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A Level Music: Achieving Your Potential

Most A Level courses involve combinations of the following: history/analysis; aural/ listening;...
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How to choose the best piano teacher?

Finding a good piano teacher is always a challenge. Particularly when we are beginners and we...
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Please see my trumpet teaching article.

I am now focused on teaching trumpet and other brass instruments only. Please see my article for...
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Haydn Sonata XVI:4 - Moderato

Haydn Sonata XVI:4 - Moderato 1st movement Summary This is an early work which already depicts...

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  • Helen Littlewood Broadstairs, CT10 Gold Member

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    Music is a gift: it is personal, a chance to communicate with others through song. My main instrument is voice but I also teach piano/keyboard/theory/composition, and I tailor my lessons to suit you.
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    I'm a friendly and experienced professional singer, singing with a variety of opera companies and professional choirs. I believe that no matter the style of singing, strong vocal technique is essential for success.
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    Hi! My name is Helena Jacklin and I'm a french horn player!
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    Over 20 years of musical experience - from drumkit to taiko drum!
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    I am a passionate teacher and an active professional singer. As well as private students I am a member of the RCM Teaching Service, on staff at the London Oratory School and Chelsea Academy, and an expert contributor to the website Videojug.com.
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    I am in my 6th year studying Medicine at St Hugh's College, Oxford. Throughout my postgraduate years I have mentored prospective medicine students, and thus have a great deal of experience in the preparation required for medical school applications.
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  • Please see my trumpet teaching article.

    Sounds Musical A-level Music Tutor (Twickenham) Picture I am now focused on teaching trumpet and other brass instruments only. Please see my article for trumpet teaching 
  • How to choose the best piano teacher?

    Juan Rezzuto A-level Music Tutor (West London) Picture Finding a good piano teacher is always a challenge. Particularly when we are beginners and we don’t know what to look for. Should we ask for a CV? Should we ask for references? Should we ask our friends?.... After years of trying to find out the best way to go about it I finally came up...
  • Haydn Sonata XVI:4 - Moderato

    Juan Rezzuto A-level Music Tutor (West London) Picture Haydn Sonata XVI:4 - Moderato 1st movement Summary This is an early work which already depicts the traditional sonata form. With irregularly sized phrases and a long episode separating them in the exposition, it succeeds to exhibit an appropriate but particular presentation shape....

 

  • Piano lessons London at WKMT - Memorization Proce

    Juan Rezzuto A-level Music Tutor (West London) Picture Piano lessons London at WKMT 31.08.2016 - These steps summarize the entire memorization process as explained by Sebastian Colombo many years ago. He learnt it from Maria Rosa Oubinia de Castro, former student of Maestro Vicente Scaramuzza.   This process is aimed to strengthen all the different...
  • 'Thematic Connection' in Webern's Op. 6 no. 4

    A-level Music Tutor (North London) Picture …[A] thematic connection does not exist, not even within the individual pieces. I consciously avoided such connections, since I was aiming at an always changing mode of expression. The above comment on Webern’s Op. 6 orchestral set comes from a performance note written by the composer in...
  • Confidence with the listening paper! Editor's Pick

    A-level Music Tutor (Newport) Picture Pupils often find the listening paper the hardest part of the course and, as it is worth 40% of the final mark, doing well on it is important. No one knows about every style and genre so there will be some areas which are new and challenging. However, these two ideas will help: 1. Listen to the...