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RUBANK EDUCATIONAL LIBRARY No. 55

\ RUBANK

FLUTE
or PICCOLO

TO USED WITH OR
BE
TO FOLLOW ANY METHOD
Supplementary Studies
1 for Flute
A/yvU (or Piccolo)

^Ifi^O ^WOi^j R- M. ENDRESEN


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EFACE

Ike SUPPLEMENTARY STUDIES are designed to supplement or to follow any elementary

metiiod. The important features may be summed up as follows:

1. Tney are musical.

^y. 2. They stress not only the technical side of flute performance hut contain many fine

Ty f>\ /tantahile passages for the developement of tone quality and phrasing-.

3. Excellent material for review work, and reading experience for more advanced pupils.

4. Their construction is conducive to accuracy, the rapid passages being interspercedwith

easy passages. Therefore, useful as preliminary to the perpetual motion type of study

so much in evidence, in the advanced flute study repertoire.

5. The length of the studies prohibit boredom, a very important point in teaching young

players.

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B. Mus.
Supplementary Studies
for Flute
To be used with, or to follow any method

1 R.M. ENDRESEN
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Allegro (lively)
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6 S. S.for Flute 24
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12 S.S.ior Piute 24
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25

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Animato

16 S. S. for Flute 24
Allegro
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S.S.for Flutt 24
Andante Espressivo
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No. 30 continued

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22 b.S.for Flute 24
No. 36 continued

37
Andante cantabile

S.b.for Flute *4 23
38
Presto

Moderate*
39

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24 S.S.for Flutfc 24
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