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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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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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Music Exam Nerves

It's quite natural to feel some nervousness before an exam or a performance. It proves that...

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Why I Became a Tutor

When I purchased my first saxophone in1982 I was seventeen and had never even held a sax before....

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  • Lizzie Kirwan Clyst Valley, EX2

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    I am a trained multi-instrumentalist who is experienced in a number of different genres. Feel free to contact me.
  • Neil McGovern Elephant and Castle, SE17 Gold Member

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    I am a professional musician based in London.
  • Ian Marcus Muswell Hill, N10

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    I am an experienced (20+ years) saxophone and flute teacher, specialising in jazz and classical music. I aim to bring a lot of fun to the lessons, and try to draw upon a wide variety of musical styles. I teach at all grade levels.
  • Anna Cooper Crouch End, N8 Gold Member

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    I believe everyone is individual, therefore my lessons are tailored to the needs of the student. I feel that lessons should be a relaxed enjoyable process about making music!
  • Harry T Bayswater, W2 Gold Member

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    Welcome to my page and thank you for reading about me. I am an experience teacher of singing and the saxophone. I currently have slots available in my schedule to teach students. I look forward to hearing from you and working with you.
  • Danielle Prosser Central Bath, BA1 Silver Member

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    Hi, my name is Danielle. I have a BMus Hons Degree from Guildhall School of Music and Drama and a Masters Degree in Saxophone at The Royal College of Music. I have a passion for performing and teaching.
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  • 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...


  • Developing a Good Sound Editor's Pick

    Nick Jones Saxophone Teacher (North West London) Picture Having a great sound is one of the most important assets of a good sax player. The best way to start developing one's sound is by practising long notes. When doing this you should be aiming for a clear, consistent tone that doesn’t fluctuate in pitch, wobble or crack and can be played at both...
  • Saxophone in Folk Music.

    Andree Baudet Saxophone Teacher (Hemel Hempstead) Picture I have played in many folk festivals across Australia and more often than not, I'm in a minority as a sax player. I must admit, the saxophone isn't the first instrument that springs to mind when you mention folk music. But as the world gets smaller and different cultures intermingle, music...
  • What makes a great teacher?

    Rafael Saxophone Teacher (Birmingham) Picture In this discussion, I am going to share the issues I experienced as a student during my academic years and now as a teacher. By presenting the issues between teachers and students when dealing with the overall class experience, I hope to demonstrate the ability and strength for any teachers or...