Flute Scales


After your warm up exercises, I suggest practicing your scales. Scales exercises can be as simple as playing scales found in a beginner’s band book. However, there are more advanced music books available that offer more in-depth scales exercises involving scales, modes, arpeggios, thirds, fourths, fifths etc. A serious flute student should make efforts to progress to practicing with more advanced scales exercise books like the ones I’ve listed on the Intermediate & Advanced page. The following are a list of books I recommend for beginners to practice their scales exercises:

Essential Technique 2000 Flute. Essential Elements Band Method. Book & CD Package. Size 9×12 inches. 48 pages. Published by Hal Leonard Corporation. (862617)
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Indispensable Scales, Exercises & Etudes for the Developing Flutist Compiled, arranged & edited by Dona Gilliam, Mizzy Mccaskill. For flute. Format: instructional book. With standard notation. Scales and Etudes. 80 pages. 8.75×11.75 inches. Published by Mel Bay Publications, Inc. (MB.95163)
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