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Playing a flute is a hobby for many people while it is profession for many others. Most people enroll for flute lessons to develop the proper technique in playing a flute. While playing a flute, you should have some idea about reading a flute sheet music. Learning to read sheet music can improve your grasp of music theory and enable you to play music like you have never done before. A flute sheet music contains the written patterns of sounds contained in the music. Every symbol on the page represents either how the sound should be played or for how long it should be played.

Learning to read a flute music sheet can take a while to master, but with the help of beginner’s tone books, scale books and tutorials, you can learn easily enough. Because flutes are a high-pitched instrument, their sheet music consists of only a single treble staff.

You could also go online and find free sheet music that matches the level you are playing. Online sites like Fluteinfo.com, flutetunes.com, etc. have free sheet music that you can download. You can select from a large range of classical to modern music.

Improving your sheet music reading

If you do not know how to read sheet music, buy yourselves books that teach the basics of music theory. Most of them also have finger charts that will show you how to play each note. Take lessons for reading sheet music that is at your level. Too advanced levels will make you end up being frustrated.

‘Practice makes perfect’ – reading sheet music takes a lot of practice. The more you practice, the more you can improve your technique. Setting aside at least fifteen minutes to an hour every day will considerably improve your ability to read sheet music. Work on the patterns that occur often, such as scales and chords.

Take a look at the music before you actually play to determine the rhythm, tempo and key signature. Mark the areas where you must pay special attention while playing. Do not use an ink pen to mark up sheet music, as you might have to revise markings during practice and rehearsals.
Try not to go without reading music for a long duration as you might end up losing the skill completely. It will invariably end in starting to learn it all over again.

Try to be familiar with the piece you are going to play. Listen to a recording of the flute music that you will be playing and try to read the sheet music as the flute is playing. A combination of being familiar with the piece and with being able to sight-read sheet music is what makes great musicians play very complex music without a fault.

Before playing, identify the difficult parts and concentrate on them. Note the key and time signatures and dynamics, the crescendos and decrescendos and their beginnings and ends. Also go through the music and note the places where you can breathe in. Use a pencil so you can erase and move breath marks if you locate more natural breath points after you have played through the piece.

When practicing, play slowly, at the speed that is easy enough for you. Keep increasing the speed as soon as you start feeling comfortable playing the piece. When you perfect one line, go onto the next and then on.

With some effort, you would have mastered to read flute sheet music without missing a beat.

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