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Toru Takemitsu's Rain Spell

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Problems and solutions in learning music

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Film Composers: Compromise or Adapt?

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    Postgraduate baritone residing in Birmingham. Experienced in all forms of classical singing; opera, oratorio, art song, and choral music. Focuses on technique, freeness, ensuring singing is both effective and healthy.
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    I am a classical musician with wide experience of teaching music to people at all levels, who aims to inspire students to explore music for themselves.
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    Hello. I have a passion for music, love of teaching and a desire to help anyone of any age with anything music related.
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    I am a friendly and experienced teacher. Whether you are looking to take up an instrument as a hobby, you wish to progress through the grade systems or are looking to learn an instrument later on in life I'd be delighted to help!
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    My teaching experience at the music department of the University of Bristol guarantees your best possible progress.
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    I am a violin, viola and composition tutor. I teach by the Colour String method for violin and viola. Composition method - exploring music from all areas of time and space.
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  • Music Is for Everyone

    Leon Haxby Classical Theory/ Composition Teacher (Stevenage) Picture It has been known for a long time that music has been present almost since the beginning of human evolution. Remains of bone flutes and animal-skin drums are found regularly on ancient archaeological sites. The connection between music and language is an easy one to draw, and it is generally...
  • Analysis: La Gazza Ladra by Rossini

    Eren Önsoy Classical Theory/ Composition Teacher (South West London) Picture Analysis: La Gazza Ladra by Rossini Gioacchino Rossini”s Overture to The Thieving Magpie (La Gazza Ladra) is used in two different scenes in “A Clockwork Orange”. The first time we hear the piece is when Alex and his gang is confronted by another gang, which leads to a big fight. The...
  • “A Clockwork Orange”

    Eren Önsoy Classical Theory/ Composition Teacher (South West London) Picture “A Clockwork Orange” “A Clockwork Orange” is unarguably the film that music has the most dominant role among all Kubrick Films. This is due to the fact that, music is an important element in the plot of Anthony Burgess’ novel, “A Clockwork Orange” from which Kubrick made the...

 

  • Analysis: “2001: A Space Odyssey”

    Eren Önsoy Classical Theory/ Composition Teacher (South West London) Picture Analysis: “2001: A Space Odyssey” Opening Scene This scene has been considered one of the most famous scenes in the film music history. As I mentioned before, the strength of this scene comes mainly from the combination of images and the Richard Strauss’ Also Sprach Zarathustra. In my...
  • Kubrick on Preexistent Music

    Eren Önsoy Classical Theory/ Composition Teacher (South West London) Picture Kubrick on Preexistent Music Stanley Kubrick has been famous for using existing classical and modern music in his later films. This specific method seemed to be breaking the tradition of the common practice of having a film composer scoring an original score for the films in the 60s. However,...
  • Performing on a Brass Instrument

    Ryan Hume Classical Theory/ Composition Teacher (South East London) Picture Deciding to learn a musical instrument can often seem like a daunting task, especially a brass instrument which can be extremely difficult at first. However, after learning the basic instrumental technique and how to read music, playing a brass instrument can be very enjoyable and satisfying,...