Complete Curriculum of Robert Cavally for Flute

The Melodious and Progressive Studies books by world-renowned flutist and educator Robert Cavally have been staples of advanced flute study for decades.  Now thanks to Robert Cavally Editions, Hal Leonard Publications, and the scholarship and compilation efforts of his student and protégé, Bootsie K. Mayfield, the complete structure of his curriculum and teaching are being made available for the first time with the Melodious and Developmental Studies series!

Written in progressive order at four levels (Primer – Book 3), Mr. Cavally’s method of study is ideal for advancing high school through undergraduate performance students.  His comprehensive approach includes 5 components at each level: 1) Tone Studies, 2) Scale Studies, 3) Velocity Studies, 4) Method book (the original Melodious and Progressive Studies books), and 5) Repertoire of the teacher’s choice.

Stanton’s Sheet Music is excited to offer the Primer Level and Book 1 editions of this fantastic new series:

Melodious and Developmental Studies

Tone Studies Primer Level         $12.99
Scale Studies Primer Level         $13.99
Velocity Studies Primer Level    $12.99
*Use with Let’s Play the Flute: Melodious and Progressive Studies for the Beginning Flutist

Tone Studies Book 1                  $12.99
Scale Studies Book 1                  $17.99
Velocity Studies Book 1             $13.99
*Use with Melodious and Progressive Studies, Book 1

COMING IN 2014:  Melodious and Developmental Studies, Books 2 & 3!


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