Guest Spot: 17 Classic Hits Playalong for Flute Platinum Edition

Books and CDs | Flute

Publisher: Wise Publications
Series: Guest Spot
Format: Sheet Music | Instrumental Album
A double-CD bumper compilation of chart hits, ballads and film themes for Flute in melody line arrangements with specially recorded backing tracks. Hear full performance versions of the songs on Disc 1, Tracks 1-17. The flute part is then omitted from tracks 1-17 of disc 2 to enable you to play along with the recorded accompaniment as the solo. The Guest Spot series provides excellent teaching material in conjunction with examination work, and as concert or performance works.
ISBN: 9780711978423
Skill Level: Intermediate Explain this
Published on: 01 March 2000
No of pages: 60
Language: English
Catalogue No: AM960740

              Musicroom Reviews

              My son is enjoying his book very much and does encourage him to play his flute. As always excellent delivery.
              Anonymous - (Sudbury, United Kingdom)
              I bought this book for my daughter who has just passed Grade 5 flute. She finds it perfect for her level, with some of the pieces being easy enough to sight read and others being a little more challenging in places. She loves playing along to the cd's and we love listening to her. This book has a nice collection of pieces, all well known and easy to listen to. It arrived just in time for her birthday - within the time specified - would highly recommend buying this book.
              Anonymous - (Dorset, United Kingdom)
              This has taken me out of the comfort zone of favourite traditional classical music. I don't listen to pop music but am finding this selection pleasing though with its own challenges. Page turning can sometimes be impossible for me - apart from this arrangements written in good keys for the flute. I feel working now with this 'intermediate' label is providing a useful stepping stone. The pack is very good value with CDs of excellent quality - good to listen to on their own.
              Anonymous - (Darlington, United Kingdom)