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How to practice

How to practiceWhether you are starting to learn an instrument for the first time or have been...

Organists: what shoes should you wear?

The importance of correct footwear for playing the organ cannot be underestimated. Poorly...

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Switching from Piano to Organ

Most pianists, if asked about the organ, usually respond "Oh, but I couldn't possibly play the...

Learning Music at the Organ

Learning music is one of the most daunting aspects of instrumental practice at any level and for...

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  • Timothy Kwan Seven Sisters, N15 Gold Member

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    Hello, I'm a friendly, experienced piano and theory teacher that will guide all ages to reach their musical ambitions, from beginner to professional. I can take students through all levels of classical study.
  • Hannah Parry Ealing Common, W3

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    I am an enthusiastic teacher committed to getting the most out of a student, whatever their aims or abilities. I have a wide range of experience of education as a one-to-one teacher as well as classroom and workshop teaching.
  • Sue Brodie Truro, TR1 Gold Member

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    I am a qualified and intuitive piano, organ and theory teacher with 20+ years experience who offers fun and productive lessons both to those seeking advancement through music examinations and those learning for pleasure and relaxation.
  • Derek Dobbins Welling, DA15 Gold Member

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    My name is Derek Dobbins and I have over 30 years experience within the music industry. Music has been a passion of mine all my all life and find it very rewarding working my students to reach their full potential.
  • Stephen Perrins Knowle, B93

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    I am a caring, dedicated, enthusiastic and professional teacher who seeks to bring out the best in students enabling them to achieve their full potential. I have a good sense of humour and get on well with people from all walks of life.
  • Benjamin Chewter Elephant and Castle, SE17 Silver Member

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    Hello and welcome to my page! I am a freelance musician based in London from April 2016, having formerly held the post of Assistant Director of Music at Chester Cathedral.
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Organ Articles

  • Organists: what shoes should you wear?

    Phillip Sangwine Organ Teacher (York) Picture The importance of correct footwear for playing the organ cannot be underestimated. Poorly fitting shoes or trying to play with bare feet will result in the player having difficulty in concentrating on good playing and phrasing. Instead the player will be spending just be trying to find the...
  • My Favourite Organ Composers

    Organ Teacher (Gloucester) Picture My favourite composers for the organ have got to be Messiaen and Eben. Of course there is also Bach and Sweelink.
  • The Organ: Not Only A Liturgical Instrument

    Organ Teacher (North London) Picture When people think about the organ, generally the mind goes to the Mass, the hymns, and the accompaniment of the choir. I believe that organ music is much more complex and satisfying than this.


  • Bach's 18 Chorales

    Organ Teacher (Harrogate) Picture When I studied at the Paris Conservatoire, my love for Bach's work could really be explored. My favourite works have to be the 18 Chorale Preludes from Leipzig and the Orgel Buchlein. I think these works offer great depth of musicianship, emotion and perfection in the compositions. I also enjoy...
  • Switching from Piano to Organ Editor's Pick

    Organ Teacher (Birmingham) Picture Most pianists, if asked about the organ, usually respond "Oh, but I couldn't possibly play the organ!". To non-organists, it can seem a rather mystifying instrument, requiring two hands and two feet to be coordinated and offering an array of complications such as different keyboards (manuals)...
  • The Cinema Organ - the first 'virtual orchestra'

    Organ Teacher (Ipswich) Picture These mighty theatre pipe organs once were part of the cinema experience. Famous names such as Wurlitzer and Compton built amazing pipe organs, which thrilled thousands of movie theatregoers. These pipe organs were 'voiced' to imitate the symphony orchestra and were designed to accompany silent...