FATB Online - Play-Along: Loeillet Sonate op. 1 no. 1 in A minor
This page contains all you need to know to help you prepare for the above Play-Along Class with FATB Online - I look forward to duetting with you!
Upon booking your place, you will have received an email confirming your participation in the workshop, and with all the instructions you need for getting online. Below, are links to the music required for this workshop, as well as some tips to help you prepare ahead of the day.
I look forward to duetting with you soon - enjoy your practising!
Zoë Booth, FATB Tutor
During the workshop we'll positively rehearse the two above movements before a run-through to conclude. It will sound and feel like you and I are duetting live!
Click here to download the first movement, Adagio, from Sonata op. 1 no. 1 in A minor by Loeillet de Gant
1. Please play flute 1 in the first movement, Adagio, and flute 2 in the second movement, Allegro.
2. You will be asked to mute your microphone whenever you play; this means that you won't be able to hear other class members (nor they you), however you will be able to hear and see me, allowing us to play in a live duet!
3. You are welcome to use your own copy of this music, if it matches exactly; if so, make sure you have bar numbers in place for each movement, for ease of rehearsal. Where scores are available as separate parts, it is highly recommended to use the full score, for extra cues from the other part.
4. The music is in the public domain, although editions are subject to copyright, which is why I've sent you copyright-free editions of each movement from www.flutetunes.com
5. No repeats are to be played.
6. Leads will be explained during the class. For this reason, and to maximise enjoyment, it is really helpful if you can clearly see and hear the class as you play: external speakers or headphones are recommended, or familiarise yourself with the volume controls on your device's own speakers; if you can place your screen where you can see it from your music stand (like setting up towards the conductor) that is useful too.
7. In the first movement, Adagio, a metronome speed of 60 per crotchet is a good guide; 80-88 per crotchet is a good aim for the second movement, Allegro. We're not here to break speed records, we're here to have a fun, satisfying and musical live ensemble session!