Get Fluent

In February 2018, while playing with the Malaysian Philharmonic in Kuala Lumpur, I decided to turn one of my favorite musical moments from Mahler’s 7th Symphony into a fundamentals exercise by transposing the music into all 12 keys. VOILA…#GetFluent Sequences was born.

I have made over 45 sequences to date. Click the link below to find them all, sorted by composer.

–> Sequence Index <–

I will be sharing ONE sequence per week in 2019!

GetFluent Sequences are for musicians who believe that music practice can be fun. They are for musicians who want to sound great in ALL KEYS and ALL REGISTERS and want to be exposed to a new piece of music each week. If you play my sequences, you will learn to transcend the technical limitations of your instrument and become a more complete musician. I guarantee it. 

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20/52 – Tchaikovsky Symphony 5 – Sequence 1

19/52 – Saint-Saens – Samson and Delilah Sequence

18/52 – Saint-Saens – Symphony 3 Sequence 1

17/52 – Wagner – Lohengrin Bridal Chorus Sequence

16/52 – Alexander Zemlinsky – The Mermaid Sequence

15/52 – Earth Wind and Fire Sequence 1 (Got To Get You Into My Life)

14/52 – John Williams – Harry Potter Sequence 1

13/52 – Take Me Out to the Ball Game Sequence

12/52 – Rimsky-Korsakov – Scheherazade Sequence 1

11/52 – Dropkick Murphys – I’m Shipping Up to Boston Sequence

10/52 – Purcell – Rondo in D Min Sequence

9/52 – Shostakovich – Festive Overture Sequence

8/52 – Mendelssohn – Lobgesang Sequence

7/52 – JS Bach – Little Fugue Sequence

6/52 – Verdi – Rigoletto Sequence 1

5/52 – Vulfpeck – Dean Town Sequence 1

4/52 – Berlioz – Symphony Fantastique Sequence 1

3/52 – Strauss – Don Juan Sequence 1

2/52 – Mussorgsky – Pictures at an Exhibition Promenade Sequence

1/52 – Auld Lang Syne Sequence