Teaching

Lindsay maintains a private teaching studio in London, UK and also offers Skype lessons.

She has posted a series of videos to her YouTube channel entitled Flute Tip of the Week where she addresses a wide range of topics including breath control, articulation, practice tips and other essential factors that contribute to musicianship and working with your instrument.

Links to educational resources

 

Ear Training

Good Ear – interactive ear training exercises for intervals, chords, scales, cadences etc

Big Ears – online ear trainer

Fingerings

The Virtual Flute  – interactive fingerings for notes as well as alternate, trill, microtonal and multiphonic fingerings

Theory

eMusic Theory – drills for practicing notes, intervals, rhythms, chord and scale recognition etc

Interactive Circle of Fifths   – with variable modes and tonics

Music Theory – music theory basics defined including musical form, notation, clefs, rhythm/meter/tempo, chords/harmony etc

MusicTheory.net – online music theory trainers and tests

MusicTheory.org.uk – interactive pages to help you learn scales, key signatures, musical terms (Italian, French and German), and with downloadable manuscript paper

State of Play: A Musical Playground for Kids – tutorials and interactive exercises on basic notation, rhythm and meter, scales and key signatures, intervals and chords (thanks to Ava for the suggestion!)

Teoria.com – interactive tutorials, exercises and articles on various aspects of music theory

VCU Music Theory – resources for aural and theory skills

Other

Blank Sheet Music  – Printable sheet music templates

Digital Music Games – links to games to learn musical basics (thanks to Ms. Powell and her Girl Scouts)

Free Online Music Tools – ClickittTicket’s top 50 online tools that support creating and working with music (thanks Jason!)

Petrucci Music Library – public domain sheet music

SmartMusic – teaching and learning software; can subscribe for music libraries; free downloadable metronome/tuner