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The Importance Of A Warmup For Brass

No matter what stage of playing you're at and what stage you are on your instrument it is...
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Brass Listening: From Beginner To Pro

One of the most important aspects of being a musician, no matter whether you are a beginner or a...
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A Brief History of the Trombone

The Trombone is an instrument with a long and complex history. It has developed from origins...
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    I graduated from the Royal College of Music in 2006 and have since been pursuing a successful and varied career as a pianist, trombonist & composer/songwriter. As a teacher, I am enthusiastic and truly believe that learning music should be fun!
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    Hi, I am a professional trombone player and teacher based in London. I am an enthusiastic teacher, who believes that learning an instrument should be fun and rewarding throughout all ages but equally productive.
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  • The Importance Of A Warmup For Brass Editor's Pick

    David Pitts Trombone Teacher (South West London) Picture No matter what stage of playing you're at and what stage you are on your instrument it is important to do a warmup before you play. Similar to an athlete warming up for a marathon or a sprint we use our muscles in the same way. There are an infinite number of opinions on the perfect method of...
  • A Brief History of the Trombone Editor's Pick

    John Caddick Trombone Teacher (North London) Picture The Trombone is an instrument with a long and complex history. It has developed from origins mainly of ceremonial and religious purposes into a mainstay of many ensembles and genres whilst also having a thriving solo repertoire. It is widely believed that the origins of the trombone date back...
  • Trombone Chamber Music

    Paul Exton-McGuinness Trombone Teacher (Stockport) Picture The trombone is used in many different ensembles from brass bands, wind bands and orchestras. Often, the music you play in these groups can contain lots and lots of bars rest. For example, Brahms Symphony No.1 the first trombone note is in the fourth movement of the whole piece. In these...

 

  • Choosing a Teacher

    Katherine Hart Trombone Teacher (East London) Picture If you are arranging a lesson for yourself or for a child It's good to talk! Don't be shy in asking any question, after all if you or your child are really going to enjoy these lessons you have to be comfortable with your teacher and have fun whilst learning. don't be afraid to ask any...
  • Being a young freelancer in Manchester

    Daniel Mitchell Trombone Teacher (Manchester) Picture In my final year at RNCM, I was successful in gaining places on the extra lists for both the Halle and BBC Philharmonic Orchestras, and gigging with semi-professional groups on a fairly regular basis. I assumed this would simply continue after graduating, however I soon learned that I would have...
  • Trombone Warmup Ideas

    Gordon MacLachlan Trombone Teacher (Harrow) Picture At the end of the day (but usually earlier in the day) you only need to warm up for as long as it takes for you to get everything in your playing to work. Playing can be broken down into small segments and logically planned out for a warm up as follows; Breathing - Exercises to expand lung...