together for the first time.

2 Responses to “Flute exam preparation”

  1.   Mr Squires Says:

    Good luck for your exam, Emily. If you want an extra rehearsal I’m sure 5S would love a live performance :-)

  2.   Emily Says:

    Thanks Mr Squires.

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