Welcome To Flute Journal
October 27, 2014 (No Comments) by

* Flute Journal is an international publication for the worldwide flute community, launched September 2016. Since then, the site has been viewed close to 200,000 times. It is becoming known as a publication of the highest quality, bringing together flute enthusiasts throughout the world, to learn, to teach, to explore all that the flute and its music has to offer.
* Flute Journal online is attracting contributions from artists and scholars in Europe, North and South America, India, Japan, Australia and New Zealand.
* The articles and reviews cover all genres and topics: European art music (including early, baroque, and contemporary forms) jazz, traditional and contemporary genres from India, S.E. Asia, South America and the Caribbean, and folk music of every kind, for flutes of every shape and size, transverse and end- blown.                           * Topics include: flute performance and performers, flute construction, flute music, flute history… More and more material is arriving. We will post it to the site as soon as we can.
* Current technology allows for both targeted and generalized content on the website, while the forthcoming offline version of the journal is to be distributed from both Europe and the USA, both in print and electronic versions.
* Our editorial board provides expertise in all these genres, with performers, professors, historians, ethnomusicologists and librarians from the USA, UK, India, Brazil, Cuba, Venezuela, Canada and Australia.
* A video instruction archive is in production to form an educational subscription service, while Google Hangout technology will allow multiple workshops to take place, first in real time, then as part of the archive.
* E-commerce, music publishing and live performance projects are in development, as well as a portal to flute related websites worldwide.
Advertisers will be able to reach all sectors of the flute community through all these media

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Editor in Chief

Peter Westbrook