Motivating teachers and students in the world of music

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Flute Musical Instrument Posters

Flute Music Instrument Posters

It can be difficult to find cool music posters for your classroom or band room. But no longer! 

Flute Music instrument poster

We have added additional flute instrumental music posters to our collection that feature and highlight the musical magical flute.

These cool musical posters will make any flutist smile and brighten your music room at the same time.

If you like musical thrills, the flute will give you chills. 

Order Flute Music Poster Prints

These music instrument posters can be ordered from JW Pepper, a leading distributor of sheet music and supplies. They are available in three sizes for every space and budget, including school budgets.

Have Fun with Your Flute: Musically inspired posters for music teachersHave Fun with Your Flute: Musically inspired posters for music teachersValue of Arts in Schools: Art like music awakens creativityValue of Arts in Schools: Art like music awakens creativity


Beginning flute students are often frustrated. Music teachers do a wonderful job encouraging their students, however during flute practice at home they are alone.

Hang a flute wall art poster in the area where students practice. You know their eyes and mind wanders during long practice sessions.

Encourage Music Students to Have Fun

Like musical thrills, the flute will give you chills. Any musical instrument, when played with confidence and precision will leave you with a chill and a new appreciation for music.

Musical Flute Poster: perfect for the Flutist, Music Teachers and MusiciansMusical Flute Poster: perfect for the Flutist, Music Teachers and Musicians


The Flute Instrument Can Awaken Creativity

Art and music can awaken creativity and inspire students to achieve more during their daily life. This is one of the reasons the arts are important in our schools. Math, reading, and science is essential but can also drain the brain and dull the senses.

If you know flute instrument stores who would like to carry these posters please share this page. Posters are economically priced for resale and band fundraisers. Ask about quantity discounts and fundraising opportunities.

Flute Accessories and Supplies

JW Pepper also sells instrument accessories and supplies. But if you can’t find what you need there you might check  Amazon for the hard to find items such as condenser flute mics.

Yamaha Flute Maintenance KitYamaha Flute Maintenance KitAudix ADX10-FLP Miniaturized condenser flute micAudix ADX10-FLP Miniaturized condenser flute micDEG Flutist Friend Marching LyreDEG Flutist Friend Marching LyreYamaha Advantage Student FluteYamaha Advantage Student Flute



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Musical Focus is No Hocus-Pocus

One skill musicians need to learn is how to focus. In every facet of life learning to focus on one task, or prioritizing high payoff activities is a challenge, especially in the social media world in which we live.  Our lives are surrounded by technology, cell phones, instant Facebook notifications, tweets, beeps, and this overload of stimulation makes it a  challenge to stay focused.

Research done by Scientific Reports has proven that listening to music you like actually improves focus. It is ironic that the same trait which make musicians creative individuals also work against us in our struggle to FOCUS. Yes, I said it, musicians and artists have a higher incidence of ADD (attention deficit disorder), but does that really surprise you?

Musical Focus is no Hocus Pocus, Inspiring and motivating posters for music teachers and educators from JW PepperMusical Focus is No Hocus Pocus

Importance of Musical Focus

Musicians tend to fall into one of the following two categories:

  1. Those that maintain their musical focus.
  2. Those that lose their musical focus.

Musicians that possess a bona fide ability to maintain their focus when performing are inclined to play accurately and maintain a high level of musical excellence. These musicians remain poised, relaxed and confident throughout their execution of the music, because they rely upon their training, preparation, composure and ability to remain focused as they navigate comfortably throughout the entirety of the composition.

Alternatively, musicians who for one reason or another have not developed the ability to remain focused during a performance, tend to play inaccurately and are prone to losing their place within the music.

Moreover, when they perform, they are very susceptible to the infamous “crash-and-burn syndrome,” which can totally derail their performance with catastrophic results–something to be avoided at all costs!

In some instances, musicians that fall into this latter category can overcome their lack-of-focus, which often results in performance anxiety and other musical insecurities, with proper training from a skilled professional musician.

In addition to developing more consistent musical focus with the input from an esteemed professional in their field, they need lots of experience performing in front of people in a variety of contexts and venues in order to better solidify this technique.