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The Talent Code by Danny Coyle

Here's my book recommendation: The Talent Code by Danny Coyle I advise all students, teachers,...
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Saxophone - equipment guide for beginners

Saxophonists love talking about gear. Mouthpieces, reeds, instruments and all their various...
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Hot Tips for Playing Single Reed Instruments

Greetings to all woodwind players! I'd like to share with you a little known fact about single...
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A Jazz Life

Dear All, As we are all aspiring to be the best teachers, students, people we can be I would...

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  • Dan Bottomley Wandsworth Town, SW18 Silver Member

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    Hello! I'm a friendly northern actor and musician with a wide skills base so feel free to ask me about any similar services not explicitly listen on this page.
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    Incredibly passionate teacher with over 8 years of experience teaching children and adults. My music school runs on a Saturday from my home in Leyton. Do get in touch if you have any questions!
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    I have been playing Saxophone, Clarinet and Flute professionally in London for four years whilst studying at the Royal College of Music. I endeavour to give my students the best tuition possible and aim to help them improve exponentially.
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    Professional, flexible and friendly 1 to 1 music tuition at Penny Lane Music School in Aigburth, Liverpool, or in your own home. All ages welcome.
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  • Music: Hidden Benefits Above and Beyond the Sound Editor's Pick

    Theo Travis Saxophone Teacher (North London) Picture Most people love some music whether listening or playing and whether classical, pop, jazz, rock or religious music. There is something for just about everyone. But there are tangible benefits to singing and playing musical instruments above and beyond the pleasure in hearing it – and...
  • Advise For Beginners - Choosing The Right Setup!

    Alex Western-King Saxophone Teacher (South East London) Picture When purchasing an instrument, it is important not to be sucked in by a store salesman who is more interested in his commission than the welfare of the student! Picking the wrong instrument can lead to slower learning, more financial expense, and in some cases injury. You should always ask your...
  • Saxophone - equipment guide for beginners Editor's Pick

    Guy Passey Saxophone Teacher (Kingston upon Thames) Picture Saxophonists love talking about gear. Mouthpieces, reeds, instruments and all their various intricacies are endlessly fascinating to us - if you don't believe me, type 'mouthpiece' into an online forum for saxophonists and watch as an unending stream of jargon unspools itself in front of you....

 

  • The Approach to Music and the Learning Process

    Marco Marotta Saxophone Teacher (South West London) Picture Since I started teaching privately, I recognized the importance of being flexible and aware of what the pupils really need in their pathaway as students. Even if there are some basic aspects that everyone should develop in order to improve his own skills, I firmly believe that the approach to...
  • Good Practice

    Tom Niblock Saxophone Teacher (Birmingham) Picture The basic rule that 10,000 hours of practice are needed to become a master at anything can sound very daunting to a beginner. But is it really true? Obviously to become world-class at anything is going to take time but what I think is more important is the quality of any practice time. With just...
  • Five Areas of Music

    Steve Mathers Saxophone Teacher (Bath) Picture I believe music can be separated into 5 sections: Theory - the fundamentals of pitch, rhythm and harmony Dynamics - the relative loudness or softness of a note Articulation - performance techniques that affect the way a particular note or series of notes sound Sound - which includes the...