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Welcome to your daily source of free flute sheet music. Our commitments:

  • Every day you will find a new piece of printable flute music to sight-read.
  • No matter if you are a beginner or an expert: the pieces span across all levels of difficulty.
  • If you're a teacher, here you'll find a great deal of free sheet music to use with your students… and to enjoy yourself, too!

But there's more to that:

  • All sheet music is accompanied by an MP3 you can listen to to get a feel of the music.
  • We also post flute duets and pieces with piano accompaniment, and for all these we provide free play-along MIDI and MP3 tracks.
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Wednesday 29 June 2022

Tune of the Day: The Races at Carrick

 Traditional Irish jig

The earliest known appearance of this jig is in Francis O'Neill's celebrated collection Music of Ireland, published in Chicago in 1903. Carrick is a name shared by over 30 townlands all over Ireland, so it seems difficult to establish which one the title might refer to.

Categories: Jigs Traditional/Folk Difficulty: easy
Tuesday 28 June 2022

Tune of the Day: Study in D-flat major by Gariboldi

 from “15 Etudes modernes et progressives”

Today we propose the last piece from 15 Etudes modernes, élégantes et progressives by Italian Romantic flutist Giuseppe Gariboldi. It alternates between fast chromatic runs and double-tongued staccato passages.

Categories: Double tonguing Etudes Romantic Written for Flute Difficulty: advanced
Monday 27 June 2022

Tune of the Day: Duet in D minor by Granom

 from “24 Duets”

This is the sixteenth piece from XXIV Duets for two German Flutes, Adapted to the Capacity of all Degrees of Performers, composed by English flutist Lewis Granom and first published in London in 1747.

In a performance setting, this piece is intended to be played sandwiched between two instances of the preceding Duet No. 15.

Categories: Baroque Written for Flute Difficulty: intermediate
Sunday 26 June 2022

Tune of the Day: Andante by Paul Merkus

 for flute and piano

Today's piece, written in 1985, was kindly contributed to our collection by its composer, Paul Merkus from the Netherlands.

This Andante for flute and piano is one of my earliest pieces (as can be derived from the low opus number), and represents the first step in a discovery journey into the world of composition. It was written in the key of D minor, partly because D is a relatively easy note to play in tune (as a beginner on the flute).

After the exposition of the theme by the flute in the first eight bars, it is repeated by the piano. In the second part of this small piece, a somewhat more moving theme is offered, which is immediately transferred to the left hand of the piano. Finally, the last phrase contains a continuation of the opening theme, concluded with a Picardy cadence.

Categories: Contemporary Written for Flute Difficulty: easy
Saturday 25 June 2022

Tune of the Day: The Flaxdresser

 Traditional Irish jig

The earliest known appearance of this jig is in Francis O'Neill's celebrated collection Music of Ireland, published in Chicago in 1903. O'Neill's source for this tune was Chicago Police Sergeant James O'Neill, a fiddler originally from County Down.

Categories: Jigs Traditional/Folk Difficulty: easy
Friday 24 June 2022

Tune of the Day: Study in C major by Gariboldi

 from “58 First Exercises”

This is the fifth study from 58 Esercizi per flauto (a.k.a. First Exercises for Flute, or Die ersten Übungen für Flöte) by Italian Romantic flutist and composer Giuseppe Gariboldi.

Categories: Etudes Written for Flute Difficulty: easy
Thursday 23 June 2022

Tune of the Day: Martin Martin

 Pipe march by Roddy Campbell

Today's tune was kindly contributed to our collection by its composer, piper Roddy Campbell from the Outer Hebrides, Scotland.

This march is named after Martin Martin, a Gaelic-speaking native of Skye who in the late 17th century toured the Outer Isles (most notably the St Kilda archipelago) and wrote interestingly of his experiences.

Many thanks to Roddy for sharing his music with us! (And Happy 85th Birthday!)

Categories: Celtic Music Contemporary Marches Difficulty: easy