Resources

To help you get started with your piccolo journey (or continue it), I want to share some of my favorite piccolo resources.

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Instruments

The right piccolo can do wonders for your playing. If you’re struggling to play in tune or get a good sound, the problem may have nothing to do with you.

Here are some of the best piccolos you should look into. While you still have to practice, a good model can take away a lot of the stress of your playing.

Here are some of the best piccolos you can find.

Accessories

Even with a good piccolo, it helps to have some gear to use with your instrument. If you just pick up your piccolo and play, you’ll do fine.

However, some accessories can make playing or storing your piccolo easier and less stressful. After shipping around, here are some of the best accessories I’ve found for beginners through professionals.

Piccolo Books

Without the right books and materials, you will have a tough time learning the piccolo efficiently. And if that happens, you may start to resent the instrument and never want to play it.

Fortunately, there are plenty of great materials out there just for piccolo players.

Sheet Music

Aside from method books and etudes, you may want to start learning some sheet music. You can find some music on IMSLP, but a lot of piccolo solos are still under copyright.

That means it’s best to purchase music so that you can support composers. Then, we may get even more fantastic piccolo music in the future!

Courses and Teachers

Sometimes, the best way to learn is to take a course or find a piccolo teacher. Here are some excellent options for students who want a bit more direction when learning the piccolo.

Blog Posts

While this blog includes tons of fantastic posts, here are some to help get you started when learning how to play the piccolo.