Saturday, December 15, 2012

Back in town and ready to flute!

Dear Flutists,

I'm finally back in town.
More posts to follow on all kinds of topics.
Music and book orders are open for sending.
Thanks to all who sent me messages of good cheer.
Happy seasonal fluting.
Best, Jen
Comments (7)
Blogger Jules said...

I would love to order your Christmas arrangements. How soon would I receive them? I am hoping to play Coventry Carol in a trio this coming Sunday. We are trying to use an arrangement for SSA, but it is proving cumbersome and was hoping yours would work much better.

Monday, December 17, 2012 2:18:00 PM

Blogger jen said...

Hi Jules,

Paypal sends me a receipt when the payment is made. Then, I send out the pdfs of sheetmusic immediately when I receive the receipts. I check the computer four times a day.
The Xmas Trios will arrive attached to an email as a pdf.
Thanks for asking.
My Coventry is a bit heavenly, if I do say so myself; it's one of my fave-raves.

Best, Jen

Monday, December 17, 2012 2:28:00 PM

Blogger Jules said...

Awesome! I am heading to Paypal now.

Monday, December 17, 2012 4:39:00 PM

Blogger Unknown said...

I love your little rattie/mousie friend! He is adorable!

Tuesday, December 18, 2012 3:56:00 AM

Blogger jen said...

Thanks Liz; he delights with his flutey hand position, wot? I drew him myself, and with a MOUSE too!
Best, Jen

Tuesday, December 18, 2012 6:02:00 AM

Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hi Jen, Hope that you had a fabulous Christmas.
Would welcome any top tips on using Marcel Moyses' resources. I'm working through the first section of 'De La Sonorite'. I'm wondering how you use it with your students. Considering getting 'Tone Development Through Interpretation'. Should I finish working through DLS first?
Best wishes from rainy Scotland!

Friday, December 28, 2012 4:58:00 AM

Blogger jen said...

HI Calum,
That's a tremendously good question.
I've actually written a free pdf that's on this blog all about how I work with De La Sonorite. It's a 12 page, big print write-out of the exercises in longtones. Do you have that? Easy to write in the margins, and to use in lessons. No cost.

The TDTI I did not use until second year University. It has beautiful melodies, and well chosen ones, but perhaps because I started it so late, I've always thought it only appropriate for very advanced students.
What level of student are you thinking of? And in general, can you send more info?
Love to zero in on your exact ideas. Email to jen(at)jennifercluff(dot) com. Thanks.

It's raining here too (for weeks and weeks). That's why the Scots settled here. Reminded them of home.... ha.
Best, Jen

Friday, December 28, 2012 7:36:00 AM


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