Jellynote, your favourite sheet music platform, has curated a list of the top pop song arrangements to play on the flute. Whether you are looking for a love song to impress your crush on the first date, or you want to spice up the party with a rap cover, we have the sheet music! Read on to find a tutorial for every song we picked.
1. Señorita by Camila Cabello and Shawn Mendes
Are you still daydreaming about the summer love and the day a mysterious Shawn Mendes called you Señorita? Play the arrangement of Señorita by Camila Cabello and Shawn Mendes. This arrangement is originally for the trumpet, so make sure to transpose it one key higher. (You can find the transposition button in the play bar.)
2. Sweet But Psycho by Ava Max
Are you more of the Psycho avenger type as Ava Max? Whatever your taste, we have the sheet music for your cheeky romance!
Watch Elia Scattolon, our transcriber, perform his arrangement of Sweet But Psycho by Ava Max. Get Elia’s sheet music for an easy version of Sweet But Psycho and rock the scene!
3. Hello by Adele
It’s okay to cry sometimes. Adele knows what I’m talking about. Play her famous post break-up song Hello and free yourself from the past memories!
4. Wrecking Ball by Miley Cyrus
Watch Elia play his arrangement of Wrecking Ball by Miley Cyrus.
Warning: play the flute first and cry after. Keys might get slippery otherwise.
5. Truth Hurts by Lizzo
Let’s fight the stereotype that flutists only play sluggish innocent songs like Silent Night or Titanic. Although we have the sheet music for the Titanic Theme too.
Flutists can be rebel rappers too!
Click here to see the full arrangement of Lizzo’s Truth Hurts for the flute and watch her performance at BET Awards 2019.
The flute part begins at 2:20.
6. Hotline Bling by Drake
Even if this rendition of Hotline Bling by Drake is more peaceful than Silent Night, the rapper spirit remains.
Find the easy sheet music for Hotline Bling by Drake here.
Let us know below in the comments, which sheet music for flute you chose!
Finally, here is a trick that every flutist at Jellynote should know:
If you can’t find an arrangement of your favourite song tailored to the flute, look for an arrangement for any woodwind instrument. Filter the search by ‘Woodwind’, and type the name of the song you are looking for. Once you have found it, transpose the sheet music into a higher key, to adjust for the flute. A Western concert flute covers most commonly the range of C4 – C7, so make sure your transposed sheet music doesn’t include music notes outside of this range.
Your Jellynote Team