Only trouble is flutes cost a fortune though she can borrow one from school for first academic year to see how she gets on (big relief there then)
Music lessons cost a bomb even through school - £14 for HALF AN HOUR
I am utterly unmusical so I can not even help her with the basics. She however takes after her dad and is fairly musical. He could help but he's always so busy I know he'd start and not carry on as he'd get exasperated if she found it diffiuclt
Is there any way of doing this on a budget. Not on benefits, middle earner but can't see this being anything but expensive.
I've been watching this thread with interest. Dd1 (8) is keen to learn the flute. I am not at all musical, the school service locally tell me that its unlikely they can offer lessons as it isn't a popular instrument and of the 2 musical people I know, one suggested the recorder (dd tried but the teacher kept postponing lessons at last minute etc) and the other couldn't suggest anything.
Can anyone suggest a good place to find a reliable teacher? Bearing in mind I am completely out of my depth with anything musical