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Practice Efficiency

One of the challenges facing instrumental students is what and how to practice. Hours of...
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Tips on Reading Music, for Piano Beginners

Unless you are going to learn to play the piano by ear, being able to read music well is an...
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Piano Exams - A Guide to Preparation

The day the piano exam arrives can be a very frightening moment. Whether you are seven or...
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Musical Instrument tuition; a quality investment

The importance of staying relaxed but focused whilst playing an instrument is a really important...

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    I am an experienced, caring and passionate singing teacher, pianist, singer and songwriter based in Surrey and London. My teaching is student-centered, working to tailor lessons in a personal way and supporting individual needs and learning outcomes.
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  • Memorisation in the early stages of learning

    Edyta Lajdorf BMus, MMus, LRSM Classical Piano Teacher (South West London) Picture Memorisation in the early stages of learning piano The question of memorising a piece at the beginning of music education is an issue frequently marginalised. A student is simply expected to learn a set piece by heart, and the way he or she will achieve that remains their mystery. In order to...
  • Haydn Sonata Hob. XVI.4 - Menuet and Trio

    Juan Rezzuto Classical Piano Teacher (West London) Picture Haydn Sonata Hob. XVI.4 - Menuet and TrioNovember 26, 2016|Juan Jose RezzutoSummaryThis is a standard Menuet and Trio. Both of them written in the A-B-A’ form. The variations in A are implied by the return to the tonic.MenuetThe first phrase “A” features the use of the triplet and the...
  • Pros and Cons of Sight-Reading: An Overview

    Jeremy Stanton Classical Piano Teacher (Milton Keynes) Picture Sight-reading is a very useful skill and not as difficult as one may think. The advantage of learning to read music is that you can pick up any music manuscript and learn that piece of music at your own pace, as you have the tools to do so, through reading music notation. It can also be very...

 

  • The New Electric Pianos

    Michael Cochrane Classical Piano Teacher (Edinburgh) Picture The days of the old upright piano in the front room are becoming a thing of the past. However, this is not to say that young people are no longer learning to play. Increasingly, the electric piano/keyboard is becoming the instrument of choice. Whilst the traditional piano teacher may once have...
  • Pedal Power Practice

    Anita MacDonald Classical Piano Teacher (Uxbridge) Picture It took me a long time to work out that music practice was linked to sport. For many years teachers with gravitas used to recite various practice and positioning mantras, such as 'it is like a golf ball floating mid air' or 'balance the eraser on your tongue' or 'try to imagine your tone...
  • Iberia Suite by Albeniz Editor's Pick

    Alexander Boyd Classical Piano Teacher (North London) Picture The twelve impressions of Spain that comprise Iberia earned Albéniz great acclaim; one of the last works completed in his life, it is a masterpiece of grand vision and extraordinary imagination. Representing a dramatic departure from his earlier piano music, Iberia is a fusion of styles and...