Searching for a perfect gift for a flute/piccolo player in your life? We’ve identified 15 gifts that will be sure to tickle his or her fancy:
Framed Flute Patent
This tastefully framed flute patent from 1906 makes a great accent to any room. Printed on high quality paper made to last for years.
Have a great picture of your musician to showcase? This is the perfect frame to display a concert photo or other special occasion.
This Yale Musical Instrument Series book details the history of the flute from the twelfth century to modern times. Readers praise its expertly researched narrative that also includes various visual charts. A reader notes that the text includes some information on historic female flute players. A great gift for high school players and beyond.
Hang it on the tree during the holidays, then use as decoration year round. This detailed miniature reproduction is a cute keepsake that will be treasured for many years. Made from metal, the fine craftsmanship is a great value for the price.
Does your flute player love cats? Look no further. An adorable, unique idea, this stretched canvas artwork has the appearances of a premium quality print at a great value. Adds a touch of personality and charm to any room.
Playing the flute can be difficult, but it should also be fun. What can be more exciting than playing The Little Mermaid or Aladdin? Selections from this and dozens of other classic Disney tunes are printed here for a flute player’s enjoyment.
Johann Joachim Quantz (1697-1773) grew up the son of a blacksmith but turned his attention to music, becoming accomplished across a variety of instruments – especially flute. If you’re interested in what it was like playing in the time of Mozart and Haydn, want to understand musical interpretation of the day, and want tips on breathing and performing from one of the original flute masters, this is for you.
This understated necklace goes great with concert attire or an everyday outfit. Your flute player will adore it!
One of the greatest flute players of our time, James Galway
shows off his incredible energy and artistry on this CD – but what we like most are the unique song choices that aren’t often found on standard flute CDs. Introduce a flute player to something he or she hasn’t heard already.
Don’t be boring with the typical black flute case. Have some fun with this blue polka dot theme. You might start a trend and find fellow band mates jumping on the cool case wagon. Except perhaps the oboe player
For anyone who loves cute penguins this shirt is a must. But add a flute? Your flute player will be wearing this all around town. It comes in 16 colors.
Your flute player will be delighted by these yummy chocolate “flutes,” but don’t ask him or her to try and play one. It will be gobbled up too quickly.
Put it on the back of the car, on a laptop or on the flute case. You’ll never forget about the flute.
Don’t let a flute fall apart. Make sure your flute player has the goods she needs to keep the instrument in tip top shape. We recommend a kit from Herco that includes tone hole cleaner, polishing gauze, pad papers and polish cloth — and importantly a how to guide for newbies.
Playing flute live is fun, but recording can bring a whole new dimension to playing. Help your flute player get into the recording game with a microphone that clips easily on to the instrument. This can also be helpful for creating audition tapes.
Have an unusually large budget for this flute player? For $15k, you can treat a flute player to this rare contrabass flute
instrument that may also double as a museum piece. She’ll never forget you with this one-of-a-kind gift.
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