Week 2: Key of E minor
*Add this to your e-minor week: http://ks.imslp.info/files/imglnks/usimg/d/d2/IMSLP407659-PMLP192003-capricio_2.pdf *
Warmup: Long notes in E minor (melodic up, natural down) 2 octaves, looking for the most resonant and beautiful tone for each note.
Tuning: Major triads along the E minor (natural) scale, with your tuner providing a drone on the tonic of each chord. My favorite all-purpose temperament is currently 1/6 comma meantone. Valotti also work, and equalt temperament if you don't have other options.
Etude: Frederick the Great, 100 Daily Exercises: No. 17, 20. This book is available in many libraries, or you can order from Flute world (search the title) or Amazon, search under "das flötenbuch". Von Huene carries it sometimes too.
Handel E minor sonata, Op 1a, the first one here: http://ks.imslp.info/files/imglnks/usimg/4/4d/IMSLP05632-Handel_19_Sonatas_For_Various_Instruments.pdf
Wagenseil, Sonata in E minor: http://imslp.org/wiki/Special:ImagefromIndex/93471
and, for something French, just for fun:
Hotteterre: Suite no. 4, p. 31 http://conquest.imslp.info/files/imglnks/usimg/a/ae/IMSLP61713-PMLP126071-hotteterre_suites.pdf
Some chamber music, maybe?
Telemann: Paris quartet in E minor http://petrucci.mus.auth.gr/imglnks/usimg/5/58/IMSLP305834-PMLP376689-PMLP376689-telemann_paris2_1738no6_all-parts.pdf